See who won the 2015 awards and what great things are happening in their communities. These are good examples of what you can try in your own community.
Check out this culminating video of AWC's 82nd Annual Conference.
Ten high school seniors will receive a $1,250 scholarship award from the AWC Center for Quality Communities.
AWC has worked throughout the session to remind legislators of the importance of state-shared revenues and programs to preserve public safety, build infrastructure, promote economic development, and maintain quality communities. See what may be at risk for cities.
After its own police-involved shooting, Pasco avoided Ferguson, Missouri’s fate. But the Eastern Washington community’s long-term outlook still hinges on its ability to foster racial and economic equity. Read it now.
AWC's Board of Directors announced that Peter B. King will be AWC's next Chief Executive Officer. Peter started his career with AWC and was on staff for 11 years, eventually holding the position of Director of Operations. Now, after many years of successful nonprofit and municipal association management experience, Peter returns to AWC as the fifth leader in the association's 82-year history.
Washington cities may be disproportionately impacted by the Affordable Care Act's excise tax on high cost health coverage. Because of this concern, AWC submitted comments, on behalf of its member cities and towns, to the IRS on Notice 2015-16 regarding the ACA's High Cost Plan Excise Tax.
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