Who We Are
- SAWS Organization & Leadership
- Board of Trustees
- Financial Transparency
- Service Areas
- Mission & Vision
- Community Involvement
- History & Chronology
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Public participation is a key component of SAWS operations and planning. Currently, five citizens groups made up of people with diverse views and interests are learning about water issues and advising SAWS board and staff.
BexarMet Integration Advisory Committee
The advisory committee comprises 16 members who provide input on the integration of services and infrastructure of the former BexarMet Water District.
Capital Improvements Advisory Committee
This committee advises and assists in the implementation of the impact fee process, which establishes the method for SAWS to impose impact fees. Impact fees recoup the cost of off-site capital improvements necessitated by new development.
Citizens Advisory Panel
This committee helps SAWS management assess the projects, plans and policies that will help bring new sources of sustainable, affordable water to our community.
Community Conservation Committee
Created by SAWS Board in 1997, this group generates conservation program ideas and helps build support for those programs throughout the community.
Rate Advisory Committee
This panel helps SAWS develop a rate structure that fairly balances operational needs with available financial resources.
Volunteers @ SAWS
The SAWS Community Activity Team positively impacts the San Antonio community through volunteerism and donation drives.