APWA NEWS

Sustainability "In the Know"

St. Petersburg, FL codifies requirement that city facilities be designed and constructed sustainably

APWA Releases Public Works Salary Survey Results

Responses give insight to work-life balance and employer-sponsored benefits

APWA Announces 2018 Final Graduates for the DCS Program

Since September 2017, 15 public works professionals earned a DCS credential.

APWA Announces Top Ten Leaders of the Year for 2018

Ten leaders recognized for outstanding career service achievements in public works.

APWA Announces National Public Works First Responder Symbol.

APWA President Bo Mills introduces new symbol at North American Snow Conference.

Take the APWA Members' Library for a Test Drive

See what education opportunities you're missing out on!

ADVOCACY NEWS

Fiscal Year 2019 Appropriations Completed

On February 14, appointed conferees from both the House and Senate compromised to fund the seven affected federal departments and their agencies that had been operating on a continuing resolution (CR)

Available-New Resource Guide on Municipal Bonds

APWA is a member of the Public Finance Network (PFN) and works with 22 organizations advocating to Congress about the important role of municipal bonds in financing infrastructure projects.

FEMA Administrator Long Announces Resignation

On February 13, Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Brock Long submitted his resignation.

DOT Announces New Drone Regulations

On February 12, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) posted a regulation titled, “External Marking Requirement for Small Unmanned Aircraft” which will impact drone usage.

Wheeler Clears Senate Panel

On February 5, Andrew Wheeler was cleared by the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee to become permanent Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

   

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