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Membership has its' privileges...and responsibilities. Please consider joining our group  and making it yours.
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Pay Dues,Standard membership,one year: $75

Pay dues,Standard Membership,2 years: $150

Pay dues,standard membership,3 years: $225

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Member Information

Our activities include presentations by leaders in the industry and technical tours of area sites: 


Bayonne Bridge technical tour 2015 


What is the “Municipal Engineers of the City of New York”?

The Municipal Engineers of the City of New York was established as a Society on April 3, 1903 to:
• promote and advance the various engineering sciences which are employed in the government of the City of New York and to elevate the standards of proficiency of the technical services of the City.
• promote the welfare and enhance the economic standard of the City’s engineering and related services.

Who are the “Municipal Engineers of the City of New York”?
As the Society established it’s Constitution and became one of the leading technical/professional  organizations within the City, it further broadened the interpretation of professional affiliation, mission, goals, and objectives.   Today, our membership includes Engineers, Architects, Scientists as well as men and women practicing in allied fields from the public and private sectors.

What does the “Municipal Engineers of the City of New York” do?
A prominent Board of Directors and Past Presidents strive to create an exciting annual schedule of activities and events organized through various official Committees: Publications, Lecture, Inspection, Awards and Prizes, Scholarships, Publicity and Membership.

It gives us great pleasure to invite you to join our membership and enjoy the following benefits of association:
• The Municipal Engineers Journal has a wide distribution including local libraries and the National Library of Congress.

• A full roster of educational programming with monthly presentations and field inspections features metropolitan area public works, such as the New York City reservoir/water distribution system and wastewater abatement facilities, the East River bridges and other architecturally or historically significant structures. Most of our lectures are approved by PIE, and members receive a Professional Development Hour (PDH) for attending.

• Our calendar includes annual special events including the Wimmer Memorial Forum and Reception, Scholarship Presentations and a Dinner Dance honoring our Engineer/Architect or the Year and Industry Leaders.

• In recent years we have developed special programs for new entrants into the workforce including our Young Engineer of the Year Award and a Project of the Year contest.






We extend our invitation to you to consider joining this illustrious group of technical professionals and students who share the aims and efforts of our predecessors, and present and future co-workers and contributors.

Member Activities

Topics of recent presentations included new technical approaches used by New York City's various agencies, and design and construction of varied transportation venues. 

We encourage engineering students' interest in municipal-based projects and in the MENY. We reach out to local area colleges and universities for their participation.

Let us know if there are any events or updates you would like to share with fellow members.

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