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WASHINGTON STATE ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY ENGINEERS

A YEAR IN REVIEW:

Our History

In 1906, seven county engineers met in North Yakima to organize the Washington State Association of County Engineers (WSACE). An earlier meeting of a few county engineers occurred in Ritzville in 1904.

Our Mission

The mission of the Washington State Association of County Engineers, as an affiliate member of the Washington State Association of Counties (WSAC) is to enhance leadership effectiveness by providing more opportunities for professional development, building professional relationships, and advocating stewardship of the environment and infrastructure with which we have been entrusted, for the benefit of present and future generations.

Our Vision

WSACE’s vision is to be an organization of County Public Works professionals respected, both locally and nationally, for leadership and stewardship addressing the infrastructure and service needs of society.

Recent News

2019 Annual Conference Recap

The 2019 WSACE Annual Conference was held June 18-20 at Semiahmoo Resort in Blaine. Thanks to Whatcom County for being such gracious hosts and sharing this beautiful part of the State. Festivities kicked off Tuesday, June 18th with a golf outing at Dakota Creek Golf...

Pierce County’s Brian Stacy Wins National Award

The National Association of County Engineers (NACE) awarded Pierce County, Washington County Engineer Brian Stacy, P.E, the 2018 Urban County Engineer of the Year award during its Annual Conference held April 14-18 in Wichita, Kansas. Stacy has served as Pierce County...

Upcoming Events

2020 County Leaders Conference

VIRTUAL - November 17-19, 2020

Annual Conference 2021

June 2021

The 2021 Annual Conference will take place in mid-June in Chelan, County. The 2021 Professional Development conference will be folded into the Annual Conference. Check back here in early 2021 for more information.

Professional Development 2021

Postponed until June 2021

The 2021 Professional Development Conference will be rolled into the 2021 Annual Conference