Upcoming Events & Funding Opportunities

  • WA Public Works Board's Free Infrastructure Trainings in 2018
    February 7 -- Camus
    March 7 -- Port Angeles
    April 11 -- Moses Lake
    May 16 -- Walla Walla

    This free training is geared toward public works staff, elected officials, water and wastewater operators and anyone who manages assets, sets rates, manages projects or is seeking resources to fund future infrastructure projects. Staff from multiple state and federal funding programs will be available to explore your community’s infrastructure needs. Find more info and register here!
  • New Mobility: Prepare to be Disrupted
    March 21 -- Portland, OR
    At the turn of the century, personal mobility underwent a historic change: the replacement of the horse and cart by the automobile. We are on the verge of another dramatic change in mobility and it’s “ACES” – that is, autonomous, connected, electric and shared. ACES technology is attracting billions in investment from the major automakers like Daimler, and from technology firms like Google. Autonomous vehicles have the potential to substantially reduce the cost of mobility and change how cities are developed.
  • Rhys Roth speaking at Thurston Green Business Forum
    April 11 -- Hotel RL, Olympia
    A record number of businesses applied for a Thurston Green designation this year and the community will celebrate those businesses at the Chamber's April Forum on Wednesday, April 11 at 11:30 a.m. at the Hotel RL Olympia. The luncheon will include a keynote address by The Evergreen State College Center for Sustainable Infrastructure’s Director, Rhys Roth, a Green Business Expo and a chance to meet businesses and organizations in Thurston County committed to environmental sustainability.

Past Presentations & Events