2019 National Planning Conference

NPC19: 2019 National Planning Conference



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  • Off-port Land Use Environmental Justice Impacts

    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.
    April 13, 2019, 10:45 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. PDT
    • Sylvia Betancourt
    • Jesse Marquez
    • David Sloane
    #9165321
    CM | 1.25
  • Business Case for Planning Healthy Towns

    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.
    April 13, 2019, 1:00 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. PDT
    • Eleanor Eaton
    • Kelly Porter, AICP
    #9165152
    CM | 1.25
  • Tribal Planning 101: Power to Plan

    How do legislative and planning-zoning regulations on Native lands differ? Attendees will hear educators and tribal and non-tribal planning practitioners’ discuss historical and contemporary information on tribal government planning structures and help familiarize non-tribal planners with issues of Indian country.
    April 13, 2019, 1:00 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. PDT
    • Margo Hill
    • Michelle Wade, AICP
    • John Tovey, AICP
    #9169743
    CM | 1.25
  • Kayak the Bay Area Water Trail

    Experience the Bay Area's newest regional trail, the Water Trail, while exploring the San Francisco Bay shoreline by kayak. This three-hour scenic tour offers lessons-learned planning and partnering to expand public access along this iconic shoreline.
    April 13, 2019, 2:15 p.m. to April 13, 5:45 p.m. PDT
    Cost
    $119.00
    • Ben Botkin
    #9165394
    CM | 3.50
  • Elevated Chicago: Connecting People, Building Equity

    How can communities ensure transit-oriented development that advances equity and prevents displacement? Learn about the process, strategies and early outcomes of Elevated Chicago, a cross-sectoral collaborative effort to advance racial equity, climate resiliency, health outcomes and arts/culture around transit stations.
    April 13, 2019, 2:45 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. PDT
    • Marcella Bondie
    • Juan Carlos Linares
    #9165273
    CM | 1.25
  • From Parking Lots to Places

    International case studies of creative placemaking provide tools and inspiration for transforming suburban parking lots and strip malls into exciting social spaces. This course is approved to offer 1.25 LUs (AIA).
    April 13, 2019, 2:45 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. PDT
    • Paula Rees
    • Atul Sharma, AICP
    • Jason Roberts
    • Andy Altman
    #9165172
    CM | 1.25
  • Healing the Divide: Urban Interstate Caps

    Interstate freeways cut through communities and stand as barriers to connectivity, economic development, and social justice. They are also just plain ugly. Learn how to use freeway caps to bring communities together and create new developable land in your downtown. This course is approved to offer 1.25 PDH (ASLA).This course is approved to offer 1.25 LU|HSW (AIA).
    April 13, 2019, 2:45 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. PDT
    • William Murdock, AICP
    • Kelly Scocco
    • Timothy Rosenthal
    • Leslie Montgomery
    #9165301
    CM | 1.25
  • Pedestrian Placemaking for All

    Municipalities across the country recognize the multitudinous benefits of improving the public realm to support pedestrians and foster civic life. This session highlights creative ways that cities have delivered safe, interesting, inclusive, and inviting spaces for pedestrians. This course is approved to offer 1.25 LU|HSW (AIA). This course is approved to offer 1.25 PDH|HSW (ASLA).
    April 13, 2019, 2:45 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. PDT
    • Barkha Patel
    • Emily Weidenhof
    • Lily Langlois
    • Christopher Henry, AICP
    #9165414
    CM | 1.25
  • Caribbean Recovery, Walkability and Green Infrastructure

    Following 2017 hurricanes, the U.S. Virgin Islands government, FEMA, CDC, and APA partnered to begin the rebuilding process while considering the interconnectedness of the built environment, public health, and disaster risk reduction. Get an overview with a case study on St. Thomas. This course is approved to offer 1.25 LU|HSWs (AIA).
    April 13, 2019, 4:15 p.m. to April 13, 5:30 p.m. PDT
    • Emily Ussery
    • Piotr Gajewski
    • Jonathan Halfon
    #9165155
    CM | 1.25
  • Crisis Planning in the Humanitarian World

    Communities that are in crisis or conflict zones must focus on meeting their immediate needs. Planners can organize programs that address pressing problems while preparing for future development. Learn about the challenges of planning in emergencies and with humanitarian organizations.
    April 13, 2019, 4:15 p.m. to April 13, 5:30 p.m. PDT
    • Robert Schupp
    • Malkit Shoshon
    • Havard Breivik
    #9165202
    CM | 1.25
  • Overcoming Barriers for Biking to School

    Hear one path to success from an experienced panel of planners, engineers and administrators, then identify and address barriers for biking to elementary schools, turning bike policy from no to yes.
    April 13, 2019, 4:15 p.m. to April 13, 5:30 p.m. PDT
    • Erin David, AICP
    • Melodi Yanik
    #9165254
    CM | 1.25
  • Rethinking Food Systems Planning

    Learn how planners and associated professionals from across the nation are breaking down barriers to use regional food systems to foster entrepreneurship, generate jobs, develop cross-sector partnerships, address land-use inequities, and revitalize distressed neighborhoods in rural and urban communities. This course is approved to offer 1.25 PDH|HSW (ASLA).
    April 13, 2019, 4:15 p.m. to April 13, 5:30 p.m. PDT
    • Sibella Kraus
    • Elliott Smith
    • Luis Nieves-Ruiz, AICP
    • Tera Johnson
    • Mike Ortosky
    #9165173
    CM | 1.25
  • Towers, Cranes—and Street Life

    These are boom times in yesterday’s ”back-of-house” districts. Amid large traffic volumes and dizzying change, can we achieve a sense of place? In San Francisco, the streets of Yerba Buena and Transbay are ground zero for a creative placemaking response. This course is approved to offer 1.25 LUs (AIA). This course is approved to offer 1.25 PDHs (ASLA).
    April 13, 2019, 4:15 p.m. to April 13, 5:30 p.m. PDT
    • Constance Cavallas
    • Paul Chasan
    #9165436
    CM | 1.25
  • Access to Experiences, Not Acres

    We are creatures of habit. Changes in how we function require easy access to resources and reliability in the system. Learn how Montgomery Parks and Park Rx America are mapping, prioritizing and encouraging walking access to outdoor experiences, not acres. This course is approved to offer 1.25 LU|HSW (AIA). This course is approved to offer 1.25 PDH|HSW (ASLA).
    April 14, 2019, 8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. PDT
    • John Henderson
    • Christopher McGovern
    • Cristina Sassaki, AICP
    #9165212
    CM | 1.25
  • Do Smaller Schools Prevent School Violence?

    In the nation’s fifth-largest school district, school prototypes are "mega-schools" due to rapid population growth and tight budgets. Local leaders are concerned about large schools, school violence, neighborhood impacts, and poor student performance and are funding $1.5 million in interventions.
    April 14, 2019, 8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. PDT
    • John Tapogna
    • Courtney Coughenour
    #9165203
    CM | 1.25
  • Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals

    See how members of the Global Planners Network are using the Sustainable Development Goals to improve their planning. Practical examples from the U.S. and other cities show how the SDG metrics can elevate planning in places of all sizes.
    April 14, 2019, 8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. PDT
    • Stephanie Firestone
    • Eleanor Mohammed
    • Dyan Currie
    • Richard Stephens
    #9165263
    CM | 1.25
  • Smart Mobility Tool for Healthy Communities

    Health risk factors are heavily influenced by a community’s built and social environment. Development and application of the innovative “Smart Mobility” GIS model correlates land use, urban design, and transportation factors in assessing the built environment’s impact on public health.
    April 14, 2019, 8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. PDT
    • Marlon Maus
    • Tyler Johnson, AICP
    #9169718
    CM | 1.25
  • Building Better Cities with Nature

    Curious about how to harness ecosystem services as a tool in environmental planning? Using the Great Lakes basin as a case study, hear a cooperative dialogue on a timely topic for our generation. This course is approved to offer 1.25 PDH|HSW (ASLA).
    April 14, 2019, 10:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. PDT
    • Eva Marie Tropper
    • Warren Mabee
    #9165213
    CM | 1.25
  • Investing in Health, Revitalizing Rural Communities

    EPA’s Healthy Places for Healthy People joins rural community leaders and health care partners to create healthy and economically vibrant downtowns — improving health, protecting the environment, and supporting economic growth. Pilot-round communities discuss wins, challenges, and building capacity.
    April 14, 2019, 10:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. PDT
    • Kathleen Rooney
    • Gabriel Pena
    • Cary Simmons
    • Teresita Bendito
    • Stephanie Bertaina
    • Shawn Hayden
    #9165164
    CM | 1.25
  • Working Lands, Regional Resilience

    Learn about the Santa Clara Valley Agricultural Plan, funded by California’s Sustainable Agricultural Lands Conservation Program. Now being implemented, it creates a new paradigm — a regional framework that preserves working lands, supports a vibrant economy and mitigates climate change.
    April 14, 2019, 10:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. PDT
    • Amie MacPhee, AICP
    • Sibella Kraus
    • Michael Meehan
    #9165243
    CM | 1.25
  • BETTMAN SESSION: Gentrification and the Law

    This session explores historic trends and patterns in gentrification, legal tools that could be used to slow or mitigate the impacts of gentrification, the constitutional constraints on local government anti-gentrification actions, and potential unintended consequences of different interventions. This course is approved for 1.50 Illinois MCLE general credit hours.
    April 14, 2019, 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. PDT
    • William Anderson, FAICP
    • Cathy Creswell
    • Bijal Patel
    #9165405
    CM | 1.50
    L | 1.50
  • Wine in Livermore, Black Vintners Tour

    California produces 90% of the wine made in the United States. Napa and Sonoma are best known and largest areas for wine making. The Livermore Valley is lesser known and probably the oldest wine region in California. Even a lesser known fact is that there are over 15 wine makers in California, who are African American. This tour and panel discussion will visit a Black owned tasting room and hear
    April 14, 2019, 12:30 p.m. to April 14, 6:30 p.m. PDT
    Cost
    $80.00
    • Derek Hull
    • Jeanette Dinwiddie-Moore, FAICP
    #9165376
    CM | 4.50
  • Drink the Water: Trust Us!

    The Philadelphia Water Department found major socioeconomic disparities in drinking water behavior through customer research. In the wake of the Flint water crisis, discover how planners can build trust and promote safe drinking water for all through research and engagement.
    April 14, 2019, 1:00 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. PDT
    • Nina Hoe
    • Tiffany Ledesma
    • Fay Strongin
    #9165286
    CM | 1.25
  • Fun: Nightlife and Cities

    Conflicts between nightlife businesses and residents are a significant issue for vibrant neighborhoods and entertainment districts in cities nationwide. In this session, explore how innovative approaches to planning, zoning, policymaking, and design can support nightlife and residents in cities. This course is approved to offer 1.25 LUs (AIA).
    April 14, 2019, 1:00 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. PDT
    • Brian Block, AICP
    • Sarah Hannah-Spurlock
    #9165265
    CM | 1.25
  • Incorporating Schools in Growth Management Strategies

    Learn how local governments and school districts are collaborating for effective community building and quality schools. Collaboration on school siting and school capacity encourages neighborhood sustainability, discourages sprawl, and can meet the needs of new development responsibly.
    April 14, 2019, 1:00 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. PDT
    • Saralee Morrissey, FAICP
    • Karen Wolf, FAICP
    #9165157
    CM | 1.25
  • Parking Maximums: Development Barriers and Opportunities

    Developments with reduced parking provisions are less likely to be approved by financial institutions. Through an open debate between planners and lenders, this session aims to reach common ground and arm planners with key policies/financial tools to pursue these projects.
    April 14, 2019, 1:00 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. PDT
    • Ranadip Bose, AICP
    • Anthony Jordan
    • Lindsay Bayley
    • Malek Abdulsamad
    #9165275
    CM | 1.25
  • Regulating Marijuana: Legal and Planning Issues

    Thirty-three states and the District of Columbia have enacted laws legalizing marijuana in some form. This session advises planners on what must be done to comply with legal requirements when planning how to regulate – or prohibit -- marijuana businesses.
    April 14, 2019, 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. PDT
    • Karla Chaffee
    • greg minor
    #9169689
    CM | 1.50
    L | 1.50
  • Nature in the City Biodiversity Planning

    Join this mobile workshop to learn about San Francisco's pioneering biodiversity program on the fly and in the field. We will visit many sites of natural area restoration and pilot studies integration of nature in the city, including ecological services.
    April 14, 2019, 2:30 p.m. to April 14, 5:30 p.m. PDT
    Cost
    $65.00
    • Scott Edmondson, AICP
    #9165401
    CM | 4
  • Navigating Intersections of Health and Transportation

    Leaders at three Florida metropolitan planning organizations engage the audience through a spirited discussion about their work to incorporate health considerations into the transportation planning process. Their efforts are reframing the conversation regarding infrastructure investments in this growing state.
    April 14, 2019, 2:45 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. PDT
    • Whit Blanton, FAICP
    • Elizabeth Whitton, AICP
    • Valerie Neilson, AICP
    #9165195
    CM | 1.25
  • Trends in Green Roof Policy

    In 2017 San Francisco adopted a new policy that requires roofs meeting certain requirements to provide both solar and green roofs. Portland, Oregon, adopted similar requirements for vegetated roofs, and Denver passed a citizens initiative at the ballot box requiring green roofs. This course is approved to offer 1.25 LU (AIA). This course is approved to offer 1.25 PDH (ASLA).
    April 14, 2019, 2:45 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. PDT
    • Andy Creath
    • Jeff Joslin
    • Mindy Brooks
    #9165166
    CM | 1.25
  • Health and Equity in All Planning

    Learn from public health and planning practitioners how to integrate health and equity in decision- and planmaking processes, and use cross-sector collaboration to strengthen planning processes with the aim of fostering healthy, equitable communities. This course is approved to offer 2.5 LU|HSWs (AIA).
    April 14, 2019, 2:45 p.m. to April 14, 5:15 p.m. PDT
    • Ashley Hefner, AICP
    • Karen Nikolai
    • Rebecca Stonefield
    • Meaghan Overton, AICP
    • Lianne Dillon
    #9165438
    CM | 2.50
  • Placemaking's Role in Preserving Community Identity

    Preserving community identity is crucial to the future of cities. The ArtPlace America Community Developments Investments initiative has innovated an equity-centered approach to placemaking, centering community voice in the midst of neighborhood change. Learn how in this roundtable.
    April 14, 2019, 2:45 p.m. to April 14, 5:15 p.m. PDT
    • Tyler Robinson, AICP
    • Primus Wheeler
    • Grant Sunoo
    • daniel johnson
    • Enzina Marrari
    • Tina Takemoto
    #9165334
    CM | 2.50
  • Addressing Inequities in Transportation Planning

    Inequity, exclusion, and gentrification are very real issues facing many communities. This session explores timely research about bicycle lanes and gentrification; immigrant travel; Vision Zero equity and enforcement; and tangible, results-based strategies to address systematic disparities.
    April 14, 2019, 4:15 p.m. to April 14, 5:30 p.m. PDT
    • Lindsay Braun
    • Jesus Barajas
    • Anikwenze Ogbue
    #9165227
    CM | 1.25
  • Equity? Health? Planning? Yes! But How?

    Equity and health are increasingly topics of concern in communities across the country. Learn about tools and frameworks to plan for health and equity from practitioners who have put these ideas into practice.
    April 14, 2019, 4:15 p.m. to April 14, 5:30 p.m. PDT
    • Maulin Mehta, AICP
    • Gretchen Armijo, AICP
    #9165234
    CM | 1.25
  • Indigenous Knowledge and the City

    This panel highlights Indigenous Hawaiian knowledge as it is applied to the city. Explore a key assumption that Indigenous values and lifeworlds cannot be manifest and practiced in cities.
    April 15, 2019, 8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. PDT
    • Ulalia Woodside, AICP
    • Mark McKeague, AICP
    #9165236
    CM | 1.25
  • Integrating Young Voices in Transportation Planning

    Youth are typically left out of transportation planning projects even though people under 25 are active transportation users. Discover a toolbox of innovative methods for integrating untapped perspectives from future decisionmakers to better inform transportation projects.
    April 15, 2019, 8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. PDT
    • Alisa Sautter
    • Darcy Kitching
    • Morgan Huber
    • Kathleen Guthrie, AICP
    #9165197
    CM | 1.25
  • Strategies Toward Racial Equity in Planning

    A cross-sector group of San Francisco Bay Area practitioners share best practices, strategies, barriers, and opportunities for advancing racial and ethnic equity in planning. Apply those lessons to your own contexts in real time through a number of breakout sessions, and leave with immediate next steps.
    April 15, 2019, 8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. PDT
    • Darlene Flynn
    • Will Dominie
    • Danielle DeRuiter-Williams
    • Seema Adina, AICP
    #9165439
    CM | 1.25
  • Fast, Funny, and Passionate 3

    This curated selection of nine bite-sized presentations will both 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 health, to affordable housing, to emerging technology, to public engagement, and more.
    April 15, 2019, 10:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. PDT
    • Laura Schewel
    • Natasha Miles
    • Grant Wilson, AICP
    • Radha Hayagreev
    • Katherine Amidon, AICP Candidate
    • Ryan Vogel
    • Dave Biggs
    • Allison Crump, AICP
    #9171256
    CM | 1.25
  • Fostering Equity in Transportation Planning

    Regional and local agencies are increasingly recognizing their responsibility to advance equity, but how can they put policies into practice? In this panel, hear from Bay Area agencies that have converted regional policies into on-the-ground results.
    April 15, 2019, 10:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. PDT
    • Judis Santos
    • Alyssa Lane
    • Bob Allen
    • Christopher Kidd
    #9165441
    CM | 1.25
  • Goodbye Golf Courses, Hello Public Parks

    Communities are increasingly converting private golf clubs into public parks and nature preserves. See examples of success from across the nation and hear from one team working to convert a 139-acre course into their city’s next great park. This course is approved to offer 1.25 LU (AIA).
    April 15, 2019, 10:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. PDT
    • Eric Bosman, AICP
    • Mack Cain, RLA, LEED AP
    • Jan Hancock
    • Carter Lucas
    • Charlene Mingus, AICP
    #9165176
    CM | 1.25
  • Protecting Biodiversity in Urban Counties

    Los Angeles County is an urban county in a biological hot spot. The county’s Significant Ecological Areas program balances natural resource protection with development. Find out how planners, biologists, and communities engaged to improve this balance through a decades-long planning process.
    April 15, 2019, 10:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. PDT
    • Patricia Hachiya, AICP
    • Joseph Decruyenaere
    #9165309
    CM | 1.25
  • Regions as Healthy Community Engines

    Learn how one of the largest metropolitan regions in the United States — Riverside and San Bernardino counties — navigate the complexities of land use, economic development, environmental stewardship, and social justice to improve health outcomes and the built environment.
    April 15, 2019, 10:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. PDT
    • Christopher Gray, AICP
    • Josh Lee
    • Trudy Raymundo
    • Michael Osur
    #9165217
    CM | 1.25
  • African American District Strategy Confronting Gentrification

    Learn how the establishment of the African American Arts & Cultural District aims to help a community shape its future by building from a place of strength, despite an exodus of the African Americans from the Bay Area.
    April 15, 2019, 1:00 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. PDT
    • Diana Ponce De Leon
    • Shelley Caltagirone
    • Tyra Fennell
    • Ellouise Patton
    • Deven Richardson
    #9165237
    CM | 1.25
  • Reimagining Akron: Engagement, Equity, and Collaboration

    Learn how Akron, Ohio, uses investments in three diverse neighborhoods, and the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail that connects them, to knit together isolated communities through the inclusive, collaborative reimagining of public places. It also is measuring impact through a new metrics system.
    April 15, 2019, 1:00 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. PDT
    • Dan Rice
    • James Hardy
    • Kyle Kutuchief
    • Eric Nelson
    • Lisa King
    #9165269
    CM | 1.25
  • The Future of Public Space

    In this session, a diverse panel of designers, critics, artists, and policymakers explore what public space means in today’s world — across disciplines and cultures— while thinking about the future in an increasingly privatized and surveilled world.<br><br>This course is approved to offer 1.25 LU (AIA). This course is approved to offer 1.25 PDH|HSW (ASLA).
    April 15, 2019, 1:00 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. PDT
    • John King
    • Garrett Jacobs
    • Peter Kindel
    • Elizabeth Marley
    • Jae Shin
    #9165268
    CM | 1.25
  • The High Costs of Inequity

    Get a personal sense of how inequities are created and how much it can cost jurisdictions for the additional public infrastructure and services to address symptoms of inequity. Learn about data sources that can bolster your argument for equitable development.
    April 15, 2019, 1:00 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. PDT
    • Bernardo Ruiz
    #9169690
    CM | 1.25
  • BETTMAN SESSION: Equity in Zoning: More Than Words

    When it comes to zoning, the pursuit of equity must be more than just words. This panel of lawyers, planners, and architects will discuss what types of regulations and incentives can be adopted to produce more inclusive and equitable cities. This course is approved for 1.50 Illinois MCLE general credit hours.
    April 15, 2019, 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. PDT
    • Elizabeth Garvin, AICP
    • Andrea Ruiz-Esquide
    • Deborah Rosenthal, FAICP
    #9169676
    CM | 1.50
    L | 1.50
  • Regenerative Urban Developments Are Changing Planning

    Learn how the developing of regenerative cities of inclusive prosperity and well-being will scale sustainability to the next level of environment, economic and social health performance required for 21st century urbanism.
    April 15, 2019, 2:45 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. PDT
    • Scott Edmondson, AICP
    • Kirstin Weeks
    • Greg Taylor
    #9165280
    CM | 1.25
  • Multi-modal Upward Mobility

    This session provides case studies, tools, and performance measures for planning equitable multimodal mobility system and project investments that consider changing demographics, social justice, climate change, and economic development at the local and regional levels.
    April 15, 2019, 4:15 p.m. to April 15, 5:30 p.m. PDT
    • Chelsea St. Louis, AICP
    • Mitchell Lloyd
    #9165220
    CM | 1.25
  • Scenario Planning for Managing Transportation Unknowns

    This session helps professionals understand and implement a responsive, dynamic, and comprehensive approach to transportation planning that can effectively address emerging transportation issues such as connected vehicles, autonomous vehicles, and transportation network companies (TNCs).
    April 15, 2019, 4:15 p.m. to April 15, 5:30 p.m. PDT
    • Jeremy Raw
    • Brett Fusco
    #9165239
    CM | 1.25

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