Public Works Water Brief

APWA in conjunction with the House of Representatives Public Works and Infrastructure Caucus, will host a briefing on Wednesday, October 19 for congressional staff covering the basics of water in public

$15 Million for Transportation Technology Grants

As part of the $80 million “Smart Cities” initiative, a set aside of $15 million in federal grant money is available for urban areas to update transportation systems.

WRDA Update

Prior to leaving DC, both the House and Senate completed Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) bills, HR 5303 and S 2848 respectively. Differences between the two bills will be resolved in November.

Fiscal Year 2017 Appropriations Update

Congress beat the September 30 end-of-fiscal-year (FY) 2016 deadline and passed a continuing resolution (CR) H.R. 5325, which keeps the Federal Government level funded through December 9.

Call to Action - U.S. House Public Works & Infrastructure Caucus

Encourage your Representative to Join the U.S. House Public Works and Infrastructure Caucus


Sustainability 'In the Know'

Boulder to implement resilient clean energy systems at critical facilities.

Two Projects Recently Received Sustainable Infrastructure Awards

Detroit Metro Wayne County Airport's Runway 4L/22R & Associated Taxiways Reconstruction project receives Envision Silver, Kansas City's Middle Blue River Green Infrastructure projects receives Envision Platinum.

Welcome to the New APWA Website!

APWA has launched a brand new website that will give members greater access, easier navigation, and more adaptability.

APWA Leadership and Management Committee Publishes Two New Books

Hot off the Press, the APWA Leadership and Management Committee has published two new publications available in the APWA Store.

Center for Sustainability (C4S) Launches new Toolkit

The APWA Center for Sustainability is excited to announce the launching of a brand new Toolkit of Sustainability Resources designed specifically for public works.

Winter Maintenance Chair featured in September Municipal Magazine

R. Mark DeVries, APWA Winter Maintenance Committee chair, offers some valuable best practices and reminders to get started preparing for the winter season.

APWA Announces 2016 Projects of the Year

Twenty-five public works projects were recognized at the 2016 PWX for their overall excellence and cooperative achievements.