• Spring Forum: Solutions to the Alphabet Soup of Water Regulations

    The spring forum will focus on understanding water regulations and responding to requirements with projects that address needs, build partnerships, and capitalize on overlapping interests. The event will help attendees clarify their understanding of TMDL, MS4, stormwater, and other water-based issues…

  • Annual Conference Call for Presenters

    Proposals are being accepted online only. The deadline to submit a presentation proposal is Friday, March 6th.The conference committee is seeking traditional and non-traditional sessions on a variety of planning topics.

  • Statewide Training-Public/Private Partnerships

    Public/Private Partnerships (P3) – Statewide Training | $30 sponsored by the PA Chapter of the American Planning Association and the PA Local Government Training Partnership   Dates & Locations May 5: Wexford, PA May 6: State College, PA May 19: Camp Hill, PA May 20:Philadelphia, PA Join Sean Garrigan and Matt Ward to cover P3   

  • Great Places Initiative

    We want to hear from you! The Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Planning Association is looking for Great Places in two categories: Great Neighborhoods and Great Public Spaces. Great Places are unique, memorable places that work not only for their community.  Nominate a Great Neighborhood or Great Public Space by April 10th, to be considered for designation in 2015.

  • AICP Exam Prep Class

    The Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Planning Association is once again holding an all-day AICP exam prep session on Saturday, March 21 from 9:00 a.m.- 4:00p.m. This session goes into detail on how to prepare as well as reviewing test content and providing ample opportunity for questions. PA chapter members can attend for free and