There are just 48 spots available for the three day conference, which will be held in Sacramento March 9-11.
Feb. 16 is the deadline to register and spots are being filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Register online
Full conference registration will include admission for the following:
- Sacramento Bee columnist Dan Walters will present the opening general session focusing on the State of California: Past, Present and Future, with a spin towards the daily dealings of those in the public works profession;
- A discussion on how to engage people in public works issues, whether it is at a community meeting, on the agency website, or in a printed document;
- An information-packed breakout session featuring a three-part discussion on pavement sustainability;
- State-wide issues discussion on water issues, a Road Charge Pilot Program update, and Caltrans & Highway Bridge Committee Updates;
- Discussion with the agency that has been delivering recycled water to its community for more than 40 years highlighting the future of recycled water as well as the local perspective on the potentials, practices and pitfalls from an agency that has been delivering recycled water to their community for over 40 years;
- Networking reception with exhibitors on Wednesday, enjoy networking breakfast and lunch on Thursday, and breakfast on Friday; and
- Electronic access to all program materials.
For a full list of planned sessions and other conference details visit the League website
can answer conference questions. Megan Dunn
can answer registration questions.