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AICP News

posted on January 4th, 2022  |  Read more

Big changes in 2022 for AICP certified planners and aspiring AICPs! First, APA is changing its criteria for mandatory CM credits. Of the 32 CM credits required during the two-year reporting period, four topics are now mandatory: law, ethics, equity, and sustainability/resilience. Each topic will require 1 CM credit every two years. For more information   

APA PA Chapter News: December

posted on December 27th, 2021  |  Read more

The Latest News from PA Chapter of APA… Water, Water, Water.  It’s everywhere, and a critical issue for planners, particularly in this age of climate change and extremely disruptive storms and flooding.  This month, read about an award-winning green stormwater plan in Harrisburg, the creation of a very popular trail and park along the Schuylkill   

APA PA Chapter News: November

posted on November 29th, 2021  |  Read more

The Latest News from PA Chapter of APA… In this age of constant adaption and evolution, technology seems to be one of the biggest change agents of all. It’s tough to keep up at times! This month, read about web-based engagement platforms for GIS in Northeastern PA, social media secrets of a nonprofit in Lancaster   

APA PA Chapter News: October

posted on October 29th, 2021  |  Read more

The Latest News from PA Chapter of APA… October is always a special month for planning in Pennsylvania, when our annual conference is held and national community planning month is celebrated. We had a great annual conference in Pittsburgh this year, and two of our 2021 award winners from the conference are highlighted below –   

APA PA Chapter News: September

posted on September 29th, 2021  |  Read more

The Latest News from PA Chapter of APA… In preparation for the upcoming conference in Pittsburgh, we are featuring articles about Pittsburgh, as well as the Chapter’s Healthy Communities in Pennsylvania Task Force. In this issue, learn about Pittsburgh’s Market Square, Hazelwood Green, and Rebecca Wetzler, the new chair of the Task Force. Enjoy! Educational   

APA PA Chapter News: August

posted on August 26th, 2021  |  Read more

The Latest News from PA Chapter of APA… In this age of the pandemic, health and wellness are more important than ever. Planners are right in the middle of the conversation, providing many ways to improve people’s health. This month, read about a cultural district that improves safety, the state’s WalkWorks program, providing trails in   

APA PA Chapter News: July

posted on July 27th, 2021  |  Read more

The Latest News from PA Chapter of APA… Planning for parks, open space, recreation, natural resources, and historic preservation is one of the most rewarding areas for planners, partially because this type of planning clearly falls into the realm of government action, and partially because the results are so apparent to all and appreciated by