We have an incredible opportunity to be leaders in these tough economic times and to show how planning creates jobs, improves the economy, maintains existing communities, incorporates all sectors of the community in planning for growth, and creates livable walkable places where we can all thrive. It’s time to Lead, Inspire, and Innovate.
As a part of our celebration of Community Planning Month, APA-NJ has created the “Fall Exam Prep Resource Center” at no cost to our members and future professional planners. Below is a series of test prep resources for you ranging from online videos to exam sample questions. If you have additional questions, contact Kelly O’Brien […]
Registration is open for the APA Federal Policy & Program Briefing in Washington, D.C. on September 18th-September 20th. Register online at www.planning.org/policy/briefing/ and save $30! Click here to view the preliminary agenda.
Each year APA adopts a slate of legislative priorities and a platform for policies to advance planning. These priorities guide APA’s advocacy work and outline the actions Congress should take to improve planning and the nation’s communities. APA has chosen the following them for the 112th Congress is: Rebuilding the Economy, Strengthening our Communities.
The New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association has teamed up with Rutgers University’s Bloustein Online Continuing Education Program to help planners pass the New Jersey Professional Planner exam.