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  • District: Make It So!

    Cities increasingly look to special districts to help with plan implementation. The Uptown Oakland case study informs about the power and limitations of districts to bring plan visions to life. Learn to set expectations and improve plans for stronger partnerships.
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    $80.00
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Rachel Flynn
    • Steve Snider
    • Erica Heller, AICP
    #9126477
    CM | 1.25
  • Food Systems Planning: Growing Connections and Planning for Health Across the Country

    Many communities across the country – both urban and rural – struggle with challenging social, economic and health related issues like poverty, racial inequities, chronic disease, and economic disinvestment. Examine two projects championed by APA’s Planning and Community Health Center, which support communities strengthening local food systems planning: Growing Food Connections and Plan4Health.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Kimberley Hodgson, AICP
    • Diane Kushlan, AICP
    • Edwin Marty
    • Tamara Downs Schwei
    • Paul Forgey, AICP
    • Daren Fluke, AICP
    #9126332
    CM | 1.25
  • 3D Solutions for Comprehensive Planning

    Have you added 3D to your planning toolkit? Evolving 3D GIS technology, such as scenario planning tools and 3D analysis, brings new levels of decision support to the planning process. Explore how 3D GIS can inspire and guide city planning initiatives by combining the scientific power of GIS with 3D city modeling to facilitate data visualization, scenario impact simulations, and storytelling.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    • Brooks Patrick
    • Kristy Senatori
    • Eric Brady
    • Lesli Ellis, AICP CEP
    #9126490
    CM | 1.25
  • Innovation Districts for the Rest of Us

    Innovation Districts have captured the attention and imagination of planners and development officials around the world.  However, few cities can marshal the resources and level of investment that reflect the concept's most successful models.   Explore the complexities of innovation districts by looking at the economic, talent, real estate and equity factors that help to drive long-term investment
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    • Michael Piscitelli, AICP
    • Kristopher Larson, AICP
    • Kevin Hively
    • Scott Page
    #9126521
    CM | 1.25
  • Addressing the Growth in Short-Term Rentals

    Airbnb. HomeAway. VRBO. Learn about the legal and land-use challenges posed by the growth of short-term rentals—and find out how communities have used land-use regulations to address these issues.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    • Ulrik Binzer
    • Nicole DuPuis
    • Neal Gorenflo
    #9126542
    CM | 1.50
    L | 1.50
  • Marketing Anxiety: Bragging With Aplomb

    If you work in the private sector, you know that marketing is a fact of life. And, as a public sector planner, consultants' marketing approaches can be informative or off-putting. How do planners effectively reach out to new clients to convince them that they would be the perfect choice for a project?
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    • Deana Rhodeside
    • Anne McBride, FAICP
    • Gwen Wright
    • Michael Altman
    • Daniel Berler
    #9126561
    CM | 1.25
  • Evaluating Incentives Using an ROI Approach

    Many cities regularly give out various tax incentives, credits, and rebates to induce additional (and much needed) development within the community. But are these incentives really needed? And how much incentive is too much?
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    $68.00
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    • Jonathan Ferry
    • Sarah Coffin, AICP
    • Andrew Murray, AICP
    • Andrew Struckhoff, AICP
    #9126517
    CM | 1.25
  • Landscape-Scale Ecological Analysis in Planning

    Learn from an ecologist, a county planner, and planning consultants how a science-based, community-guided planning effort led to the creation of an ecological network map and practical tools to support community resilience along the rural-to-urban transect.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    • Barbara Johnston, AICP
    • Sheila Hess
    • Matthew Ingalls, AICP
    • Felipe Oltramari, AICP
    #9126532
    CM | 1.25
  • Captivating Youth Engagement

    In this session, planners will share their insights about programs that effectively engage young people in community planning. Come with questions on how to implement a program in your community.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    • Maxine Griffith, FAICP
    • Mary Miltimore, AICP
    • Petr Vancura
    • Kate Selden
    • Monica Groh
    #9126527
    CM | 1.25
  • Nurturing your Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

    Entrepreneurial ecosystems are comprised of organizations, capital, and people that foster thriving start-ups. Today, regions are strengthening their ecosystems through mapping, measuring and connecting resources. This session hosts a discussion on feasible ways to foster ecosystem resources and track progress.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    • John Provo
    • Sarah Lyon-Hill
    • Margaret Cowell
    #9126560
    CM | 1.25
  • Planning and Governing for Racial Equity

    Government’s proactive work on racial equity has the potential to leverage significant change. Explore planning tools and two case studies to help you achieve racial equity in our communities.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    • Nora Liu
    • Glenn Harris
    • Beth Altshuler
    • Andrea Manzo
    • Megan Hunter
    #9126513
    CM | 1.25
  • Greater Sustainability with Autonomous Vehicles?

    Self-driving cars will hit city streets soon. Will they induce a new boom in sprawl? Will they create a transit “golden age” with new ownership models? Explore the future of transportation with experts from Silicon Valley and New York.
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    $68.00
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    • Tory Smith
    • William Carry
    • Will Baumgardner
    • David King
    • Thomas Coleman, AICP
    • Rebecca Mark
    #9126421
    CM | 1.25
  • The Future of Cities and Planning

    This session will speak to the main trends and technologies of future cities, as well as how city planning departments will need to adapt to meet the needs and work with the cities of the future.
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    $68.00
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    • Timothy Chapin
    • Ira Winder
    • David Rouse, FAICP
    • Charles Graves
    #9126419
    CM | 1.25
  • Activating Spaces, Developing Places

    Development should not happen to a place but with a place. A new neighborhood playbook is emerging that helps communities and developers work together to activate spaces enroute to equitably developing places. This session describes how it works.
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    $68.00
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    • Kevin Wright
    • Joseph Nickol, AICP
    #9126505
    CM | 1.25
  • Exploring Planning's Gender Wage Gap

    Explore the latest data from APA’s Salary Survey on pay disparity between men and women—and discuss with a panel of planning leaders and hiring managers what actions we can take to strengthen the earning power of women.
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    $68.00
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    • Leigh Anne King, AICP
    • Kim Prillhart
    • Melanie Wilson
    #9126455
    CM | 1.25
  • A Risk-based Approach to Reshaping Coastal Development

    This session presents a planning process that uses future flood risk as the framework for forward-looking coastal protection regulations. Speakers will describe strategies local officials can implement to reshape coastal development to reduce exposure and minimize repetitive harm and losses.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    • David Kutner, AICP
    • Nicholas Angarone, AICP
    • Jessica Jahre, AICP
    #9126531
    CM | 1.25
  • It's All Your Fault: You're the Planner!

    Being a Planner is tough. You spend time learning the procedures and responsibilities for the job, but no one prepares you for the emotional side. Discover ways for dealing with the emotional politics and not letting it get you down.
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    $68.00
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    • Aimee Nassif, AICP
    • Mara Perry, AICP
    #9126584
    CM | 1.25
  • The Thing About City Managers and Planners

    Explore the unique relationship between City Manager and City Planner. Discovering similarities in skillsets, roles, and responsibilities can help minimize conflict or issues within your organization and allow you to find ways to improve the working relationship.
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    $68.00
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    • Drew Awsumb, AICP
    • Aimee Nassif, AICP
    #9126315
    CM | 1.25
  • NYC Recovery Planning and Management

    Planning relates to management, especially after disasters. Fixing disaster damage is about finding how to pay for it. Key players are in offices of “management and budget.” Gain extraordinary insight into the biggest recovery program ever, New York's post-Superstorm Sandy.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • John Grathwol
    • Gavin Smith, AICP
    #9126333
    CM | 1.25
  • Plan4Health: Partnering for Equity

    Moving toward more equitable communities is a priority for both planning and public health. But it can often feel like a daunting task.  What are effective ways to incorporate equity into proposed projects or approaches? How can you leverage planning and public health data to strengthen your approach to equity?
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    $68.00
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    • Jim Brown
    • Heather Wooten
    • Liz Kaster
    • Liz Cornish
    #9126340
    CM | 1.25
  • What Do We Do Post-Reed?

    The U.S. Supreme Court’s 2015 ruling in Reed vs. Town of Gilbert created numerous sign-regulation issues for communities. Learn about the impact of the landmark case from experts who will review the decision, examine how subsequent federal and state court decisions have applied it, investigate how several jurisdictions have responded to it, and discuss common concerns with regard to it.
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    $68.00
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    • Alan Weinstein
    • Wendy Moeller, FAICP
    • James Carpentier, AICP
    • Mark White, AICP
    #9126460
    CM | 1.25
  • NOAA Water Resources for Planners

    Whether big or small, inland or coastal, all communities face a common challenge: how to effectively plan for the presence (or absence) of water. Learn how information from an integrated suite of NOAA data, models and tools can be applied through innovative partnerships to better understand water-related events and their impacts on populations, the economy, and the natural environment.
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    $68.00
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    • Claudia Nierenberg
    • Peter Colohan
    • Nicholas Schmidt
    • Nancy Beller-Simms
    • William Cesanek, AICP
    #9126472
    CM | 1.25
  • Chicagoland Collaborative: Models for Climate Resilience

    Urban flooding, caused by rainfall overwhelming the drainage system, is common in the Chicago region. Discover how engineers, planners, and community organizers are collaborating to reduce damages to homes and businesses and adapt to climate change.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    • Danielle Gallet
    • Nora Beck
    • Sarah Cardona
    #9126445
    CM | 1.25
  • Reinventing Public Housing in New York City

    The New York City Housing Authority—the oldest in the United States—is reinventing itself. Its 10-year strategy focuses on improving operations, management, sustainability, financing, energy and water efficiency, and resident initiatives, as well as expanding affordable housing. Learn how experts are working to ensure the survival of public housing in New York and elsewhere.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Bomee Jung
    • Irene Barth, AICP
    • Michael Kelly, AICP
    • Nicholas Bloom
    #9126369
    CM | 1.25
  • Safe Routes to Healthy Food

    While advocates, planners, and public health professionals may readily self-identify as interested in either food access or in active transportation, local communities don’t always see the distinction between these issues. Communities rightly see the issues as interconnected, suggesting that our approach to solving it should be as well.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    • Marisa Jones
    • Caroline Marshall Harries, AICP
    • Yianice Hernandez
    #9126329
    CM | 1.25
  • Zoning Cities: Toward a Simpler Future

    Today's zoning codes strive to address increasingly complex urban environments and often fall short. An international panel of experts argues that zoning may need to regulate less and regulate things that haven’t before been regulated. Join the debate.
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    $68.00
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    • Lee Einsweiler
    • Martin Leitner
    • Pascal Mueller
    • Atul Sharma, AICP
    #9126463
    CM | 1.25
  • Neighborhood Effects, Opportunity Analysis, and Fair Housing

    The session introduces opportunity analysis and its roots in neighborhood effects. It then describes how opportunity analysis has been used to meet HUD’s fair housing regulations and develop sustainable development plans. Finally, it introduces new opportunity mapping tools.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    • Eli Knaap
    • Willow Lung Amam
    • Richard Hall, AICP
    • Gerrit Knaap
    #9126508
    CM | 1.25
  • Beyond PDFs: Publishing Online Zoning Codes

    What products are available for publishing zoning codes online, and how do they compare to premium hosting services? Learn best practices for publishing interactive online zoning codes, including case studies that highlight considerations in converting to a feature-rich online format.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Courtney Tanner, AICP
    • Pete Sullivan, AICP
    • Chris Steins
    #9126420
    CM | 1.25
  • Preparing for Success in Planning Management

    Are you contemplating a move into planning management? Find out from three newly minted planning managers what skills and knowledge proved essential during their first 100 days on the job. And learn what they wish had contemplated before joining the management ranks.
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    $68.00
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    • Scott Swearengen, AICP
    • Marcie Stenmark, AICP
    • Melissa Zornitta, AICP
    #9126382
    CM | 1.25
  • Promoting Equitable Development in Revitalizing Cities

    Engage with leaders from major US cities working on innovative strategies for ensuring equitable development in rapidly revitalization urban neighborhoods. Examine best practice polices and programs for successfully managing neighborhood change such as inclusionary housing and other community benefit strategies.
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    $68.00
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    • Matthew Tschabold
    • Raymond Gastil, AICP
    • Paul Peninger
    • Kelley Kahn
    #9126486
    CM | 1.25
  • Dollars & Sense: Aligning Transportation Spending

    State and MPOs are moving to a performance driven approach to making decisions about to align transportation spending with goals, criteria and performance measures. This session highlights exemplars, offering communities best practices for moving towards a new approach.
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    $68.00
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    • Nick Donohue
    • David Vautin, AICP
    • Rebecca Lewis
    • Alex Depompolo
    #9126326
    CM | 1.25
  • Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) in Connecticut

    More communities in Connecticut are embracing transit-oriented development (TOD), and developing progressive policy to advance TOD projects around their rail and bus transit stations. This session will focus on successful examples of current TOD efforts at the local, regional and state level, and evaluate several case studies to highlight the key challenges, opportunities, and success stories.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    • Robert Seale
    • David Elder, AICP
    • Michael Piscitelli, AICP
    • Lyle Wray
    • Thomas Jost
    • Sara Bronin
    #9126503
    CM | 1.25
  • The Rockaways: Resiliency and Community Revitalization

    What combination of strategies and tools can make the Rockaways a resilient, thriving community and regional beach destination? Explore how planners are addressing that question while confronting major economic, housing, transportation, employment, and land-use challenges.
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    $68.00
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    • Jeanne Dupont
    • Perris Straughter, AICP
    • Gerard Romski
    • Donovan Richards
    • Manuel Silva
    • Jainey Bavishi
    #9126361
    CM | 1.25
  • Metrics for Planning Healthy Communities

    There's no debating that the built environment directly impacts community health. But how can we better understand exactly how planning affects health in order to build healthier communities? This session introduces APA’s Healthy Planning Metrics, a new tool to integrate health objectives into everyday planning practice.
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    $68.00
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    • Arthi Rao
    • Adele Houghton
    • Milena Bernardinello
    • Anna Ricklin, AICP
    #9126344
    CM | 1.25
  • Big City Planning Directors on Equitable Redevelopment and Food Access

    Big city planners tackle one of the most challenging issues facing cities. Hear how larger cities take on this issue and succeed. This session is presented by the partnership of the American Planning Association, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, and the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
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    $68.00
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    • David Rouse, FAICP
    • Armando Carbonell, FAICP
    • Vanessa Koster
    • Donald Roe
    • Karen Shore
    • Toni Griffin
    • Tim McCollow
    #9126488
    CM | 1.25
  • The Science of Climate Change: Informing City Planning from Data to Preparedness

    Climate change is providing for an uncertain future. A key challenge is translating the uncertainty of climate science into planning policies for resilient communities. The panel will discuss how Cambridge, MA and Washington D.C. preparedness plans as case studies.
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    $68.00
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    • John Bolduc
    • Nathalie Beauvais
    • Maribeth DeLorenzo, AICP
    #9126499
    CM | 1.25
  • Financing NYC's Hudson Yards

    Explore Hudson Yards—one of the largest projects in the United States to combine a range of infrastructure-financing tools, such as debt, PILOTs, and land-value capture. Learn how this project gained traction from a financial perspective and how it may influence other large urban investment.
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    $68.00
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    • William Glasgall
    • Lourdes German
    • Bridget Fisher
    • Eric Kober
    #9126322
    CM | 1.25
  • Deconstructing Zoning for Repopulation

    Removing unnecessary zoning regulations can open the door for revitalization and repopulation. During this "zoning boot camp," we will deconstruct and reconstruct zoning so that it works to achieve repopulation and regulate only what is truly necessary to protect and promote public health, safety, and welfare.
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    $68.00
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    • Joseph Nickol, AICP
    • Sean Suder
    #9126458
    CM | 1.25
  • Improving Partnerships for Resilient Waterfronts

    A new economy and a changing workforce are shifting the purpose and use of waterfronts. Learn how better cooperation between private and public entities can take advantage of these demographic changes to create more impactful, wide-reaching, and transformational waterfront projects.
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    • Thaddeus Pawlowski
    • Alan Mountjoy
    • Alex Washburn
    • Robbin Peach
    #9126447
    CM | 1.25
  • Advances in Resilience Planning: Coastal NJ

    Over 4 years after Hurricane Sandy, practitioners are working hand in hand with municipal leaders to enhance community resilience. This session describes several groups’ efforts to apply tools and data, and the lessons learned working with over 40 coastal municipalities.
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    $68.00
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    • Lisa Auermuller
    • Stacy Krause, AICP
    • Matthew Campo
    • Nicholas Angarone, AICP
    #9126335
    CM | 1.25
  • 21st Century Street Design

    Explore the evolution of streets and how transportation planning and design is changing to meet 21st-century user needs. Learn about the benefits of interdisciplinary approaches and the importance of using new technologies to engage stakeholders in decision-making processes.
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    $68.00
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    • K.C. Atkins
    • Cynthia Zerger
    #9126428
    CM | 1.25
  • Vision Zero: Tales of Three Cities

    Gain a deeper understanding of Vision Zero, a commitment to eliminating traffic fatalities and creating a culture that prioritizes traffic safety that originated in Sweden nearly two decades ago. Today cities across the world have implemented similar initiatives. Gain insight into the Vision Zero initiatives in three major cities: San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles.
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    • Nat Gale
    • Karin Sommer
    • Leah Shahum
    • Lily Langlois
    #9126423
    CM | 1.25
  • Beyond Parks: Public Health, Public Space

    Outside of traditional park space, how can the design of public spaces promote health? Exploring examples from New York City, this session will illustrate how innovative, inclusive design interventions can foster healthier, more engaged communities.
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    $68.00
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    • Kerry McLean
    • Yianice Hernandez
    • Neil Gagliardi
    • Bryan Ross
    • Claudia Herasme
    #9126337
    CM | 1.25
  • ADUs in the San Francisco Bay Area

    Explore how accessory dwelling unit (ADU) programs have increased in popularity in cities as well as with property owners in the San Francisco Bay Area and California in general. Learn what opportunities ADUs offer, and how local laws provide flexibility to encourage more ADUs.
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    $68.00
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    • Karen Chapple
    • Mark Hogan
    • Kimia Haddadan
    • Kate Conner
    • Edward Manasse
    #9126360
    CM | 1.25
  • Urban Enhancements within Highway Preservation Projects

    Cash-strapped states and cities need to creatively stretch limited transportation dollars to address current needs. Forward-thinking highway preservation projects can improve urban mobility for all modes of travel while restoring or replacing our 50+ year-old, inefficient auto-centric transportation systems.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    • Stephen Fitzroy
    • David Sousa, AICP
    • Don Vary
    • David Elder, AICP
    #9126432
    CM | 1.25
  • Community Planning Assistance Teams Make Impact

    Learn about the benefits of utilizing Community Planning Assistance Teams to engage communities and execute inventive, insightful planning to revitalize areas in distress and to plan for growth in dynamic environments. Participants will benefit by hearing from four communities that have conducted CPAT projects that each addressed planning issues unique to those community’s needs.
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    • Emil Malizia, FAICP
    • Leanne Harter, AICP
    • Dave Anderson, AICP
    • Anthony Grande, AICP
    #9126480
    CM | 1.25
  • 21st Century Planning and Downtown Organizations

    Downtown organizations, including business improvement districts, are playing a significant role in shaping the future of our cities, including influencing policy, raising the expectations for planning and participation, and assisting in implementation.
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    $68.00
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    • Scott Bishop
    • Timothy Kelly, AICP
    • Scott Page
    • Kristopher Larson, AICP
    #9126482
    CM | 1.25
  • Developing Vermont’s Food System through Planning

    Explore multi-scalar and multi-disciplinary food-system planning. Learn about Vermont’s statewide food system plan, a three-county regional food system plan, and the way planners are coordinating implementation of these plans at the community level with diverse stakeholders.
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    $68.00
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    • Alison Low, AICP
    • Taylar Foster, AICP
    #9126328
    CM | 1.25
  • Zoning for Flood Resilience

    The planning agencies in Norfolk and New York—both coastal cities exposed to flood risk—are updating zoning regulations to facilitate adaptation. Discover how the zoning tools they're using can be tailored to address the flood risk profile of your community.
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Nilus Klingel
    • Jeremy Sharp, AICP
    • Chris Holme, AICP
    #9126462
    CM | 1.25
  • Planning for Healthy Rural-Urban Communities

    Join us in exploring how communities along the rural to urban transect are developing partnerships and implementing creative strategies to promote physical activity and access to healthy foods. Participate in evaluating the role of contextual factors in health planning work.
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Kristen Wilson
    • Linda Painter, AICP
    • Susan Westa, AICP
    • Robert Miller
    • Jon Carnegie, AICP
    • Jennifer Senick
    • Melinda Herzog
    #9126606
    CM | 2.50

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