- Dates: January 14−17, 2020
- Location: Cragun's Resort and Hotel on Gull Lake
This annual professional development conference provides opportunities for county engineers and staff to gain insight into new trends and professional practices in transportation related to county highway engineering and related issues.
Retirees: $105 (Tuesday and Wednesday only)
Use the online registration when registering yourself and/or multiple people and paying with a credit card. After registering online you will receive “Registration Confirmation” and “Receipt” e-mails from firstname.lastname@example.org (you may want to check your Spam folder if you don’t see these in your inbox).
Use paper registration form if you need to have the fee billed to your organization. Register by mail, email, or fax.
Location and Accommodations
The conference will be held at Cragun’s, 11000 Craguns Drive, Brainerd, MN 56401
Cragun's Lodge Registration
The deadline for preferred lodging is December 21, 2018.
Continuing Education Units
This conference awards 1.20 University of Minnesota, College of Continuing and Professional Studies CEUs to those attending all sessions. One University of Minnesota, College of Continuing and Professional Studies CEU is defined as 10 contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction. A CEU certificate will be sent to each participant after the conference. A permanent record of CEUs earned will be maintained by the University of Minnesota Admissions and Record Transcript Office.
*Krysten Foster, Lake County
Sue Miller, Freeborn County
Mitch Rasmussen, State Aid for Local Transportation, Minnesota Department of Transportation
Wayne Sandberg, Washington County
*Jodi Teich, Stearns County
Andrew Witter, Sherburne County
Kristi Fischer, College of Continuing and Professional Studies, University of Minnesota (ex officio)
Teresa Washington, College of Continuing and Professional Studies, University of Minnesota (ex officio)
Alicia Anderson, College of Continuing and Professional Studies, University of Minnesota (ex officio)