These free online social networks help keep your finger on the pulse of public works.

InfoNOW Communities
You're not alone. When you're faced with difficult questions concerning your community's public infrastructure and need answers quickly, you can now have access to the most knowledgeable people in the industry. Through its infoNOW communities, APWA connects you to the most highly educated public works professionals who have experience in the areas you have questions about.

APWA now has a presence on the premier social networking website! "Like" APWA so you can follow all of the latest updates from the association. From upcoming events to the latest happenings in Washington, D.C., to action items from the association, you can keep up-to-date on everything APWA.

Once you sign up, you can join networks organized by city, workplace, school, and region. Show your support of North America’s most respected public works organization. Users can add friends and keep in contact with colleagues all over the world, and update their profiles to keep friends up-to-date about current projects and plans. A great place to meet other professionals or just make friends.

After signing in, search for "American Public Works Association" or click here and "Like" us!

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It’s all about staying in touch. Be a follower of all of the different APWA “tweets” including PWX (formerly known as the International Public Works Congress & Exposition-"Best Show in Public Works"), APWA Snow Conference and The APWA Reporter. We’ll give you the latest updates and news – stay in-the-know year-round. Twitter allows users to send short messages to a group of people enabling coordination and information sharing in a whole new way. We’ll be adding new Twitter pages throughout the year, so check back with us often. Start following today!

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