Due to lack of a 2017-19 biennium Capital Budget, the 2017 Public Works Board Construction Loan List has not been funded yet.
In addition, the Public works Board will not be accepting funding requests at this time.
If you have questions, please contact your Contract Manager.
What's New with the Public Works Board? Presentation to IACC Conference 10/26/2017 (PDF)
The next Public Works Board Business Meeting will be held Friday, November 3, 2017. The Agenda Packet can be downloaded here.
Effective immediately, all visitors to the Department of Commerce may only park in the designated Visitor Parking Area, and must display a Visitor Parking Permit on their dash. Please contact the Board Liaison to obtain a Parking Permit. For more information, please see our Visitor Parking Instructions and Parking Map.
2018 Public Works Board Meeting Schedule
The Public Works Board is pleased to announce the appointment of a new member as of October 2, 2017. Bill Ramos fills Position #2, City Elected Official. His term expires June 30, 2017. Bill is a City Council Member for the City of Issaquah.
"Infrastructure Funding… Still in the News: How does a District address significant infrastructure needs, against dwindling infrastructure financing, with the least impact to our ratepayers?" Article by Diane Pottinger, Public Works Board Member, September 11, 2017
The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) is being transferred from Public Works Board contract management to being fully administered by the Department of Health. Learn more here.
Support for the Public Works Assistance Account
AWC: “Funding the Public Works Trust Fund,” 04/12/2017 (video) Over the past several years, the Legislature has responded to the economic recession by diverting infrastructure funds to basic government. Learn more about the need for the Senate and House to fund the Public Works Trust Fund by watching this video.
AWC: Local Infrastructure Issue Brief Public Works loan repayments should be a permanent base to rebuild and infrastructure partnership, not a one-time shot in the arm to the operating budget.
PWAA Success Stories
AWC Cities 101: Sewers (video)
AWC Cities 101: Growth (video)