National Rural Water Presents
Small System Risk and Resilience Assessments under AWIA Webinar
June 4, 2020 | 2:30 pm EDT

National Rural Water Association and the Environmental Protection Agency have partnered to create an evaluation tool to simplify compliance with the Risk and Resiliency requirements of the America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018. All public drinking water systems serving 3,300 to 50,000 must complete this assessment by June 30, 2021 and this tool is available for your use. Attend this webinar for detailed training on how to utilize this valuable tool to keep your system in compliance and perform these valuable security checks to help you make sure of your system’s security. This session will also cover some aspects of the Vulnerability Self-Assessment Tool (VSAT). Click here to register.
Critical Infrastructure PPE Needs Survey
(Microsoft Word Document)
Click on the link below to be a volunteer operator through MiWARN

For information about COVID-19 updates follow the link under Resources or click here

The MRWA Staff and Board of Directors are working to keep your health and safety at the forefront.  As water and wastewater professionals we value the impact you have on the health you provide to your communities.  There is a great deal of uncertainty and impacts are changing constantly in regards to COVID-19.  We at rural water are here to assist you with anything you need in dealing with COVID-19 our staff is on the job and able to assist in emergencies.  If you need assistance please reach out to us.  Below are some quick links to information on COVID-19.  We will be monitoring the continued guidance on COVID-19 and also please keep monitoring our website for updated information and also updated information regarding postponement or cancellations of MRWA Training,

Michigan eyes toughest limits for some PFAS in drinking water

Lead and Copper Rule Information, Criteria and Forms,9429,7-135-3313_3675_3691-9677--,00.html

Get to Know Michigan's Lead & Copper Rule

Through a special collaboration between the American Public Works Association Michigan Chapter, the Michigan Municipal League, Michigan Rural Water Association, Michigan Section of the American Water Works Association, the Michigan Township Association and the South East Council of Governments, events highlighting key points in Michigan’s new Lead & Copper Rule have been conducted over the past four months. Questions raised during these events are compiled here in Q&A form to serve as a resource.
Download the pdf below for the results.
(Adobe PDF File)

2019 MRWA Video Contest Winner
Ubly High School
If the link above does not work, search MRWA on youtube to view it.

2020 Annual Conference
July 13-15
Soaring Eagle, Mt. Pleasant

If you have questions, please email Melisa at

Hotel room rebooking code.  Email Melisa for the code.

Please do not fax any of the forms below. Email them to Melisa

2020 EXHIBITOR Info for July
(Adobe PDF File)
MRWA Golf Outing July 16
(Adobe PDF File)