House Public Works and Infrastructure Caucus

The House Public Works and Infrastructure Caucus is a bipartisan caucus established in May 2016, during National Public Works Week, by members of the House of Representatives in collaboration with APWA. The Caucus is a forum for discussing the critical role of public works in delivering essential services to communities across the country, and the need for legislation to support this important work. The Caucus also works to educate members of Congress and staff, through briefings and public works and infrastructure focused events, on the need for increased investment and a strong federal commitment to our infrastructure supporting the American economy, public health, and frontline/first-responder essential services. 

The current co-chairs of the Caucus, Representative Dina Titus (D-NV) and Representative Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA) are currently working to re-establish the Caucus for the 117th Congress, which began January 3, 2021. Once the Caucus is officially re-established, the assistance of APWA’s membership in urging their local U.S. Representatives to join will be critical to growing the membership of the Caucus. 

Check back soon for updates on the Caucus and a list of its members.