Since 1949, APA's PAS Report series has offered planners comprehensive guidance on important planning issues and innovative practices.
A Guide to Community Planning Academies
PAS Report 605
Community planning academies help planners build enduring relationships with a more informed and involved constituency, one cohort at a time. This PAS Report offers step-by-step guidance on how to create and manage a community planning academy.
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PAS published its first Information Report in 1949. To celebrate this history, we have made available a wealth of past issues from the archives. We hope you enjoy these fascinating snapshots of planning issues of yesteryear.
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We're always looking for authors to write or update PAS Reports on a variety of planning topics. Visit the archive to see the list of all past reports and review our proposal submission guidelines. If you have an idea for a PAS Report, please contact Ann Dillemuth at PASReports@planning.org.
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