APWA NEWS

Sustainability "In the Know"

Charlotte, NC launches new economic model designed to create jobs, revenue

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

Congress Approves Two-Week Funding Extension through December 21, 2018

On December 6, Congress passed a two-week Continuing Resolution (CR) funding measure, thereby averting a partial federal government shutdown which would have taken effect at midnight on December 7.

APWA Supports Maintaining Federal Flood Mapping Funds

APWA joined over 20 other organizations, in sending a letter to Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney.

Surface Transportation Needs Focus of Senate Hearing

On November 28, the Senate Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee held a hearing on the topic of “Addressing America’s Surface Transportation Needs”.

EPA Invites 39 Projects to Apply for WIFIA Loans

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) program has selected 39 projects to apply for WIFIA loans for the FY 2018 cycle.

   

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