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Central Section: Clean Water Planning Workshop & BMP Tour

Farm & Home Center 1383 Arcadia Road, Lancaster, PA, United States

Lancaster and York Counties are leaders in integrated water resources planning and collaborative watershed restoration. Join us to learn about their water quality initiatives, then hop on a bus to tour key best management practices in Lancaster County. Enroute to each stop, Lancaster Clean Water Partners will highlight how the BMPs to be seen are   

Webinar Wednesday: Planning for TOD – A Way to Transform your Community

Planning for TOD – A Way to Transform your Community Transit-oriented development (TOD) capitalizes on public transit access by transforming underutilized spaces into walkable and sustainable communities, with a mix of land uses, a vibrant public realm, and excellent connectivity to transit amenities. The Montgomery County Planning Commission released a Model TOD Ordinance and Guidebook   

Webinar Wednesday: Critical Aquifer Recharge Areas in the Susquehanna River Basin

Critical Aquifer Recharge Areas in the Susquehanna River Basin Groundwater recharge is the primary means of ensuring water is available in aquifers for water supply and as base flow to streams.  Different geologic materials, structures, and land uses all influence the rate in which water can recharge underlying aquifers. This study incorporated factors influencing recharge   

Annual APA PA Conference

Electrifying the Future With Our Past Join Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Planning Association for their Annual Conference in Scranton. 400 planners expected Over 40 classroom sessions 6 mobile workshops offered Up to 12 CM credits, including Sustainability/Resilience, Equity, Law and Ethics Welcome Reception at Scranton Cultural Center Annual Awards presentation - our best and brightest   

Webinar Wednesday: Ethics Cases of the Year

Ethics Cases of the Year The AICP Code of Ethics was recently updated in 2021 with the updated code going into effect January 1, 2022. This session will present a summary of the updated AICP Code of Ethics followed by a review of several ethical scenarios/ case studies. The review of the updated AICP Code   

Webinar Wednesday: Land Use Law Update

Land Use Law Update This session will review opinions of the federal and Pennsylvania courts issued since the last APA PA annual conference and highlight developments in the law. The session will cover the adoption, administration, interpretation and enforcement of MPC-enabled ordinances; floodplain, stormwater and wetlands management; other state and federal statutes impacting land use   

Webinar Wednesday: Are You Ready? A Framework for Identifying Climate Risks…

Are You Ready? A Framework for Identifying Climate Risks, Prioritizing Actions, and Securing Funding Anticipating, preparing for, and mitigating the impacts of climate change is critical to ensuring our communities continue to prosper and provide a high quality of life. This two-part session will first introduce a transferable methodology for assessing and visualizing the wide-ranging