• Deadline to Register for the Annual Conference Approaching!

    There are so many Reasons to attend the Annual Conference in Lancaster: Over 45 concurrent sessions Welcome Reception at Southern Market Opening Keynote: From Pandemic Response to Recovery: What Urban Planners Should Learn from the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis with Mike Lydon Pitkin Lecture: The Impacts of the Pandemic on Walkable Urbanism and the Real Estate   

  • NPC23 Call for Proposals Open!

    Planners will continue to create the future where we all thrive and grow in our communities. NPC23 with bring the critical issues facing planners in the coming years — like climate change, housing, health equity, and the future of work with your help! Submit a proposal to present live in Philadelphia or online. Share your   

  • APA PA Chapter News: August

    The Latest News from PA Chapter of APA… Public health is one of the foundational aspects of community planning and remains a critical issue today, although many planners do not have a clear picture of what they can do about community health. This month, we focus on a few different aspects of healthy communities, including   

  • 2022 Pennsylvania Great Places

    Congratulations to the 2022 Great Places in PA Award Winners! The Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Planning Association is proud to announce the 2022 Great Places in PA. Great Places are unique, memorable places that display a wealth of best practices in community planning, serve as a community focal point, and strengthen the local economy.   

  • Webinar Wednesday: Advancing Racial Equity through Land Use Planning

    Advancing Racial Equity through Land Use Planning According to US Census Data, disparity in income and housing among diverse racial and ethnic populations has occurred in the United States. Researchers have pointed out that many members of these specific populations have been adversely impacted by housing policies adopted in the first half of the 20th