Below are some helpful links. These include other associations and companies.
American Water Works Association
The American Water Works Association (AWWA) is an international nonprofit scientific and educational society dedicated to the improvement of water quality and supply. AWWA is defined by six core competencies, through which we communicate and interact with all of our audiences.
Carmichael Water District
Organized in 1916, the Carmichael Water District is an irrigation district located in the central portion of Sacramento County, northeast of the City of Sacramento and north of the lower American River. The area served by the District encompasses approximately eight square miles and serves a population of approximately 39,000. The District is predominately residential in character, with interspersed commercial areas.
Fair Oaks Water District
The mission of Fair Oaks Water District is to provide our community with an adequate and reliable supply of water, exceeding all drinking water standards, at the lowest practicable cost.
Forsgren Associates is an employee owned company of engineers, scientists, and other professionals building upon a 45 year record of providing sound advice and cost-effective services for municipal, private, and federal government clients. We specialize in conceiving, permitting, designing, and managing construction of vital infrastructure across the western U.S.
Oscar Larson & Associates
Specializing in planning and design of environmentally friendly water, wastewater and storm drainage systems, wetlands restoration and mitigation and environmental studies.
Sacramento Suburban Water District
Sacramento Suburban Water District (SSWD) was created by the consolidation of Arcade and Northridge Water Districts. SSWD is a special District of the State of California, organized February 1, 2002. The former Arcade and Northridge Water Districts were also special districts of the State of California, each formed in the 1950’s for the purpose of operating and improving private water systems that had grown beyond the financial operating capabilities of their developers-owners.