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The CPWA National Public Works Week 2016 Awards Program

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

CPWA is pleased to announce the CPWA National Public Works Week awards program for 2016! This is the 56th year National Public Works Week is being celebrated in North America. Since its beginning in 1960, agencies, municipalities, and regions have used this week to educate and inform the public about the essential role that public works plays in the quality of their community life. Equally important are promoting the choice of public works as a career choice for the working force of the future and recognizing those who currently serve in these crucial public roles.

APWA and CPWA have selected “Public Works Always There” as the theme for 2016’s National Public Works Week. This year's theme speaks to the essential nature of public works in providing the basis for communities to thrive and the importance of public works services in support of everyday quality of life.

Once again, CPWA will recognize “first time entries” as well as municipalities by population size.

The Categories for 2016:

First Time Entry
Any community submitting for the first time.

Small Centres
Populations of 75,000 and Under

Medium Centres
Populations 75,001 - 250,000

Large Centres / Metro Centres
Populations 250,001 and Over

CLICK HERE to view the criteria and application for the 2016 CPWA National Public Works Week Awards Program.

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