Above all else, membership in the New York State County Highway Superintendents Association is your link to your colleagues throughout the state. Through membership, tapping the expertise of fellow members is just a phone call away. As a member, you will be given the Association’s annual yearbook, which contains a complete directory of County Highway Superintendents, Commissioners of Public Works, and industry representatives, as well as a wealth of other useful information. Through membership, you can grow professionally by exchanging ideas with your fellow members and transportation industry experts at the Association’s Winter and Summer Conferences. You will also receive mailings and faxes on timely issues and events, legislative updates, conference announcements and access to Association representatives in Albany.
Membership will help you stay on top of the latest technology to do your job more efficiently. The Association’s Winter Conference is accompanied by an industry trade show where the latest developments in transportation and public works products are showcased. Membership in NYSCHSA gives a powerful boost to your influence in New York State government. Instead of just one individual’s voice, the Association speaks with the authority of all the state’s County Highway Superintendents and Commissioners of Public Works to inform decision makers at all levels what’s best for the county infrastructure of New York State.
By becoming a member, you help yourself and the County or company you serve.
In 1909, a group of County Highway Superintendents met in Saratoga Springs, New York. Their intent: to form a close-knit organization that would support and inform its members and help them to do their jobs in a more efficient manner. Click here to read more.
The Continuing Education Consortium (CEC) was formed by the New York State County Highway Superintendents Association, Inc. (NYSCHSA) in the Spring of 2004 to provide accredited training and professional development programs to all industry professionals involved in the building and maintenance of New York's highways and bridges. Click here to read more.