Mission: The Colorado River Water Users Association is a non-profit, non-partisan organization providing a forum for exchanging ideas and perspectives on Colorado River use and management with the intent of developing and advocating common objectives, initiatives and solutions.

Founded in 1945, CRWUA has served as a organization where members  from throughout the Colorado River Basin develop personal relationships to allow frank discussions of the many issues involving the Colorado River.  Become a member

Annually CRWUA hosts a conference in December in Las Vegas where issues of concern are featured on the program. See upcoming conference information

At the annual conference, CRWUA membership update and adopt a comprehensive set of resolutions addressing the major issues affecting the sharing, use and further development of the Basin’s water supply. As the Colorado River is one of the most regulated rivers in the country, a complex set of state and federal statutes, regulations and judicial decrees, interstate compacts and an international treaty (collectively referred to as “the Law of the River”) govern the allocation and water management decisions affecting conservation storage, releases and uses made by the 33 million people who depend on the River for their water supply. Read CRWUA resolutions