• 11 May 2018 12:00 PM | Anonymous

    Seal Coat Best Management Practices
    Seal coating asphalt pavement is widely accepted and is considered a very effective maintenance activity for the preservation of good asphalt surfaces. Choosing the right sections of pavement is where it all begins.

    Project Selection
    It is recommended that a seal coat application be applied to pavements that meet the following criteria:
    • PASER rating of 5 or better
    • Cross culverts inspected and replaced as necessary
    • Recently crack filled (12months or less)
    • Failed pavement areas have been excavated and base patched
    • Minor ruts or depressions have been wedged with hot mix asphalt (HMA)
    • Gravel shoulders have been recently graded to standards

    See the Entire Seal Coat Best Management Practices Document here.

  • 19 Apr 2018 12:00 PM | Anonymous

    The National Association of County Engineers and the Wisconsin County Highway Association held a successful NACE 2018 Annual Meeting/Management & Technical Conference April 22-26, 2018 in Wisconsin Dells.  See photos from the event here.

    “As the largest gathering of infrastructure professionals nationwide, we were proud to host the NACE Annual Meeting/Management & Technical Conference here in Wisconsin,” said WCHA Executive Director Daniel Fedderly.  “The four days were packed with educational sessions, innovative product displays and networking opportunities. It was great to showcase our beautiful state and lead discussions with national leaders in the industry.”

    The event included:

    • Over 400 County Road Officials
    • Over 100 Exhibits at the Expo
    • Over 75 Presentations
    • Over 14 Networking Opportunities
    • Over 12 Professional Development Hours

    View more information about the NACE 2018 Annual Meeting/Management & Technical Conference website here.

  • 4 Apr 2018 12:00 PM | Anonymous

    The April 2018 Wisconsin Counties magazine features Wisconsin county highway departments and takes a comprehensive look at the work they do.

    “We were excited to work with the Wisconsin Counties Association on this issue to highlight all the work county departments are doing around the state year-round,” said WCHA Executive Director Dan Fedderly.  “It’s a great edition of the publication and we commend the Association for their work in putting the spotlight on our county highway folks.”

    Featured articles in the magazine include:

    • The Wisconsin County Highway Department: by WCHA Executive Director Dan Fedderly
    • This is How County Highway Departments Save Lives: by Wisconsin Transportation Information Center Director Benjamin J. Jordan
    • Changing of the Seasons in County Highway Departments: Price County Highway Commissioner Don Grande
    • Finding Efficiencies and Reducing Costs: WCA Government Affairs Association and WCHA Liaison Dan Bahr
    • The Growing Role of Salt Brines: WisDOT Secretary Dave Ross
    • Sheboygan County Makes Investments in Transportation Infrastructure: Sheboygan County Transportation Director Greg Schnell
    • Working Together Spells Success for Transportation: TDA Executive Director Craig Thompson

    In addition, county highway commissioners from around Wisconsin are quoted throughout the magazine, answering WCA survey questions such as “What is the most important thing the county highway department performs?”

    The Wisconsin Counties Association plans to promote the work of Wisconsin county highway departments throughout the month of April.  You can view the entire magazine electronically here.

  • 21 Jan 2018 12:00 PM | Anonymous

    Attendee Information
    The WCHA Conference Coordinating Committee held their Winter Road School (Highway Conference) January 15-17, 2018 at Chula Vista Resort in Wisconsin Dells.

    Highway Commissioners/Public Works Directors & Office Managers/Committee Members/ State Officials/Corporate Sponsors/Associate Members attended this event.

    Presentations from the 2018 Winter Road School are now online, members please access them by visiting the Member Site.

    2018 Winter Road School Additional Agendas

  • 15 Oct 2017 12:00 PM | Anonymous

    The WCHA Professional Development and Leadership Conference will begin on Monday, December 4th and formally end on Tuesday, December 5th at the Jefferson Street Inn in Wausau. A breakfast buffet will be provided on Tuesday for all registered attendee’s.

    The conference is for highway committee members, commissioners, engineers and superintendents that want to improve their professional development and leadership skills.

    Please make your own room reservation by referencing the Wisconsin County Highway Association. The block will be reserved until November 5th. Single room rates are $82 and will be the responsibility of each County. The number for reservations is 715-845-6500. The fax number is 715-845-3133.

    For additional information and to register for the WCHA Professional Development & Leadership Conference, click here.

  • 19 Sep 2017 12:00 PM | Anonymous

    The WCHA-LDG Conference Coordinating Committee/Green Lake/Marquette Counties hosted the 2017 Annual Road School September 11-14, 2017 in Wisconsin Dells.

    View presentations from the event here.

    Gary L. Kennedy
    WCHA Professional Development Director 1355 North 16th Street
    Manitowoc, WI 54220
    Cell Phone (920) 323-6500
    E-mail: hwygary@ameritech.net

  • 23 Jul 2017 12:00 PM | Anonymous

    WCHA leadership were in Columbus, Ohio the week of July 21-24, 2017 attending the National Association of Counties (NACo) Annual Conference.

    While at the national convention, WCHA representatives, including Secretary Mark Servi and WCHA Past Chair Terry Henck attended the NACo Transportation Steering Committee.

    To see photographs from the NACo Annual Conference and WCHA representatives, click here.

  • 9 Jun 2017 12:00 PM | Anonymous

    Congratulations to all those who participated in the 2017 WCHA Summer Road School Golf Tournament at Chula Vista.

    This year’s winners were from Northeast Asphalt and Flint Hills Resources.  Pictured here are Randy Holladay, Brian Enders, Kevin Gannon and Jon Leach.

  • 20 Apr 2017 12:00 PM | Anonymous

    WCHA representatives attended the National Association of County Engineers (NACE) Annual Conference April 9-13, 2017 in Cincinnati, Ohio.  The event is the largest gathering of county infrastructure officials nationwide.

    The group was there to promote the 2018 NACE Annual Conference which will be held at Chula Vista, Resort in Wisconsin Dells.

  • 13 Apr 2017 12:00 PM | Anonymous

    The WCHA Conference Coordinating Committee will be hosting the 2017 State Summer Highway Conference (Road School) in Wisconsin Dells at the Chula Vista Resort on June 5-7, 2017.

    Our Road School is anticipated to have over 500 in attendance, which will be comprised of Highway Commissioners, Highway Committee Officials, Engineers, Associate Members, WisDOT Officials and spouses/guests representing all areas of the state.

    To register for the 2017 Summer Road School, click here.

    See the 2017 Summer Road School Draft Agenda Here.

    Corporate Partners
    To help make the 2017 WCHA Road School a success; we welcome your corporate participation. The Association is offering multiple areas for your participation in various conference activities. There are a number of options including indoor/outdoor exhibit areas/booths, hospitality rooms, sponsorship of coffee/soda breaks, meal programs, etc. You may review the participation choices for vendor booth & sponsorship for Summer Highway Conference 2017 here.

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