Welcome to Our New Website

Launch Notice Update - March 14, 2022

NYSCHSA is very pleased to share with you our new website and online resource center. We will be rolling out the website and its functionality in two stages over the next couple of weeks. We are using this first week as a "shakedown cruise" in order to get things rolling!  Note: Members cannot utilize the login or join function at this time.

Initial Launch/Phase 1 - Content Available. Members can register for Local Roads Are Essential Virtual Rally and/or submit a CE Presentation Proposal for our 2022 Summer Conference. They can also direct link to the NACE 2022 Conference offerings.

Phase 2 - Full website functionality activated--including member login and join/renew functions. We will send an e-mail to all members and supporters notifying you when we have activated the full site. Please watch for this notification. We have moved Phase 2 implementation by the end of the week of March 14 to ensure that everything is ready to work perfectly for you.

We look forward to everyone exploring our new website as we continue its rollout in the weeks ahead! Thank you for your understanding--and ongoing support of NYSCHSA!     

 

Whether you are a longtime member of NYSCHSA, have recently joined or are considering becoming a member, please look around to learn more about our Association and how to receive maximum value from your membership. Here at the site, you can:

  • Meet our Officers, Board and Office Team.
  • Learn about membership: become a member and renew your membership online.
  • Register for our Conferences, Advocacy Day and other events.
  • Find out how to obtain Professional Development Hours through our Continuing Education Consortium.
  • Read and share news items and job listings right on the home page through our new News portal and Job Board.
  • Learn about, and get involved in, our advocacy work, including the Local Roads Are Essential campaign.
  • Get information on the Local Design Agreement Program and download the required forms.
  • Find links to our sister associations and government agencies.

Check back often for the latest updates on events, educational programs and issues of importance, and please don’t hesitate to contact Association staff if you need help navigating the site.

Thank you for being part of NYSCHSA and sharing the message that Local Roads Are Essential!

Andy

Andrew P. Avery, P.E.
Chemung County
President - 2022