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    • Ethics in Planning

      The AICP Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct offers help for certified planners to negotiate the tough ethical and moral dilemmas they sometimes face. APA also offers a guide to Ethical Principles in Planning for others in the planning process.
    • Pennsylvania Avenue Corridor / West End, Marianna, Florida

      Community Planning Assistance Team Report
      An APA Community Planning Assistance Team that visited Marianna, Florida, in 2018 recommends attracting new residents, adding landscaping and signs, adding sidewalks and bike facilities, highlighting recreational assets, and reviewing city permitting processes.
    • Digital Planning Magazine

      Digital Planning magazine can be read on a computer, tablet, smart phone — any device that has an Internet connection.
    • Planning News

      In Planning News from Planning magazine's March 2019 issue: Minneapolis single-family zoning, LEED-STAR sustainability beta, vehicle emissions in the Northeast, and news briefs.
    • Choosing the Planning Profession

      Information on where planners work, salaries and skills, and planning schools and educational partner organizations, including the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) and the Planning Accreditation Board (PAB).
    • Planning News

      In Planning News from Planning magazine's February 2019 issue: parks for flood control, the new Farm Bill, Pittsburgh's overhauled riverfront zoning, and news briefs.
    • Planning News

      In Planning News from Planning magazine's January 2019 issue: fighting opioid addiction, 2018 midterm state election impacts, earthquake prep in San Francisco.
    • Corridor Planning

      PAS QuickNotes 76
      by: Jennifer Henaghan
      This edition of PAS QuickNotes introduces the concept of corridor planning and provides a primer on the corridor planning process.
      List price
      APA member & PAS subscriber
    • Planning News

      In Planning News from Planning magazine's December 2018 issue: equity in a new Tulsa park, subsidized election day transportation, digital transit fares, and news briefs.
    • Planning News

      In Planning News from Planning magazine's November 2018 issue: code update in Austin, Texas; traffic plan from an Eagle Scout; regulating electric bicycles; and news briefs.
    • Planning News

      In Planning News from Planning magazine's October 2018 issue: 2018 state ballot preview, municipal bond costs, Native American statues, and news briefs.
    • Planning News

      In Planning News from Planning magazine's July 2018 issue: lynching memorial, vacant property rates, California solar mandate, and news briefs.
    • APA Foundation: One Member's Adventures in Planning

      by: Elizabeth Hartig
      Learn about initiatives of the APA Foundation through the career journey of one member, John Reinhardt, AICP.
    • Planning News

      In Planning News from Planning magazine's August/September 2018 issue: Hawaii volcano, highway project with wetlands, burial space shortage, and news briefs.
    • Stantec

      Radical Incrementalism: The surprising power of planning small

      December 8, 2016, 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. EST
      • Simon O'Byrne
      CM | 1
    • Planning March 2019

      The March 2019 Planning magazine cover story investigates the impact of privacy concerns raised by smart-city technologies. Planning also considers the longevity of scooter-sharing programs and suggests new strategies to revitalize public meetings.
    • Planning News

      In Planning News from Planning magazine's May 2018 issue: offshore drilling, federal budget, traffic calming in Philadelphia, and news briefs.
    • Movement, Victories, and New Challenges Ahead for CPAT

      by: Ryan Scherzinger, AICP
      APA's Community Planning Assistance Teams program shares some of the success of its past projects with updates from a few communities and provides an update on upcoming new projects.
    • Planning News

      In Planning News from Planning magazine's June 2018 issue: Alaska climate refugees, Mardi Gras beads blocking drains, transportation cyberattack threats, and news briefs.
    • Advancing Planning During National Community Planning Month

      by: Claire Warner, Emily Pasi
      Planning advocates nationwide are connecting with their elected officials this month to highlight the important role planning plays in addressing communities' most daunting challenges.
    • Planning News

      In Planning News from Planning magazine's April 2018 issue: homelessness, Trump infrastructure plan, net neutrality, and news briefs.
    • National Planning Conference

      Come to APA’s 2019 National Planning Conference and see what’s ahead for you, your community, and your career.
    • Planning October 2018

      In the October 2018 issue of Planning, an examination of the combination of combining planning practice and theory into a successful curriculum. Plus, the legacy of advocacy planner James Davidoff, the latest on parking, and planning with people with autism.
    • Planning News

      In Planning News from Planning magazine's February 2018 issue: federal tax law changes, Memphis Confederate monuments, Texas nonprofits overhaul parks.
    • Teaching Ethics in Planning

      The AICP Commission introduced a new ethics resource to help planning professors explore the topic of ethics with their students in January of 2019.
    • Planning February 2019

      The February 2019 issue of Planning tells how Denver and other towns are embracing music as a driver of growth and development. Get a planner's view of Dubai, a complicated desert metropolis facing opportunities and challenges. East Market Street in Greensboro, North Carolina, is where APA's Community Planning Assistance Team program got started in 1995.
    • Dubai's Planning Paradox

      A city known for having the biggest and tallest now wants to be known for the smallest (carbon footprint).
      Can Dubai, a city transfixed by a growth-oriented approach that overshadows comprehensive planning, become a world leader in renewable energy?
    • Planning News

      In Planning News from Planning magazine's March 2018 issue: states and the 2020 Census, flood insurance claims, panhandling, and news briefs.
    • Amplifying the Value of Planning During National Community Planning Month

      by: Claire Warner
      Planning departments nationwide are making the case this National Community Planning Month about the essential role planning plays in creating communities prepared for the future through school visits, photo contests, celebrations of planning, and more.
    • National Planning Awards

      Planning magazine profiles the winners of APA's 2018 National Planning Awards for Excellence and Achievement.
    • Planning January 2019

      Planning's January 2019 issue takes a close look at San Francisco, host city of APA's 2019 National Planning Conference. Catch up on Bay Area progress toward climate and hazard resiliency, affordable housing, and supporting innovation while protecting the public interest.
    • Planning News

      In Planning News from Planning magazine's January 2018 issue: dockless bike share, regulating private trees, U.S. Census budget shortfall, and news briefs.
    • Planning

      The table of contents for Planning magazine’s November 2015 issue.
    • Plan4Health Success Story: Food Hub in Kane County, Illinois

      by: Elizabeth Hartig
      Through Plan4Health, the Kane County (Illinois) Planning Cooperative worked to expand and build partnerships to address inactivity and unhealthy diets.
    • Planning History Timeline

      Explore the timeline of American planning history since 1900.
    • Planning December 2018

      Equity is a theme that runs through the December 2018 issue of Planning. Detroit, Atlanta, Chicago, and Natchez are in the equity spotlight. Also, art plays a part in public engagement around the country, and New Rochelle, New York, is having success with a market-based redevelopment process.
    • Planning November 2018

      The November 2018 issue of Planning highlights American planners' efforts to prepare their communities for 21st-century challenges. In the West, they work to realign the region's water infrastructure. Nationwide, they integrate design and safety features in buildings and public spaces. Plus: decking over freeways and implementing plans.
    • Planning June 2018

      The June 2018 issue of Planning tells a range of planning stories: summer music festival cities and their challenges, West Virginia in the post-coal economy, and planners using tactical urbanism to solve small-town problems.
    • All About Scenario Planning

      This session takes participants through the basics of what scenario planning is, when to use it, and how to get started. This introduction is grounded by stories from practitioners who have recently completed planning projects using scenario planning.
      April 15, 2019, 8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. PDT
      • Brett Fusco
      • William Gilchrist
      • Benjamin Zellers, AICP
      CM | 1.25
    • Planning and Environmental On-Call Services

      City of Mt. Shasta
      Mt. Shasta, CA
      Deadline: Friday, March 29, 2019
      The City of Mt. Shasta is inviting proposals for On-Call Planning and Environmental Services. The awarded consultant would work directly with the City Planner to accomplish planning and environmental related projects and services.
    • Land-Use Planning via MPOs

      A new survey of 25 Metropolitan Planning Organizations reveals that nearly half now fund smart growth-oriented local land-use planning.
    • Planning for Autonomous Mobility

      PAS Report 592
      by: Jeremy Crute, William Riggs, AICP, Timothy Chapin, Lindsay Stevens, AICP
      Autonomous vehicles are poised to disrupt the built environment and planning practices. This PAS Report offers a road map for planners as they develop policy solutions and infrastructure investments for the future of AVs.
      List price
      APA member & PAS subscriber
    • Best-Case Scenario Planning

      Incorporating AV and other technology into plans.
      Change and uncertainty — from technology to climate change to shifts in the economy — are disrupting the planning tradition of mid- and long-range forecasts. Scenario planning can be a powerful tool for incorporating uncertainty.
    • Planning April 2018

      Planning magazine's April 2018 cover story zeroes in on a multi-jurisdictional effort to promote fair housing around Kansas City 50 years after the Fair Housing Act. Also: profiles of 2018 National Planning Award winners and departments.
    • Bus Rapid Transit Planning and Zoning Services

      Indianapolis Public Transportation Company (IndyGo)
      Indianapolis, IN
      Deadline: Wednesday, April 17, 2019
      The Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (IPTC) is seeking proposals from qualified consultants to provide professional planning and zoning services in support of the implementation of the Blue Line (BL) Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor.
    • Community Resilience Scenario Planning Model

      Technical User Guide
      The Community Resilience Scenario Planning Model (CRSPM) described in this guide can be used in the context of an overall plan update, as part of special purpose plans, or in developing a standalone community resilience plan and implementation strategy.
    • On‐Call Urban Planning and Design Services

      New York City Economic Development Corporation
      New York City, NY
      Deadline: Monday, May 6, 2019
      NYCEDC is seeking a consultant or consultant team to provide urban design and planning services in connection with various City sponsored projects to be specified by the Corporation and located in all five boroughs of the City.
    • Planning July 2018

      In the July 2018 issue, Planning drops in on small- to medium-sized cities that are updating regulations, revising codes, offering financial incentives, and more to support hometown retail and spur economic development. Plus oil and gas preemptions and the LA River.
    • Preparing Your National Planning Award Nomination

      The 2019 APA National Planning Award Nomination Period is August 22 through September 10, 2018.
    • 2018 Awards: Recognizing Planning Excellence

      The 2018 APA National Planning Award recipients were recognized at a special luncheon on April 23, 2018.

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