• Election Results – PA Chapter of APA

    PA Chapter of APA congratulates the following officers who were re-elected to the Chapter Board to serve from January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2019. President James Cowhey, AICP Vice President Amy McKinney Secretary Leah Eppinger, AICP Treasurer Justin Dula, AICP Many thanks to these individuals for their continued willingness to serve the Chapter. 

  • PMPEI Seeking New Instructors

    Now in its 25th year of providing high quality, in-depth courses in planning and zoning, the PA Municipal Planning Education Institute (PMPEI) is the PA Chapter’s major outreach to local planning commissioners, zoning hearing boards and zoning administrators, and elected officials. If you would like to share your knowledge and experience with local officials consider   

  • AICP Candidate Pilot Program

    Put Your Career on the Fast Track Distinguish yourself from your peers through the AICP Candidate Pilot Program. Demonstrate to potential employers a commitment to mastering planning skills and maintaining the highest standard of ethical practice. Students and recent graduates of PAB accredited programs can: Enroll in the program at any time, starting in November   

  • Governor’s Awards for Local Government Excellence

    Each year, one week in April is designated by the PA Legislature as “Local Government Week,” honoring the dedication of Pennsylvania’s local officials and encouraging citizens to learn how local government functions and affects each resident and business in the community. During this week, the Governor’s Center for Local Government Services has made a tradition   

  • Healthy Communities in PA Needs Your Input

    Want to help encourage healthy community design in Pennsylvania? This quick (10 minute) survey lets APA Pennsylvania’s Healthy Communities in PA task force know your priorities to help identify the priorities and needed resources in Pennsylvania’s communities. If you are involved with a program or project related to healthy community design, including it in this survey can help you advertise your program as a resource to other Pennsylvania communities