(623) 581-3597

About The Event

The APWA Government Affairs Committee, invites you to attend the first luncheon of the new year.  Join us as  Senate President Karen Fann provides a preview of the upcoming legislative session, state priorities and where infrastructure funding falls within those priorities.

Senate President Karen Fann was elected in November of 2016 to represent Legislative District 1, which covers 8,000 square smiles throughout Yavapai County and portions of Maricopa County. She previously served this district from 2011 to 2016 as a State Representative. Karen moved to Prescott at the age of four and has been a life-long Republican. Senator Fann currently serves as the Chair of the Rules Committee.

Karen is the owner and CEO of a highway construction company specializing in the installation of guardrail and signs throughout the State of Arizona, which recently celebrated its 35th business anniversary. Safety on Arizona’s roads is one of her biggest priorities.  Karen has been a staunch supporter of transportation infrastructure throughout her tenure in the Arizona Legislature.


10:00am APWA Arizona Board of Directors Meeting (Open to all Members)
11:30am Registration and Networking
11:50am Lunch and Welcome by APWA President Greg Smith
12:00pm Update on projects from municipalities
12:15pm Program
1:00pm Adjourn

One Professional Development Hour will be provided.


NOTE that you must have an APWA account to register for this or any other event. You do not have to be member of APWA to create an account, and accounts are free of charge.  Click here to create an account if you do not already have one. 


Phoenix Country Club

2901 N. 7th Street, Phoenix,


Sheila Hamilton

sheila@gettingitdone.org | (623) 581-3597 | APWA Arizona

Option Details

  • Registration Fee

    Earlybird through 1/14/2019 at 5pm
    Member $30  ~  NonMember $45

    Regular Fee
    Member $45  ~  NonMember $45

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