Fiscal Impact Analysis as a Decision Support Tool
December 4, 2013
4:00 to 5:00 p.m. ET
Until recently, few jurisdictions prepared their own fiscal impact analyses to assist land-use decisions. But since the economic downturn, local governments have increasingly turned to fiscal and economic analysis as a decision support tool, particularly with an eye toward return on investment. Many planners have only a superficial understanding of fiscal impact analysis. This lecture concentrates on distinguishing between fiscal and economic impacts, understanding differences in local government revenue structures and how they influence the fiscal results from different land uses, and investigating how various communities use fiscal impact analyses to support planning and economic development decisions.
L. Carson Bise, AICP
This audio/web conference has been approved for CM | 1.0
Registration and Pricing
Live Program Only
- AICP members $90/105
- Non-AICP members $110/125
Live Program and Online Recording
- AICP members $130/145
- Non-AICP members $150/165
Unlimited number of attendees at a location
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