September 20, 2018

Watch the recording here.

While water is invaluable and essential, making sure water reaches us safely and is returned to nature responsibly is expensive—particularly considering the pressures water systems face from changing demographics, more extreme weather, and rapidly aging infrastructure. Utilities face competing realities: on the one hand, neither outside funding or water utility rates have kept pace with needs; on the other hand, increasing rates has a real impact on customers.

Join the US Water Alliance for a webinar on Communicating Rates in a Changing Water Landscape. Hear from leading water communications teams about considerations, messaging, and tactics that help the public understand why investment is so critical and get your questions answered.


Scott Berry, Policy Director, US Water Alliance


John Lisle, Chief of Marketing and Communications, DC Water
James MacAdam, Superintendent of Public Information and Conservation, Tucson Water