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(303) 979-2190

About The Event

APWA-CARMA held four virtual sessions during the month of April.  If you missed the session, you can view the recordings using the links below.

Session #1 - Public Works Lessons Learned from the Pandemic - Thursday, April 8, 10am-11:30am

Speakers: Steve Glammeyer, City of Fort Morgan, Scott Jackman, Town of Breckenridge, John Harris, Eagle County, Mark Jackson, City of Loveland

A panel of public works officials will provide an overview of how their agencies planned for and implemented mission critical public works services to address their community's needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.  The group will address topics such as prioritization of services, impacts on services, challenges encountered, lessons learned and innovative practices.

April 8 Recording:  https://youtu.be/2SXEMWTg2ao

Session #2 - Maintaining Gravel Roads - Thursday, April 15, 10am-11am

Speakers: Bill Langren, Douglas County, Scott Mattice, Pitkin County

Many roads in Colorado remain unpaved due to low traffic volume and/or economic constraint. Two local agency representatives will present on their best practices, lessons learned, and recommendations for success in maintaining gravel surfaced roads.

April 15 Recording: https://youtu.be/txJDYc_v0uA

Session #3 - Pavement Preservation - Thursday, April 22, 10am-11am

Speakers: Danny Smith, Town of Parker, Brian Kelley, Town of Castle Rock

Implementing pavement preservation treatments at the right time, on the right project, with quality materials offer a proven, cost-effective approach to extending the overall service life of your pavements. Two municipalities will present their best practices for optimizing infrastructure performance.

April 22 Recording:  https://youtu.be/p_F8OU9kNpc

Session #4 - Public Works Shared Use Facilities - Thursday, April 29, 10am-11am

Speakers: Rod Meredith, Douglas County, Jay Valentine, City of Grand Junction

Shared use of public facilities and services is a way to maximize agency resources and increase return on investment of public dollars. Interagency cooperation helps to defray costs of operations and maintenance and to deliver better, cost-effective services to the community through creative planning, funding, and management partnerships - a win-win-win.

April 29 Recording:  https://youtu.be/0LShqEY0WhU



Downloads :

2021 Spring Street Conference Virtual Sessions Flyer.pdf 2021 Spring Street Conference Virtual Sessions Flyer.pdf

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Pamela Weimer

bdweimer@msn.com | (303) 979-2190 | APWA Colorado Chapter

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