2017 Fall Conference and Storm Water Expo Oc ....


Registration is now open. Don't wait to register.  Registration will remain open until September 22. To register visit our events page - http://utah.apwa.net/EventDetails/11952


LODGING: Many of our attendees travel fro

the rural and remote areas of Utah. If you need a hotel be sure to get your reservations by September 15. After that time, rooms will be released and special discounts will be discontinued.

NEW ATTENDEES: We are excited to have you join Utah APWA in what is now the largest public works and infrastructure conference in the intermountain west.  If this is your first time you will need to create a user name and password. Also, to ease registration, we have provided information that is helpful if you need help registering.

CANCELLATION: Things come up, we understand. So if you need to cancel, be sure to follow our process. Utah APWA, like government agencies need documentation before we can process a cancellation. Also, for planning purposes, cancellations must be made before September 22.

SPEAKERS: The 2017 Fall Conference and Storm Water Expo (October 3-4) is quickly approaching. Please distribute the information below among your members and network. We continually seek to heighten the quality of our presenters and bring new ideas to public works, engineering, storm water, and other professionals.  Feel free to reach beyond our state boundaries if necessary.

The Utah Chapter of APWA is now accepting abstracts for presentations for the 2017 Fall Conference and Storm Water Expo . If you are interested or know of someone who may be interested, please visit http://utah.apwa.net  &  XXX to submit an abstract.  

EXHIBITORS: Important information for exhibitors is found at the following link:

APWA Fall Conference Exhibitor Service Kit 2017


Don’t wait!  Register to attend this year’s conference. You can count on the following planned topics:

Aquifer Contamination and Well Protection

Asphalt: The History of Asphalt Binders

Bridging the Gap in Active Transportation

Budget and Finance

Commercial Vehicle Safety

Communication and Public Outreach

Deicing Best Practices

Design and Construction Challenges Incorporating Trenchless Methods

Energy usage of public water utilities

Establishing and Maintaining Sidewalk Management Programs

Estimating canyon contribution to Salt Lake Valley surface water flow and groundwater flow: Red Butte Creek (RBC) Watershed Case Study

Green vs Gray Infrastructure Costs

Long-term Post Construction solutions

Low Impact Development

Maintaining Pavement in a Changing Climate

Maximize your Retirement Benefits

MS4 Presentation for Public Works Directors, Stormwater Managers, and MS4 Stormwater Inspectors

Municipal Stormwater - Long Term Stormwater Management

Municipal Tools Used for Plowing Snow

New APWA Standard Asphalt Specifications

On-Site vs. Regional Stormwater Detention - Is there a right answer?

Pavement Distresses and Repair Alternatives on Expansive Soils

Professional Writing for Professional Results

Project Management

Public Safety Fleet Replacement Program

Rigid and Flexible Pipe Installation Methods

Sewer Lift Station Alternatives

Silica for Construction

Specification Standardization through the APWA

Storm Water Master Planning

Storm Water Recharge and Recovery

Subsurface Utility Engineering

Sustainability and Local Government Transportation

Sustainable Groundwater Use and Development

The New OSHA Silica Standard

Trenchless Pipeline Rehabilitation Techniques and Alternatives

Trenchless Rehabilitation Strategies for Storm Water Pipelines

Underground Retention Chamber Technology

Using GIS to Manage Public Works

Utah Clean Cities Programs for Fleets

Utility Staking:  *811 it’s the Law

Utilizing Lidar Data to Analyze Access Management Criteria in Utah

Vineyard Connector: Geotechnical Mitigation Strategies

Water Quality Modeling of Drinking Water

Water, Wastewater and Public Utilities

Weather Information in Support Of Operations  


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