U.S. House Public Works & Infrastructure Caucus
If you have not yet reached out to your U.S. Representative this year, please take a few minutes to do so as the 115th Congress was sworn in on January 3, 2017. The start of the new session is a good time for Congressional leaders to hear from their constituents about how important it is for Congress to bring attention to and invest in our nation’s infrastructure.
The U.S. House of Representatives Ryan Costello (R-PA-06) and Dina Titus (D-NV-01) established the House Public Works and Infrastructure Caucus in 2016. The bipartisan caucus was formed to raise awareness of the critical importance of public works and infrastructure, and now is the opportunity to demonstrate support for these issues. It is essential that a strong and active congressional caucus be focused on the important services and projects that communities across the country depend on, including roads and bridges, drinking water, flood control and stormwater, recycling, solid waste removal, parks and recreation, public fleets and building, and emergency response.
Encourage your House Representative to join the caucus:
You can use the Dear Colleague letter
to inform your Representative about joining the Public Works and Infrastructure Caucus. To find out more about your Representative, go to the Legislative Action Center
Laura Bynum, APWA Media Relations/Communications Manager
800-848-2792, ext 6736