The Hudson Valley Greenway has announced the latest rounds of grants available fund activities such as: Natural an cultural resource protection, regional planning economic development public access heritage and environmental education Greenway Compact Communities are eligible to receive up to$25,000 for projects that develop, approve, and implement a regional compact strategy consistent with the Greenway criteria […]
Honor a fellow Planner: Nominate them for Sustainable Communities Division Awards for Excellence in Sustainability
The Second Annual Sustainable Communities Division Awards for Excellence in Sustainability Deadline for nominations: March 16, 2015 APA’s Sustainable Communities, International, and Urban Design and Preservation Divisions are pleased to announce the Second Annual Awards for Excellence in Sustainability, to be awarded at the National Planning Conference in Seattle on April 19, 2015. Categories Sustainable Development […]
The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) seeks contractual support for a qualified team of planners, facilitators, and writers to assist the agency in development of a new strategic plan. Selected contractor(s) will work closely with ARC and its local and state partners to shape this new effort over the course of a nine-month period beginning in […]
Albany’s Arbor Hill neighborhood was just designated one of the American Planning Association’s “Great Places in America” because of it’s great historic assets, community engagement and civic pride, and it’ context sensitive development.
The Upstate New York Chapter of the American Planning Association is proud to announce the annual conference will be held in downtown Rochester at the Memorial Art Gallery, from Wednesday, September 17, 2014 through Friday September 19, 2014. This year’s conference theme is Practical Knowledge for Practical Planning and will include three concurrent tracks as well as […]