What are the benefits of joining Tri-State?
- You become part of the decision making process.
- You get a place in line for the water supply that will eventually flow.
- You strengthen our regional response to the need for long-term, abundant, quality water supply.
A long-term water supply is vital to the health and development of any single community and our region as a whole. An additional regional water source is the most viable alternative to create that supply, and prevents competition for the same water through a cooperative approach. Tri State is the vehicle through which that regional source will be developed. Membership allows you a seat at the table and a share of the water supply that will eventually flow to ensure adequate long-term water for the region.
It’s always better to be a part of the decision making process than to let others make decisions which will surely have an impact on your community as time passes and the regional demand for water increases. Those communities who become members of Tri-State are in a position to make key decisions which could set the foundation for water availability for the next 50+ years.
If you would like more information about Tri-State Water Resource Coalition please contact:
Executive Director, Tri-State Water Resource Coalition &
Southwest Missouri Joint Municipal Water Utility Commission
2144 E. Republic Rd. #B103
Springfield, MO 65804
Carthage Water & Electric, represented by Chuck Bryan
Christian County, represented by Ray Weter
City of Branson, represented by Mike Ray
City of Joplin, represented by David Hertzberg
City of Lamar, represented by Russ Worley
City of Monett, represented by Skip Schaller
City of Mt. Vernon, represented by Joe Kelley
City of Republic, represented by Andrew Nelson
City of Nixa, represented by Milton Dickensheet
City of Springfield, represented by Errin Kemper
City Utilities of Springfield, represented by Roddy Rogers
Empire District Electric Company, represented by Drew Landoll
Greene County, represented by Kevin Barnes
Jasper County, represented by John Bartosh
Missouri-American Water Company, represented by Matt Barnhart
Pierce City, represented by Julie Johnson
Stone County, represented by Dennis Woods