Registration now open!

Pricing & Information

Registration Price

Attendee Registration and is officially open!
Early Bird Registration ends July 26, 2024.

Member Registration

$575 | Member Price

Add Spouse Registration $80

Add Women in Rural Water Luncheon $35

Add Praline Baking Class $65 (Spouse Only)

– Registration Includes –

Exhibit Hall

Educational Sessions

Entry to Send off Social

Non-Member Registration

$625 | Non-Member Price

Add Spouse Registration $80

Add Women in Rural Water Luncheon $35

Add Praline Baking Class $65 (Spouse Only)

Add NRWA Supporting Membership $49

– Registration Includes –

Exhibit Hall

Educational Sessions

Entry to Send off Social

Other Registration Options

Paper Registration Form

Single Day Registration

Single Day Registration is offered On-Site only for $225 per person.

Additional Events

*New* Friends of Rural Water Gala

Tuesday, September 10 | Evening

Join us for a fun filled evening with the Friends of Rural Water! This is the perfect opportunity to not only enjoy an evening with friends, but also to support the great work that Rural Water does each year.

WaterPro Conference Tour – Cooking Class

Monday, September 9 | 9:45 am – 4:00 pm

Cost: $65.00 per person. This cost is non-refundable and non-transferable.

How to register: Register with your conference registration as an add on!

Women in Rural Water Luncheon

Tuesday, September 10 | 12:00 pm

Cost: $35.00 – after July 26, price will increase to $45.

Speakers: TBA

The 5th annual Women in Rural Water event will bring numerous Rural Water Champions together from across the country to network and share experiences over lunch. We will host a very special panel of guest speakers who will describe their rise to success in a male-dominated industry and take questions from the audience. Join us as we celebrate women everywhere and especially, Women in Rural Water.

Ultimate Meter Challenge

Finals: Tuesday, September 10 | 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

This competition is to test and measure individual’s; how quickly, totally, and accurately can they assemble a working meter. All parts will be assembled to the diagram given, meter will be tested for leaks, meter will be disassembled to ensure it was assembled properly and no parts are missing.

WaterPro Feud

Preliminaries and Finals: Monday, September 9 | 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Be prepared to enjoy and possibly participate in the WaterPro Feud! Adapted from the prime time favorite, watch as State Association teams compete for prizes and more in this game of wits for some “water” related entertainment during the Exhibit Hall Extravaganza!

Rural Water on Display Photo Contest

Voting begins when the exhibit hall opens Monday and closes at 10:00 am Wednesday.

We would love to recognize some of our incredible members of the Rural Water Family for their high-quality photography! The top 15 (5 per category) photos will be chosen by the photo contest committee to compete for the Grand Overall, which will be voted on by WaterPro attendees at the conference. We want your best depictions of Rural Water. Photos should be relevant to the following categories:

  • Rural Water Infrastructure
  • Rural Water in Action
  • Rural Water Drone Shots

Send off Social

Wednesday, September 11 | 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Food, fun and networking – join us for a celebration of the week’s events and unwind while we bid a fond farewell to the outgoing Board President and welcome in the new incoming Board President.

Winners of the Photo Contest will be announced and the social will close out with the WaterPAC Sweepstakes Winners being announced before heading to the final classroom sessions of the conference.

Full Registration required to attend.

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Ferguson Waterworks
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USA BlueBook
ESRI - The Science of Where
Ford Meter Box
EOS Positioning Systems