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Zoning for Child Care (PAS 422)

1989 Paperback
Creative ways governments can encourage and improve child care.

$15.00

Too Big, Boring, or Ugly (PAS 528)

2005 Paperback
This report offers planning and design tools to tame the too-big house, shake free of monotonous development, and negotiate the political minefield of teardowns.

$15.00

The Rules That Shape Urban Form (PAS 570)

2012 Paperback
This practical report looks at six ways cities have adopted form-based zoning tools and the results that followed.

$60.00

Saving Face (PAS 503/504)

2002 Paperback
Planners, citizens, and public officials working together can resist look-alike corporate franchise designs and advocate designs that reflect and enhance community character.

$15.00

Caring for the Land (PAS 328)

1977 Paperback
A comprehensive, easy-to-read introduction to site design and review, filled with illustrations and maps.

$15.00

Design Review (PAS 454)

1995 Paperback
Learn how to use design review to stop the landscape from turning into an aesthetic nightmare.

$15.00

Parking Cash Out (PAS 532)

2005 Paperback
This report explains how employers who offer their employees the option to cash out their parking subsidies can discourage solo driving and its attendant social, environmental, and infrastructure costs.

$15.00

Fair and Healthy Land Use (PAS 549/550)

2007 Paperback
Learn to incorporate the principles of environmental justice into your planning processes.

$15.00

Smart Growth Audits (PAS 512)

2003 Paperback
This report describes the concept of a smart growth audit and includes methods for facilitating them at the local government level.

$15.00

Telecom Hotels (PAS 505)

2002 Paperback
Since 1999, buildings in larger cities have been converted into telecommunications facilites or telecom hotels. This report defines facility requirements and location criteria and provides sample ordinances and a model ordinance.

$15.00

Street Vending (PAS 509)

2002 Paperback
This report addresses key elements surrounding this controvesial activity, including economic development, urban design, operations, and permitting and enforcement.

$15.00

Old Cities/Green Cities (PAS 506/507)

2002 Paperback
Every American city faces the challenge of vacant land scattered among houses in residential areas. This report provides a look at strategies and programs that provide green areas among urban renewal and sprawl.

$15.00

Staying Inside the Lines (PAS 440)

1992 Paperback
Urban growth boundaries are one way to confront sprawl. V. Gail Easley examines this important technique and how it has (and hasn't) been applied.

$15.00

Jobs-Housing Balance (PAS 516)

2003 Paperback
Some argue that the market is the mechanism that will achieve jobs-housing balance. Author Jerry Weitz researched four types of jobs-housing imbalance and concluded that, in fact, the market failed to achieve such balance in three of the four scenarios he lays out.

$15.00

Private Funding for Roads (PAS 426)

1990 Paperback
How can some governments improve transportation infrastructure at the same time that funding is becoming scarce? This report explains how some communities have turned to private sources to pay for public roads.

$15.00

Traffic Calming (PAS 456)

1995 Paperback
Successful techniques to slow or divert traffic and make your community's streets more inviting to pedestrians, cyclists, and children.

$15.00

Great Places in America (PAS 552)

2008 Paperback
What makes a place great? This report presents the 10 neighborhoods and 10 streets that were designated by APA as 2007's Great Places in America.

$15.00

Planners and the Census (PAS 553)

2008 Paperback
Get the most out of Census 2010 and the American Community Survey.

$60.00

Fiscal Impact Analysis (PAS 561)

2010 Paperback
A well-prepared fiscal impact analysis can help a community understand the pros and cons of a proposed development and enable well-informed decision making.

$40.00

Planners and Planes (PAS 562)

2010 Paperback
The premise of this PAS Report is that airport planners and community planners must work together as partners during the development of planning processes.

$40.00

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