PHONE

(360) 753-1886

EMAIL

info@wsace.org
Contact Us

Scott Davis receives NACE Safety Award

April 30, 2018 / nace-conference , wsace / Comments Off on Scott Davis receives NACE Safety Award

Thurston County Traffic Engineer and Operations Manager, Scott Davis, P.E., was awarded the David P. Brand Safety Award by the National Association of County Engineers at its annual meeting on April 25th in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. The award is named after David Brand, former Madison County, Ohio, county engineer...

Read more

2018 WSACE Annual Conference (June 5-7)

April 24, 2018 / annual-conference-conferences , conferences / Comments Off on 2018 WSACE Annual Conference (June 5-7)

Registration is now open for the 2018 WSACE Annual Conference, which will be held this year from June 5-7 at the Alderbrook Resort & Spa in Union, WA (Mason County). Click Here to Register! Full conference registration is $400.00. The following meals will be provided with your registration: June 5...

Read more

Round Table Roundup

March 26, 2018 / round-tables , spring-roundtable / Comments Off on Round Table Roundup

WSACE’s annual spring round table meetings were held the past two weeks on the west and east sides of the state.  The round table meetings provide an opportunity to discuss issues that counties are facing and to hear from their cohorts on whether others have the same issues, and...

Read more

Transportation & Public Works Legislative Update – Session Final

March 12, 2018 / 2018-leg-session / Comments Off on Transportation & Public Works Legislative Update – Session Final

The Washington State Legislature completed its 60-day session with no expectation of a special session for unresolved issues.  At the conclusion of the session, several legislators announced plans to not seek reelection.  The chair of the House Transportation Committee, Judy Clibborn, announced that she would not be running again. ...

Read more

Transportation & Public Works Legislative Update – Week 8

March 6, 2018 / 2018-leg-session / Comments Off on Transportation & Public Works Legislative Update – Week 8

Last Friday was the cutoff for bills to be passed by the opposite house.  The legislature is in its final week of the session which ends on Thursday, March 8th.  Bills that were amended before they were passed one chamber must again be passed by the opposite as the...

Read more