2020
ASFPM Annual
National Conference

June 7-11, 2020
Fort Worth, Texas

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The Premier Flood Conference

Flood-risk professionals from all over the world attend the Association of State Floodplain Managers’ annual floodplain management conference. Our 44th conference will be held June 7-11, 2020 at the Convention Center in Fort Worth, Texas. Join 1,000+ other attendees to network with local, state, regional, tribal and federal officials, industry leaders, consultants and a wide variety of subject matter experts from diverse fields who will give presentations relevant to our theme, “Resiliency Where The West Begins.”

The conference is conducted by the ASFPM, the world’s leading voice for sound floodplain management, with 18,000+ practitioners, 10,000 Certified Floodplain Managers, 37 chapters and 79 corporate and agency partners worldwide.

 

2020 ASFPM Annual Conference - Fort Worth, Texas 2020 ASFPM Annual National Conference Timeline

Call for Abstracts September 2019
Hotel Room Block opens for reservations October 2019
Exhibitor and Sponsorship information posted October 2019
Presentation Submittal DEADLINE October 31, 2019
Presenter Selection notification January 2020
Conference Program posted January 2020
Registration opens February 2020
Early Bird Registration discount DEADLINE April 5, 2020
Sponsor Production DEADLINE May 8, 2020
Exhibitor Production DEADLINE May 29, 2020
ASFPM Conference begins June 7, 2020
Exhibits open June 8, 2020
 

Conference Location

Convention Center

Fort Worth Convention Center
1201 Houston Street
Fort Worth, TX 76102

The 2020 ASFPM Annual National Conference will take place at the Fort Worth Convention Center.

Hotels

ASFPM has contracted with the Omni Fort Worth, Sheraton Fort Worth Downtown and the Hilton Fort Worth. All three hotels are located within walking distance of the Fort Worth Convention Center.

Information on making hotel room reservations will be available in October.

Omni Fort Worth

1300 Houston Street
Fort Worth, TX 76102
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Omni Hotel Fort Worth Texas

The Omni Fort Worth is located adjacent to the Fort Worth Convention Center and within walking distance from the city’s cultural centers, restaurants, and nightlife. It features a rooftop pool and several dining options onsite.

Standard Rate: $199
Per Diem Rate: Prevailing Government Per Diem

Sheraton Fort Worth Downtown

1701 Commerce Street
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Website

Omni Hotel Fort Worth Texas

The Sheraton Fort Worth Downtown is located a short five-minute walk from the Fort Worth Convention Center. It features a state of the art fitness center and dining at their onsite restaurant, Chef's Table.

Standard Rate: $169 for single/double
Per Diem Rate: Prevailing Government Per Diem

Hilton Fort Worth

815 Main Street
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Website

Hilton Fort Worth Texas

The Hilton Fort Worth is located a short four-minute walk from the Fort Worth Convention Center. This hotel is the scene of 35th President John F. Kennedy’s final address on the morning of November 22, 1963. This elegant landmark hotel is just a few yards from Sundance Square where you can enjoy outdoor concerts and popular restaurants. Ruth’s Chris Steak House is also located on-site.

Standard Rate: $189 for single/double
Per Diem Rate: Prevailing Government Per Diem

Forth Worth, Texas

Fort Worth is the 13th-largest city in the United States and part of the No. 1 tourist destination in Texas, welcoming more than 9.4 million visitors annually. Comprised of eleven primary entertainment districts each offering distinct dining, shopping, entertainment, and cultural amenities. In only a few days you can enjoy a range of experiences: from NASCAR racing to rodeos, world-class museums to cowboy cuisine, boutique shopping to a Top 5 zoo, biking to horseback riding.

Learn more visit www.fortworth.com

Fort Worth Fun Facts
  • Stockyards National Historic District features Fort Worth's western heritage, including daily cattle drives, year-round rodeo, and the world's largest honky-tonk.
  • Cultural District contains five world-class museums, designed by renowned architects, in a walkable, landscaped area.
  • Vibrant, walkable downtown features Sundance Square Plaza, nightlife, Bass Performance Hall, corporate headquarters, green spaces, and public art.
  • Fort Worth bike-share program offers more than 40 stations connecting the city's leading attractions.
  • Home to contemporary western cuisine, innovative breweries and distilleries, and the annual Fort Worth Food and Wine Festival.
  • In 1909, the Fort Worth Zoo opened as the first zoo in Texas.
  • 20 minutes from DFW International Airport and AT&T Stadium.
  • Home to TCU, a national university, and member of Big 12 Conference.
  • 60 percent of America's paper money is printed at the U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth (tours are available). It is the only facility outside of Washington D.C.
  • Fort Worth's Texas Motor Speedway is one of the largest racing facilities in the nation, with seating for nearly 155,000 spectators. It's home to the largest High-definition screen in the world (Big Hoss TV).
  • Fort Worth ranks high in the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index (MEI), which demonstrates the ways that many cities support the LGBT people who live and work there. With a score of 100, Fort Worth ranks among the highest in the state of Texas and greater than Houston (71), Nashville (60) and Charlotte (73).
  • Fort Worth was one of the first major cities in Texas to establish a human rights commission, in 1967. In 2009 non-discrimination protection was extended to include sexual orientation, transgender, gender expression and gender identity.

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