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APA California Chapter, Orange Section

The Orange County Section of the APA California Chapter includes over 500 professional planners in southern California representing the public, private and academic sectors. The Orange County Section is a non-profit organization devoted to advance the science of physical, economic and social planning at the local, regional, state and national levels.


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Placemaking on a Budget

Stephanie Roxas, AICP

Placemaking on a Budget

Al Zelinka, FAICP

Placemaking on a Budget

Jennifer Mansur, AICP

Placemaking on a Budget

Gena L. Guisar, AICP

The speakers used great stories to describe the concept of Placemaking on a Budget. It was great to try and apply these principles to a real world project.
Placemaking on a Budget

Gustavo N. Gonzalez, AICP

Great workshop! Very applicable to the work of planners in all communities.
Planning for a Healthy OC (Part II)

Gustavo N. Gonzalez, AICP

Planning for a Healthy OC (Part II)

Alice Houseworth, AICP

Planning for a Healthy OC (Part II)

Craig S. Neustaedter, AICP

Planning for a Health OC

Starla H. Barker, AICP

Planning for a Health OC

Alice Houseworth, AICP

need to post PPT along with web links for more information.
Planning for a Health OC

Christy Teague, AICP

Parking Reform Made Easy

Gayle P. Ackerman, AICP

very informative
Parking Reform Made Easy

Alice Houseworth, AICP

Parking Reform Made Easy

Elaine Y. Thienprasiddhi, AICP

Enjoyed the speaker and concepts.
Parking Reform Made Easy

Jennifer Mansur, AICP

Parking Reform Made Easy

Susan Jane Kim, AICP

Parking Reform Made Easy

David Brantley, AICP

Parking Reform Made Easy

Stephanie Roxas, AICP

Very informative presentation on the opportunities available to cities to begin a paradigm shift away from minimum parking standards. The instructor provided real-life case studies applicable to planners in Orange County, CA that used economic development incentives to overcome political opposition.
Parking Reform Made Easy

Brenda Diane Wisneski, AICP

Parking Reform Made Easy

William A. Ramsey, AICP

Well-organized, informative and excellently presented. For younger planners, it provided an excellent perspective on why we must constantly question how and why we do what we do and seek new approaches to solving the parking problem in a creative and locally-relevant ways.