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Special Event: Young Planners Scavenger Hunt and Social

Monday, April 20, 2015, 5:00pmJoin the APA WA Young Planners Group for an urban scavenger hunt in downtown Seattle. Race with your teammates to photograph landmarks, urban features, and other planning-realed ephemera on a list of clues. You will explore Downtown, Pioneer Square, Belltown, Capitol Hill, the Waterfron, and the International District. Top scoring teams even win prizes! After the hunt ends, gather at Temple Billards, 126 South Jackson Street, Seattle, WA 98104, for a reception with all the participants.


Mapping Food Insecurity and Food Sources

Monday, April 28, 2014, 12:00pmAt 25.2 percent, Alabama has the second-highest food hardship rate in the United States, according to the Food Research and Action Center. This poster examines food insecurity and sources of food around Huntsville, one of the fastest-growing parts of Alabama. The information will help food banks see where they can have the greatest impact.


Public Participation in Complex Projects

2015 Streaming Media
What tools best obtain meaningful, reliable feedback from the public and stakeholders? Discuss lessons learned.


CM | 1.25

Planning Chicago

2013 Paperback
Chicago is the Rust Belt Metropolis That Could, the one that has not only thrived but shouldered its way onto the list of global cities. But what did planning have to do with it?


Planning for Street Connectivity (PAS 515)

2003 Paperback
Planners, decision makers, and residents should gain from this report a better understanding of the concept of connectivity, as well as ideas about how best to address the goal of connectivity in their own communities.


Planning for Hillside Development (PAS 466)

1996 Paperback
Hillside development demands special attention because of safety concerns and its impact on the environment. This report examines the tradeoffs inherent in hillside development.


Crossroads, Hamlet, Village, Town (PAS 523/524)

2004 Paperback
An update of Randall Arendt's groundbreaking report on traditional neighborhoods, with new ordinance and subdivision regulations.


Codifying New Urbanism (PAS 526)

2004 Paperback
This report will help planners create land-development regulations that make new-urbanist developments possible.


Changing Jobs Successfully in Mid-Career

Saturday, April 26, 2014, 1:00pmIf you’re an experienced planner considering a job change, you’ll need more than an updated resume You’ll need to think learn new methods of market yourself in a landscape that’s shifted radically over the past few years. Learn about new channels, evolving trends, and what it means to create a brand for yourself. Get the tools to showcase the advantages you bring, align your job hunt with today’s marketplace, and make a successful mid-career move. Learn how to enhance the excellent advantages you as an experience planner bring to a new job and how to appropriately call attention to your skills. In this workshop you will learn to align your job hunt with evolving trends, approaches, and demands in the workplace.


CM | 4.0

The Abundant Community

2010 Hardcover
The Abundant Community reveals the invisible but immense impact that consumerism has had on the fabric of our families and communities. We can create richer, more fulfilling lives and break our dependency on the consumer economy.


A Career Worth Planning

2000 Paperback
Whether you are graduating from a collegiate school of planning or an experienced planner, this book describes the realities and challenges associated with mapping out your career.


Growing Greener

1999 Paperback
Randall Arendt offers detailed explanations of resource-conserving development techniques that make both environmental and economic sense.


Rural by Design

2015 Paperback
America's suburbs, small cities, and rural areas need new solutions. Find them in an entirely new edition of a planning classic.


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