Skip to main content

About Us
Contact Us
Online Classes
Operator Licensing Info
The Water Gram
Request Assistance
2014 Annual Conference
2014 Northern Conference
Write To Us
Tony Elfering Scholarship
Helpful Links
Legislative Info
Job Postings
Site Map
Awards of Excellence


Thank you to our Diamond Sponsors


Upcoming Webinars and Workshops:

Free Webinar:

Water Well Asset Management Programs: A New Sustainable Approach to Maintaining Well Performance & Extending Service Life

2 p.m. (central) May 15

This presentation will review the components of an effective water well condition assessment, list the pro’s and con’s of the most common well rehabilitation technologies and discuss the components of an effective well asset management program. It will be demonstrated how a properly designed well asset management program represents a more sustainable approach to water well management than the traditional “run to failure” strategy and will extend the service life of the well.
Click here to register

Upcoming series of workshops that aim to reduce the costly impacts of fats, oils, and grease (or FOG) in public and private sewers of rural communities:
May 19: Skyline Activity Center, Idaho Falls, ID (8 am – 4pm)
May 21: College of Idaho, Caldwell, ID (8am – 4pm)
Aug 14: Lewis-Clark State College, Lewiston, ID (8am – 4pm)

The workshops, which cost only $25, will bring together different professional sectors to learn about Best Management Practices and develop a collaborative FOG abatement plan. The training is open to: health inspectors, public works professionals, restaurant managers, city managers, and anyone else who has a stake in managing FOG. For more information about the events, go here:

Idaho Water and Wastewater Headlines

Updated 4/23/2014
How Boise's 1959 mudslide led to lasting protections for foothills BSPR
Water begins flowing through $30M Minidoka dam spillway AP
$1M Silver Creek restoration project nearly done AP
Sandpoint sets sights on adding to its watershed Bonner County Daily Bee
Dworshak flows decreased to balance flood control, salmon water needs CBB

National Rural Water

Free Coupon
for IRWA Members to receive 25% off purchase at AWWA store, including purchases on videos, publications an manuals. Click here

Thank you to our Sapphire Sponsors:





               Sign up for our email updates below:



                Or text to sign up for email updates:




                  View photos online and be

                             notified of current updates

                 on our Facebook page at:   



Boise, ID
Updated Wednesday, April 23, 2014 11:53 AM
48°FHigh: 56°F
Low: 42°F
Wind: 0 mph
Humidity: 44%
60° / 43°
57° / 39°
58° / 35°
Mostly Cloudy
59° / 37°
MSN WeatherData provided by iMap