Better planning builds better communities. See what’s working for planning commissions around the country when you come to the 2014 National Planning Conference, April 26 – 30 in Atlanta. Whether you’re interested in revitalization and sustainability or ethics and law, you’ll find programs right on target for your needs. See flyer for more information >>
What are the most pressing issues facing your community right now? Find the insights you need today for the outlook you want tomorrow at the APA’s 2014 National Planning Conference. See flyer for more information >>
As the Marcellus Shale industry continues its boom in Pennsylvania, local communities continue to notice the benefits with thousands of new jobs, lower energy prices, and increased energy independence….
The PA Chapter of APA and the PA Local Government Training Partnership present:Planning Matters: Demographic Change and Land Use Policies Pennsylvania, as well as the U.S., is experiencing significant demographic change – whether in the greying of the population led by Baby Boomers, the steady and significant rise in its Hispanic population or the decrease …
In this issue of the Winter Newsletter, we take a look into one of the LAP’s webinar events in 2013, a story from one of out LAP members on her experience with multigenerational housing, what to look forward to at the 2014 APA National Planning Conference and more.
Every year the Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Planning Association offers a scholarship program to support individuals seeking funds for academic degree programs, internships, and professional development activities that enhance planning at the local, regional, state, and national levels.
For APA members that still need law and ethics CM credit distance education sessions are available. American Planning Association (APA) will be offering credit till the end of the year. The State of Takings after Koontz – 1.5 CM Law credits: TheUS Supreme Court handed down its decision in Koontz v. St. Johns River Water …