Welcome Group B Water Systems!

Whidbey Island Water System Association (WIWSA) is a non-profit formed in 2004 to provide member water systems on Whidbey Island with information, training and a forum for working with county, state and federal agencies concerned with water supply. WIWSA’s website, monthly newsletter and quarterly member zoom meetings are open to all, with member-only events offered during the year.

Group B Meet-up

Sign up for the Group B Zoom Meet-up on March 14, 2024 (5 pm to 6:30 pm) to learn more about WIWSA and to hear from other Group B members along with county and state representatives. You will receive an introduction to the water association, learn about the roles of the state and county in Group B water systems before we turn to focus on current water system issues within the community.

Group B owners and operators have common concerns particularly with safety, reliability, services and support, and would benefit by sharing their experiences, best practices and resources. Register below for the meeting and you will receive a notice 1-2 weeks before the meeting date with the agenda and Zoom invite.

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WIWSA Membership

Whidbey Island Water Systems Association has 90 members who supply water to around 20% of Whidbey’s population. Our members are Municipal, Group A, and Group B water systems, private well owners, and the operators, engineers, and others who serve those water systems. The association is completely funded through member dues and is managed by a board of directors who meet monthly.

Dues for Group B and private well-owners are $25 per year. As a membership drive special, any Group B water system that joins before March 31st will have their first year dues waived and will not begin paying regular dues until their membership renews in 2025. We invite you to join by submitting a membership application today.

Monthly Newsletter

Each month WIWSA publishes a monthly newsletter with notices of events and meetings, training opportunities, recent releases from state and local government agencies and other water system and ground water topics. All newsletter subscribers will also receive invitations to the quarterly member meetings. You don’t need to be a member to subscribe and can cancel at anytime.