Big Bear Area Regional Wastewater Agency - BBARWA was established in 1974 to transport, treat and dispose of wastewater for the Big Bear Valley area residents and businesses. BBARWA is conducting studies to expand its recycled water program and to develop a new groundwater recharge system.

City of Big Bear Lake Department of Water - The Department of Water (DWP) provides domestic water service and fire flows to approximately 14,000 residential and commercial customers including the entire City of Big Bear Lake, Moonridge, Sugarloaf, the northern half of Erwin Lake, Lake Williams, Fawnskin, portions of Whispering Forest and Rim Forest (near Lake Arrowhead).

Big Bear Municipal Water District - The Big Bear Municipal Water District is an independent special district of the State of California, responsible for the overall management of Big Bear Lake, Southern California's premier recreational Lake. 

City of Big Bear Lake - The City of Big Bear Lake provides general administrative services, community development, and public works functions.

County of San Bernardino - The mission of the government of the County of San Bernardino is to satisfy its customers by providing service that promotes the health, safety, well being, and quality of life of its residents according to the County Charter, general laws, and the will of the people it serves.

State Water Resource Control Board - The State Board's mission is to preserve, enhance and restore the quality of California's water resources, and ensure their proper allocation and efficient use for the benefit of present and future generations.

Department of Water Resources - DWP manages the water resources of California in cooperation with other agencies, to benefit the State's people, and to protect, restore, and enhance the natural and human environments.

California Resources Agency - The California Resources Agency restores, protects and manages the state's natural, historical and cultural resources for current and future generations using creative approaches and solutions based on science, collaboration and respect for all the communities and interests involved.

California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal/EPA) - The California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal/EPA) was created in 1991 by Governor's Executive Order. The six Boards, Departments and Office were placed within the Cal/EPA "umbrella" to create a cabinet level voice for the protection of human health and the environment and to assure the coordinated deployment of State resources. Our mission is to restore, protect and enhance the environment, to ensure public health, environmental quality and economic vitality.

Association of California Water Agencies - Since ACWA was founded in 1910, representing and providing key services to members has been ACWAs most important charge. From legislation, to regulatory activity, to broad policy issues, ACWA is on the front lines in Sacramento and in Washington, D.C. as a constant and respected advocate for Californias public water agencies.

California Urban Water Conservation Council - The California Urban Water Conservation Council was created to increase efficient water use statewide through partnerships among urban water agencies, public interest organizations, and private entities.

WateReuse Foundation - The WateReuse Foundation is an educational, nonprofit public benefit corporation that serves as a centralized organization for the water and wastewater community to advance the science of water reuse, recycling, reclamation, and desalination. The Foundation's research covers a broad spectrum of issues, including chemical contaminants, microbiological agents, treatment technologies, salinity management, public perception, economics, and marketing.

The Groundwater Foundation - The Groundwater Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating and motivating people to care for and about groundwater.