2019 National Planning Conference

Full Program


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  • Friday, April 12, 2019

  • Ticket Required

    Date:  April 12, 2019 Time:  6:30 PM - 10 PM PDT
    Cost
    $22.50

    Activity ID: #9165483

  • Saturday, April 13, 2019

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    Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  8 AM - 12 PM PDT
    Cost
    $50.00

    Activity ID: #9165493

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  8:30 AM - 10 AM PDT

    Activity ID: #9165445

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    Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10 AM - 12 PM PDT
    Cost
    $50.00

    Activity ID: #9165494

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    Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:30 AM - 2 PM PDT
    Cost
    $40.00

    San Francisco is not the city you thought you knew! See the planning issues the City by the Bay has to grapple with as it balances rapid growth with livability/affordability. A must-see for first-timers and return visitors
    Activity ID: #9165473

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    Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:30 AM - 5 PM PDT
    Cost
    $25.00

    The purpose of the Community Assistance Program is to serve communities facing limited resources by helping them address planning issues such as social equity and affordability, economic development, sustainability, consensus building, and urban design, among others. By pairing expert urban planning professionals from around the country with residents and other stakeholders from local communities,
    Activity ID: #9165341

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:45 AM - 12 PM PDT

    Autism’s increasing prevalence calls for planners to plan and design the public realm to improve the quality of life for people with autism. Find out about planning and design standards that create places where people with autism can thrive.
    Activity ID: #9165241
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:45 AM - 12 PM PDT

    San Francisco Bay Area communities, ripe with the challenges planners face nationwide, have found new opportunities to innovate. Take a virtual trip around the Bay and learn about regional planning strategies, adapting to the shared economy, and planning for diversity.
    Activity ID: #9165423
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:45 AM - 12 PM PDT

    Hear a frank conversation about gender, race and equity in planning. Listen as planners in the private sector, government affairs, philanthropy and academia share tips for shaping a planning career that addresses LGBTQ issues, racial equity, international, and immigrant justice.
    Activity ID: #9165231
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:45 AM - 12 PM PDT

    Shared, autonomous, convenient. Mobility companies are promising new technologies with these traits. How do communities create policy that meets their goals and adapts to this changing environment? Learn how San Francisco did by using something these companies espouse: data.
    Activity ID: #9165182
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:45 AM - 12 PM PDT

    This curated selection of ten bite-size presentations aims to entertain and inform you. They capture the flavor of today's planning from a variety of perspectives. This grouping is ideal for those interested in a mix of planning issues, from new mobility, to community design, to freight planning, to big data, and more.
    Activity ID: #9165433
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:45 AM - 12 PM PDT

    Without a reliable food supply, even the most advanced city would collapse. Climate change and population growth are making our cities and the agricultural systems that support them more vulnerable than ever. Explore how urban agriculture is shifting this trajectory.
    Activity ID: #9165171
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:45 AM - 12 PM PDT

    Communities around the country struggle to maintain and create housing that is affordable and appealing for households across the income spectrum. Examine results from market-driven strategies that are creating mixed-income housing in the Bay Area, Detroit, and the Northeast.
    Activity ID: #9165311
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:45 AM - 12 PM PDT

    Reforming the rules of a bureaucracy can seem like an impossible task but when done right, reform can have massive impact. Learn about new methods for bureaucratic reform, utilizing big data and smart policy.
    Activity ID: #9165261
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:45 AM - 12 PM PDT

    The Port of Los Angeles has massive health, environmental justice, and economic impacts on neighboring San Pedro and Wilmington. Hear from the researcher, an academic, a board member, and a community health organizer about the recent land-use study of off-port impacts.
    Activity ID: #9165321
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:45 AM - 12 PM PDT

    We are the leaders we have been waiting for. Find out how these passionate planners got political and became influential changemakers who ran for office, councils, and commissions, brought in a planner’s perspective, and made huge impacts to their communities.
    Activity ID: #9165181
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:45 AM - 12 PM PDT

    San Francisco is witnessing an urban renaissance of epic proportion. Leaders from the planning, economic development, urban advocacy and architecture sectors engage in a conversation on San Francisco’s transformation and reflect on the city’s past, present and future.
    Activity ID: #9165331
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:45 AM - 12 PM PDT

    Learn about specific capital planning approaches used by the city of New York, the county of Los Angeles, and the District of Columbia to achieve planning objectives, and about the vital role of capital investments in community revitalization.
    Activity ID: #9165183
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:45 AM - 12 PM PDT

    Montgomery County, Maryland, is paving the way as the first suburban jurisdiction to adopt Vision Zero, a policy to eliminate traffic-related fatalities and severe injuries. Think this is ambitious? Learn how this policy is informing plans for safer suburban streets.
    Activity ID: #9165291
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:45 AM - 12 PM PDT

    Policy experts and practitioners present a novel proposal to facilitate garage to apartment conversions, share the highs and lows of municipal ADU program administration, and highlight the key tensions underlying efforts to reform ADU zoning.
    Activity ID: #9165201
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:45 AM - 12:15 PM PDT

    What authority do local governments have to regulate increasingly popular short-term rental services such as Airbnb? Policy and compliance professionals discuss effective regulations, legal challenges, and prosecutions affecting short-term rentals.
    Activity ID: #9165413
    CM | 1.50
    L | 1.50

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:45 AM - 12:15 PM PDT

    Understanding privilege means awareness of how race, gender, sexuality, religion, and class affect us. Following AICP ethics guidelines to “seek social justice” can lead to discussions about privilege producing feelings of discomfort, defensiveness, or guilt. This session includes activities and strategies for avoiding pitfalls.
    Activity ID: #9165403
    CM | 1.50
    E | 1.50

  • Ticket Required

    Food Included

    Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:45 AM - 7:15 PM PDT
    Cost
    $128.00

    This session aims to provide planners with a comprehensive overview of cultural landscapes as important places within our built environment, introduce a methodology for identifying and understanding a place's character-defining features, and develop treatment options that respect a place's historic character.
    Activity ID: #9165342

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    Food Included

    Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  10:45 AM - 7:45 PM PDT
    Cost
    $125.00

    This tour explores the built results of California’s first adopted form-based codes, the 400-acre Central Petaluma SmartCode, which stimulated urban revitalization in a historic downtown, and the Central Hercules Form-Based Code, which envisioned 700 acres of new walkable neighborhoods.
    Activity ID: #9165371

  • Ticket Required

    Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  11 AM - 2:30 PM PDT
    Cost
    $40.00

    San Francisco is not the city you thought you knew! See the planning issues the City by the Bay has to grapple with as it balances rapid growth with livability/affordability. A must-see for first-timers and return visitors.
    Activity ID: #9165474

  • Ticket Required

    Food Included

    Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  11 AM - 3 PM PDT
    Cost
    $55.00

    In the midst of the housing crisis in the San Francisco Bay Area, learn about stabilization efforts and successes to address displacement in the Mission District — one of the neighborhoods with the most evictions.
    Activity ID: #9165392

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    Food Included

    Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  11:15 AM - 3:45 PM PDT
    Cost
    $95.00

    Oakland’s urban wineries are housed in renovated warehouse spaces, but the wine quality is second to none. The Urban Wine Trail is walkable, houses a number of wineries and is in the waterfront/produce historical district.
    Activity ID: #9165382

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    Food Included

    Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  11:30 AM - 3 PM PDT
    Cost
    $45.00

    City planners, developers, and environmental consultants lead a mobile workshop in the Market Street Hub Plan area (Market Street and South Van Ness Avenue) to discuss and explore this dynamic and rapidly changing part of San Francisco.
    Activity ID: #9165361

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    Food Included

    Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  11:30 AM - 4:30 PM PDT
    Cost
    $80.00

    Ten years after adoption, San Francisco’s Central Waterfront Plan is reshaping the city’s industrial core. Tour new infill projects, public spaces, emerging mega-projects at Pier 70 and Potrero Power Station, and the creative/industrial businesses that make this district unique.
    Activity ID: #9165383

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    Food Included

    Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  11:45 AM - 4:45 PM PDT
    Cost
    $45.00

    An affordable refuge for vulnerable populations, the Tenderloin recently became an attractive place to move given the city’s affordability crisis. The city, community, and developers are working in the neighborhood, sometimes in support and sometimes in opposition, to balance priorities.
    Activity ID: #9165384

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    Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  12 PM - 2 PM PDT
    Cost
    $35.00

    Led by the urban planners and architects behind the policies and design of downtown San Francisco, this indulging tour uncovers the secrets and rich history, plans and guidelines that literally shape the buildings and public spaces of downtown SF.
    Activity ID: #9165351

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    Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  12 PM - 4 PM PDT
    Cost
    $55.00

    Burning Man has evolved beyond a single event to a social movement and an organization that fosters participatory art and civic engagement in urban contexts worldwide. Tour spectacular art, meet the artists, and visit the headquarters of this global phenomenon.
    Activity ID: #9165372

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    Food Included

    Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  12:15 PM - 2:45 PM PDT
    Cost
    $45.00

    Discover the Tenderloin through its historic neon signs and learn about the efforts to preserve, restore, and illuminate these glowing works of art. Guides include experts in typography, the history and culture of the Tenderloin, and San Francisco's neon collection.
    Activity ID: #9165352

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  1 PM - 2:15 PM PDT

    An unprecedented Dallas-led consortium of 21 Dallas-Fort Worth cities and housing authorities partnered with a university to respond to HUD’s required Assessment of Fair Housing. What are the lessons and takeaways, especially after HUD suspended the AFFH rule’s mandated assessment?
    Activity ID: #9165251
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  1 PM - 2:15 PM PDT

    Planning for climate adaptation is a moving target. With ever evolving data and methods, projects can get bogged down in analyses. Come hear how regional resilience planning initiatives in California and New Jersey are moving beyond assessments to promote action.
    Activity ID: #9165191
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  1 PM - 2:15 PM PDT

    Autonomous vehicles will begin to revolutionize mobility in communities across the country by 2020. Learn how the nation’s largest cities are preparing for this transformative new technology.
    Activity ID: #9165161
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  1 PM - 2:15 PM PDT

    Achieving future generations of healthy towns will require partnerships between public entities and the private sector. Case studies will be examined that explore UK and American approaches in leveraging public and private collaboration and resources to implement healthy town projects.
    Activity ID: #9165152
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  1 PM - 2:15 PM PDT

    Planning and design of capitol campuses demonstrate how state governments address issues of facilities, sustainability, workplace, placemaking, and parking in the context of capital cities and downtowns. Capitol campuses in Richmond, Virginia, and Lincoln, Nebraska, provide two exemplary case studies undertaking revitalization.
    Activity ID: #9165312
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  1 PM - 2:15 PM PDT

    The National Cohesive Wildland Fire Strategy builds the first "big tent" for effective wildland fire planning at all levels of government. Ask our experts how planners, regulators, responders and NGO's can develop plans for fire adapted communities, resilience and recovery.
    Activity ID: #9165193
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  1 PM - 2:15 PM PDT

    Revitalization programs of all forms rely on three essential factors: engagement, financing, and applying the right tools. Listen and learn as varied perspectives weigh in on the strategy and gravity of microprojects as catalysts of revitalization in communities across the country.
    Activity ID: #9165232
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  1 PM - 2:15 PM PDT

    Physical design of our built environment is one of the most dominant influences on quality of life. Comprehensive Plans always include goals and guidelines intended to influence development. Plans that are more visual are increasingly viewed as being more effective.
    Activity ID: #9165252
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  1 PM - 2:15 PM PDT

    Most communities are familiar with using flood maps to guide sound floodplain management decisions. FEMA has also developed a suite of ready-made products designed to inform mitigation actions. Learn about the user-friendly Flood Risk Products.
    Activity ID: #9165281
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  1 PM - 2:15 PM PDT

    Cultural planning can be an equitable planning approach that sustains community identity and cultures of place. Learn how Boston, Oakland, and Washington, D.C., have taken three different approaches to creating and implementing equity-driven cultural plans. Learn about how cultural planning can stimulate equitable, arts-centered revitalization that engages diverse demographics and shares power in
    Activity ID: #9165434
    CM | 1.25

  • Ticket Required

    Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  1 PM - 2:15 PM PDT
    Cost
    $50.00

    Activity ID: #9165496

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  1 PM - 2:15 PM PDT

    Encounter frank discussion among planners at varying stages in their careers on the challenges of both maintaining and managing idealism in professional planning. Topics include the evolution of ideals, disillusionment, and the integrating of ideals into practice.
    Activity ID: #9165262
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  1 PM - 2:15 PM PDT

    This panel brings together three examples of historically industrial areas that are transitioning away from industry entirely or are trying to find a balance between traditional, heavy manufacturing and newer uses such as small-scale manufacturing, innovation, or residential.
    Activity ID: #9165242
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  1 PM - 2:15 PM PDT

    The session describes and compares how different US and international planning organizations and initiatives integrate sustainable planning at regional and city levels, exploring if one level does or should set the agenda or context for the other.
    Activity ID: #9165192
    CM | 1.25

  • Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  1 PM - 2:15 PM PDT

    Authors of chapters in the new book "Parking and the City" explain how parking reforms can produce major benefits for cities, the economy, and the environment.
    Activity ID: #9165332
    CM | 1.25

  • Ticket Required

    Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  1 PM - 4 PM PDT
    Cost
    $75.00

    Poor and working-class communities of color are experiencing cultural clashes with new, wealthier residents as development returns to cities. How can planners respond to conflicts such as Oakland’s Lake Merritt BBQ incident using public space to address the dynamics of privilege?
    Activity ID: #9165385

  • Ticket Required

    Date:  April 13, 2019 Time:  1 PM - 6 PM PDT
    Cost
    $40.00

    Broadway was once a thriving hub of public life and commerce in Oakland, but fell into decline during the era of suburbanization. See how the Uptown redevelopment and Broadway Valdez District Specific Plan are bringing Broadway back to life.
    Activity ID: #9165362

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