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From California’s wine country to high-tech industry in Silicon Valley and businesses, farms and homes all the way down to San Diego, our member agencies exist to serve California's water needs today while preparing to serve the needs of the future.

Our Association

From California’s wine country to high-tech industry in Silicon Valley and businesses, farms and homes all the way down to San Diego, our member agencies exist to serve California's water needs today while preparing to serve the needs of the future.

The State Water Contractors is an association of 27 public water agencies, working together to provide clean drinking water, reliably manage water supplies that fuel our farms and statewide economy, protect the environment and public health, and promote water conservation and greater efficiency at a time when we need it most.

Sustainably managing limited water supplies while preparing for future uncertainties in a state as economically and geographically diverse as California is a challenging responsibility. United by the complexities of a diverse terrain and a mission to deliver clean, reliable water, our members came together to invest in the State Water Project. 

Once the marvel of its time, the SWP is now aging and in need of an upgrade. The constraints of California's outdated water delivery system prevent us from capturing and storing water when it's avilable, squeezing us even tighter in the midst of the drought. 

Now more than ever, our members' commitment to securing our state's water future requires making needed investments in the SWP so it may continue to serve 26 million SWC customers, helping grow the food we eat as well as sustain the businesses that drive our economy.