Conferences, Webinars, and Committees

Committees & Councils

APGA provides various avenues for members to further advocacy priorities. Our committees meet regularly, including four times a year in-person during the APGA Board & Committee Meetings. 

Interested? We encourage any APGA members to join our committees! Fill our the form below or send an email to 

Join A Committee

APGA's Legislative Subcommittee advances the legislative advocacy priorities with guidance from the Association’s Policy Resolutions. The Subcommittee communicates and advocates for these positions in the relevant legislative forums and ensures coordination with other APGA committees and similarly aligned industry groups.


The APGA Public Gas Policy Council (PGPC) is open to all elected and appointed officials (e.g. mayors and city council members) from public gas communities that own and operate their own public gas utility. Locally-elected and appointed public officials have a credible, influential, and respected voice in Washington, D.C. with their federally elected counterparts in both the House and Senate. Learn more here.

APGA's Regulatory Subcommittee advances the regulatory advocacy priorities, with guidance from the Association’s Policy Resolutions. The Subcommittee communicates and advocates these positions in the relevant regulatory forums and ensures, when appropriate, coordination with other APGA groups.


APGA Legislative Summit

Every year, APGA members travel to Washington, D.C. to meet with lawmakers on Capitol Hill. Establishing relationships with policymakers helps in efforts to advocate successfully. Many members of APGA’s Public Gas Policy Council (PGPC) also attend and participate in meetings on the Hill.

In addition to meeting with their congressional delegations, the Legislative Summit provides an opportunity to receive updates on Advocacy Priorities and training on how best to engage with policymakers throughout the year, both in D.C. and their states or districts.

The APGA Legislative Summit takes place in January in coordination with the Winter Board and Committee Meetings.

Go to the Legislative Summit webpage