Publishing the Journal, newsletters and press releases to educate water district directors and their staffs in methods to improve the quality of construction and maintenance of the public utility works;
Lessening the burdens of government experienced by taxpayers in water districts by maximizing the efficiency of water district operations through the promotion of better management and a higher quality utility service;
Combating community deterioration from substandard utility service, which frequently results in water shortages, malfunctioning of sewer facilities, or the decline of public common areas;
Monitoring proposed regulation by state agencies and proposed legislation which might affect water districts and communicating that information to water district directors;
Providing a forum for the members to exchange experience and information related to their responsibilities by conducting workshops, seminars, and annual meetings.