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 Last revised: October 12, 2021

The Water Resources Advisory Committee (WRAC) is a forum for issues related to water resources management in Washington state.

This membership represents state agencies, local governments, water utilities, tribes, environmental groups, consultants, law firms, and other water stakeholders. Typical discussion topics include rules, policies, legislation, budget development, and litigation. The group was established in 1996.


ALERT: All Ecology buildings are closed to the public. Staff are available by telephone and email, but will not be available for walk-in service at headquarters, regional, and field offices until further notice. For more information please visit our COVID-19 response page. See also the Washington state coronavirus.wa.gov page.

WRAC meetings are now held from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on the second Monday of every month, online using Webex. Anyone who is interested in water resources management in Washington is welcome to attend.

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If you would like to receive notices about WRAC meetings, subscribe to the email list.

2021 Meetings

October 11 - Meeting canceled

September 13

August 9 - 9am to noon

July 12

June 14

May 10 

April 12

March 8

February 8

January 11 - Meeting canceled. Next meeting is Feb. 8


  • WRAC meeting archive for 2020 Note: Content on the archive page is not being maintained and may contain broken links or out of date information. If you see something you need please check with us to see if we have any updated material before using it. 

Resource materials

Bill Tracking


Program highlights

Case Law

Program contacts:

Mary Verner - Water Resources Program Manager
(360) 280-2826

Chris Anderson - Water Resources Program webmaster
(360) 890-5471

Dave Christensen - Water Resources Program legislative liaison


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