Facilities and Grounds Committee

Make a Difference - Nominate yourself or someone else to serve on the Facilities and Grounds Committee! Details about time involvement and expectations of committee members are available in PDF format, other information about Committee mission and activities is provided below. To make a nomination: sign in to MyAPWA, then use the orange 'National Nominations' button. Deadline: March 22nd!
Committee's Mission Statement: To provide APWA members with the resources for exchanging and developing ideas, information, skills, knowledge, and technologies for the operation, management, and maintenance of public buildings, grounds, and parks.  The committee also recommends and advances APWA policies and positions concerning public buildings and grounds issues.


Often times when citizens are asked to define public infrastructure, they mention roads, bridges, water, wastewater and schools. The majority of the general public, to include our community leaders, forget that our public buildings are also a part of America’s failing infrastructure.

The Committee fulfills its mission by providing facility and grounds maintenance resources you'll find in the APWA Store, the Members' Library, the APWA Reporter magazine, the Resource Center, the Click Listen and Learn programs and sessions at APWA national conferences.

A message from Jeffery Brown, Facilities and Grounds Committee Chairman 2016-2017
Our committee is a resource to you. If there are specific issues that you would like to receive some input or guidance on or are having trouble identifying resources for the challenges that you are facing, please take the time to reach out to one of us.  We are also here to learn from you!  We want to hear about the creative solutions you have discovered along your journey and the lessons that you have already learned and are willing to share with others.

If you would like to be involved in the work of the Facilities and Grounds Committee, please contact me (jbrown@co.cumberland.nc.us) or any of the other committee members.  The Opportunities to Participate page might give you some ideas!

(Full version of Committee Chair's letter)

(Summaries of the Committee meetings)