Committees

The Association Alliance Committee assists APWA in working with other similar Professional Organizations on Education, Advocacy, and Networking.    Read more..
The Government Affairs Committee serves as our Chapter voice to Tallahassee and Washington on matters dealing with the State or Federal Governments.    Read more..
The Expo Task Force serves as the Executive Committee's working group to continuously improve the annual Florida Public Works Expo.    Read more..
The Florida Chapter's Scholarship Foundation provides scholarships each year to continue to assist students in the State of Florida receive quality higher education.    Read more..
The Auditing Committee reviews the Chapter's finances annually to guarantee compliance with national requirements.    Read more..
The Marketing and Social Media committee is the outreach arm of the Chapter, providing information to our members and to non-members as well.    Read more..
The Chapter website is the location of record for all information on the chapter and the basis for supplying insurance for Chapter and Branch Events.    Read more..
The Membership Committee assists the Chapter in recruiting, retaining, and welcoming Members to the Organization.    Read more..
The Member of the Year award is given to one member each year for providing considerable service to the APWA Florida Chapter.    Read more..
The Historical Committee keeps information and records from previous years.    Read more..
The APWA Florida Chapter Bylaws Committee (Bylaws Committee) maintains the official text of the bylaws for the Florida Chapter of the APWA (FL Chapter), the Scholarship Trust of the FL Chapter, and the eleven branches of the FL Chapter. The Bylaws Committee conducts periodic reviews of the bylaws for currency, studies problems concerning the bylaws, interprets bylaws questions, drafts proposed bylaws amendments, and proposes solutions to bylaws related problems as requested by APWA National, FL Chapter Executive Committee, FL Chapter President, FL Chapter membership, or as performed on its own initiative. The Bylaws Committee serves as a liaison for presenting proposed bylaws amendments for the necessary approvals at both the Chapter and National levels.
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Florida Chapter's awards program honors and recognizes projects, consultants, and public works leaders.  Nomination forms and instructions will be posted on the Florida Chapter Home Page.  Be sure to check individual Branch website for additional awards.

Or click here for information about the APWA National Awards program.

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This committee involves the research, organization, and coordination of a dinner event for Florida Chapter attendees at the annual PWX. The goal is to promote the building of professional relationships between APWA members in a relaxed, social environment. Recently, this event has expanded to include other APWA Chapters providing opportunity to forge these same relationships with others members throughout the USA and around the world.

Here are some fliers from our last few Chapter Dinners:



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For decades, the APWA Florida Chapter has administered scholarships that have helped hundreds of students to achieve their dream of a college education. Through the vision and diligence of past Executive Committees, and the dedicated effort of our current Executive Committee, the Florida Chapter has slowly grown an endowment to guarantee our ability to continue this highly successful program. Each year, during the Annual Meeting and Trade Show, the Florida Chapter hosts the Awards and Scholarship Luncheon where multiple scholarships are awarded to individuals that are gaining knowledge through high education.

The Florida Chapter seeks to recognize outstanding individuals who are pursuing civil engineering degrees, public administration degrees, or to employees of public works agencies continuing their college education. The scholarships are designed to alleviate the financial burdens associated with higher education, permitting the winners to devote more time both to pursuing their academic goals and advancing their leadership initiatives.

Chapter and Branch Scholarship applications are found atScholarship Page

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The Technical Committee Task Force - formed to mirror national technical committee structure - provides grass roots assistance at a local level to the chapter membership and public works professionals throughout Florida.

Task Force Membership:

Chairman: Mike McCabe 321-723-7233 mike@melbournetillman.org

Emergency Management: Teresa Scott

Engineering & Technology: Manny Diez

Facilities & Grounds: Thomas Driscoll

Leadership & Management: Jeffrey Thurmnan

Solid Waste: Marc Rogoff

Sustainability: Debbie Leistner

Transportation: Amy Davies

Utilities & Public ROW: Dale Laird

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