American Public Works Association

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American Public Works Association
Type 501(c)(3)
Founded 1937
Headquarters
Focus(es) Public works
Members 29,000
Website www.apwa.net

The American Public Works Association (APWA) is a not-for-profit, professional association of public works agencies, private companies, and individuals dedicated to promoting professional excellence and public awareness through education, advocacy and the exchange of knowledge. APWA is headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, and has an office in Washington, D.C.

Chartered in 1937, APWA is the largest organization of its kind in the world, supporting 64 chapters throughout North America.[1]

Publications[edit]

The APWA Reporter unites the public works professionals who make up APWA.[2]

Chapters[edit]

  • Arizona Chapter
    • Northern Branch
    • Southern Branch
  • Atlantic Provinces Chapter
    • New Brunswick Branch
  • Central California Chapter
    • Kern Branch
  • Central Pennsylvania Chapter
    • Capital Branch
    • Lancaster Branch
    • Nittany Branch
    • York County Branch
  • Chicago Metro Chapter
    • City Branch
    • Fox Valley Branch
    • Lake Branch
    • Southwest Branch
    • Suburban Branch
  • Colorado Chapter
    • Front Range Branch
    • West Slope Branch
  • Florida Chapter
    • Big Bend Branch
    • Central Branch
    • Emerald Coast Branch
    • Gold Coast Branch
    • Northeast Branch
    • Santa Fe Branch
    • South Florida Branch
    • Southwest Branch
    • Sun Coast Branch
    • Treasure Coast Branch
    • West Coast Branch
  • Georgia Chapter
    • Atlanta Metro Branch
    • Coastal Branch
    • Middle Georgia Branch
    • Northeast Branch
    • Northwest Branch
    • Southwest Georgia Branch
  • Illinois Chapter
    • Central Branch
    • District 8 Branch
    • Northwest Branch
    • Prairie Branch
  • Kentucky Chapter
    • Bluegrass Branch
    • Central Branch
    • Northeastern Branch
    • Northern Branch
    • Southern Branch
    • Western Branch
  • Louisiana Chapter
    • Baton Rouge Branch
    • New Orleans Branch
    • North Lake Branch
  • Michigan Chapter
    • Detroit Metro Branch
    • Downriver Branch
    • Mideast Branch
    • Midwest Branch
    • Northern Branch
    • Southwest Branch
  • Missouri Chapter
    • St. Louis Branch
  • Nevada Chapter
    • Northern Branch
    • Southern Branch
  • New Jersey Chapter
    • North Branch
    • South Branch
  • New York Metro Chapter
    • Long Island Branch
    • New York City Branch
    • Southeastern Branch
  • New York State Chapter
    • Albany Branch
    • Capital District Branch
    • Central Branch
    • Monroe/Genesee Branch
    • Southern Tier Branch
    • Western Branch
  • Ohio Chapter
    • Central Branch
    • Southwest Branch
  • Oklahoma Chapter
    • Central Branch
    • Northeastern Branch
    • Southern Branch
  • Ontario Chapter
    • Central Ontario Branch
    • Ottawa Valley Branch
    • Southern Branch
    • West Central Ontario Branch
  • Rocky Mountain Chapter
    • Montana Branch
  • Sacramento Chapter
    • Shasta Cascade Branch
    • South Dakota Chapter
    • Black Hills Branch
    • Southeastern Branch
  • Southern California Chapter
    • Coachella Valley Branch
    • High Desert/Mountain Branch
    • Inland Empire Branch
  • Tennessee Chapter
    • East Branch
    • Middle Branch
    • Middle/East Branch
    • West Branch
  • Texas Chapter (Texas Public Works Association)
    • Central Branch
    • North Central Branch
    • North Plains Branch
    • Northeast Branch
    • Permian Basin Branch
    • Rio Grande Branch
    • South Central Branch
    • South Plains Branch
    • Southeast Branch
    • West Central Branch
  • Utah Chapter
    • Southern Utah Branch
    • Utah County Branch[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About APWA". American Public Works Association. Archived from the original on 18 November 2010. Retrieved 2010-11-20. 
  2. ^ "ReporterOnline". American Public Works Association. Archived from the original on 24 November 2010. Retrieved 2010-11-20. 
  3. ^ "Chapters". American Public Works Association. Archived from the original on 18 November 2010. Retrieved 2010-11-20.