• Webinar Wednesdays: Hello, It’s Me…

    Hello, It’s Me: Introducing PA-SHARE PA-SHARE (Pennsylvania’s Historic & Archaeological Resource Exchange), the PA State Historic Preservation Office’s new, state-of-the-art GIS and online project management system, launched October 2020. As the primary interface for all PA SHPO programs, PA-SHARE will enable users to submit and track projects in real-time, receive confirmation of submissions and expedited   

  • Register to Receive Virtual Conference Sessions

    PA Chapter of APA held their Virtual Conference this past October, overall the event was a success. The board decided to allow those who couldn’t attend to purchase a pass to receive and view all the educational sessions from the Virtual Conference. Do you need CM credit? The majority of the educational sessions do have   

  • 2020 Pennsylvania Great Places

    Congratulations to the 2020 Great Places in PA Award Winners! The Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Planning Association is proud to announce our Great Places for 2020. 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. They   

  • 2020 Annual Award Winners

    2020 Annual Awards Ceremony PA Chapter of APA congratulates this year’s Pennsylvania Planning Excellence Award recipients. These awards exemplify planners’ best efforts to create stronger, healthier, and more just communities.  Press Release The following individuals and organizations received awards:   Planning Leadership Award – Professional Planner John Theilacker, AICP Associate Director for Municipal Assistance, Brandywine Conservancy   

  • Support the PA Chapter Scholarship Fund

    Support the next generation of Planners! Give to the PA Chapter of APA Scholarship Fund! Your contribution to the PA Chapter of APA Scholarship Fund will help current planning students with their education-related expenses. Both undergraduate and graduate planning students are finding it hard to make ends meet. Students must not only juggle their academic