Sustaining Places Through the
Comprehensive Plan

February 18, 2015
4–5:30 p.m. ET

Sustainability and comprehensive planning can run on two separate tracks within local government. To create sustaining places, the programs have to come together — but how? APA has worked with 13 communities to develop standards for integrating sustainability into comprehensive plans. Hear about the standards and the goals behind them. Find out what goes into the plan, and get tips for successful public participation and plan implementation. Officials and their staff will see what makes a good comprehensive plan and how it can guide the community's future.

Cosponsored by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

Panelists

Paul DiGiuseppe
Principal Planner
CNU-A
Imagine Austin Team
City of Austin Planning and Development Review Department
Austin, TX

Jennifer C. Rigby, AICP
Long Range Planner
New Hanover County
Wilmington, NC

David C. Rouse, AICP
Managing Director of Research
American Planning Association
Washington, DC

Abby Wiles
Assistant Planning & Zoning Administrator
Goshen City Planning
Goshen, IN

Benjamin A. Herman, FAICP, moderator
Clarion Associates
Fort Collins, CO

Certification Maintenance

This audio/web conference has been approved for CM | 1.5


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Live Program Only

  • AICP members $160/175
  • Non-AICP members $160/175

Live Program and Online Recording

  • AICP members $200/215
  • Non-AICP members $200/215

Unlimited number of attendees at a location


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