Become A Member
Membership with New Mexico Rural Water Association is open to all New Mexico water and wastewater utilities, public and private companies, and individuals. Members must adhere to the purposes and bylaws of the Association. Annual Dues cycle with the calendar year: January 1 − December 31.
Pay Online for Member Discounts TodayNote: Membership is not fully authorized until your completed application form is received by NMRWA
Membership TypesIndividual Members (non-voting)
Any individual person adhering to the purposes of the Association and desiring to assist in the work of the Association may become an individual member of the Association and receive NMRWA reports and publications.System Members (voting or non-voting)
Water and Sanitation Districts, nonprofit Corporations (Cooperatives, Mutual Domestics), or rural municipalities with populations of less than 50,000 engaged in the distribution of water or treatment of sewage for rural residents. Benefits include discounted fee services, and NMRWA reports and publications.Associate Members (non-voting)
Any business, corporation, or organization adhering to the purposes of the Association and desiring to assist in the work of the Association may become an associate member and receive NMRWA reports and publications.
Please review NMRWA's Bylaws and the Disclosure and Disclaimer statements below before joining.
Print and mail these forms to complete your membership process
- System & Individual Membership Application/Renewal Form
- Associate Membership Application/Renewal Form
- Delegate Form (voting members only)
Association dues, except as noted below, may be deductible as professional or business expenses, to the extent allowable by law. Dues and other contributions to local, state or national associations are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.
Please note that the portion of Association dues used for lobbying activities is not deductible as a business expense.
A portion of your dues to the New Mexico Rural Water Association funds our lobbying efforts on behalf of rural water and wastewater systems at the local, state and national level. As a result, a percentage of your dues cannot be deducted as a business expense for federal income tax purposes.
During 2012, 6% of revenue from membership dues was used to fund lobbying efforts. This percentage of membership dues is not deductible as a business expense.