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These meetings are the most important tool for gaining updated information on AWWA and AWWA Sections. As a Section leader, you will not want to miss this opportunity to meet with a national representative, AWWA staff and other Section leaders.
Planning ahead? Here's the 2017-2021 RMSO Rotational Schedule
Registration deadline for the 2016 Region I RMSO in Morristown, New Jersey, has now passed.
The Hyatt Morristown at Headquarters Plaza
is the host venue for our event. Hotel room reservations were due by Monday, September 12.
The agenda for the 2016 Region I RMSO is now available!
A Meeting Guide to help schedule your time during your stay in Morristown is now available!
Sign up for one or more topics by September 12!
Registration deadline for the Regional Membership Summit in Morristown, New Jersey, has now passed.
Understand what drives water professionals to get involved with your Section and the Association at AWWA’s first Regional Membership Summit. Learn how to speak membership, swap ideas on successful efforts with other membership committees and Section leaders in your region. Walk away with new ideas and energy to grow membership locally.
The Regional Membership Summit will immediately precede the Region I RMSO.
Get more information on the Regional Membership Summit.
Want to share a presentation or handouts from the RMSO with your volunteers? Here are the presentation slides as well as any handouts used at the meeting. We will continue to update this tab as Section leaders send us their files.
Please contact Julia Geisler for Section Sharing presentation slides and handouts.
Please contact Nancy Sullivan for Section Sharing presentation slides and handouts.
Please contact Terry Walters for Section Sharing presentation slides and handouts.
Register Now for the 2016 Region V RMSO in Honolulu, Hawaii, December 5-6, 2016.
The Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort is the host venue for our event. We have arranged for discounted room rate of $189.00 USD + tax. We recommend you secure your room as soon as possible to guarantee the room nights you want as space is limited. Hotel room reservations are due by Thursday, November 3. Please use this dedicated link to secure the discounted room rate.
Please see the tentative agenda for the 2016 Region V RMSO.
A Meeting Guide to help schedule your time during your stay in Honolulu is now available!
Sign up for one or more topics by November 4!
The Hawaii Section has planned a pre-RMSO field trip to the Honolulu City Lights, on Sunday, December 4th. The City has turned on the holiday lights around Honolulu Hale (City Hall) as well as nearby businesses. The grounds of Honolulu Hale are decorated and the various City departments decorate Christmas trees in the middle of City Hall.
The Section is looking at renting an open air trolley to pick us up in Waikiki and drive us downtown to see all the lights and then maybe stop at City Hall so you can walk around the grounds at your leisure to take photos and then come back and pick everyone up later. We will meet after dinner around 8:00 pm and then return to the hotel around 10 pm.
The cost of the trolley will be less than $25 per person, so please plan on attending and bring the whole family.
If you have questions, please contact Terry Walters.
The Hawaii Section has gifted us two tickets for the Kualoa Experience Tour as well as two tickets to the Atlantis Submarine Tour. If you are interested in either of these drawings, please indicate that when you register for the RMSO V on the AWWA website. The drawing will be held after the November 3, deadline to register and the lucky winner will be notified soon after, so they can make reservations with the tour company.
Kualoa, the world’s most famous private nature reserve, is a sixth generation kama’aina family-owned enterprise whose mission is to enrich people’s lives by preserving our land and celebrating its history. Their newly launched Kualoa All-Day Experience PASS makes planning a day of fun, family-friendly activities as easy as ever. The PASS offers visitors all-day access to any of the available Experience tours at Kualoa including the Movie Sites and Ranch Tour, Jungle Expedition, Secret Island, and Ocean Voyage.
Atlantis Submarines have been sharing the magnificence of Hawaii’s undersea world since 1988 using the environmentally safe submarines that are battery powered, emit no pollutants, and quietly move through the water, disturbing no one. It’s the ultimate in sustainable tourism. In the submarine, you will see coral reefs that create a self-sustaining habitat for fish and marine life to flourish. Atlantis closely observes the abundance of activity at these treasured sites but always leaves them untouched.