APA-NJ is looking for volunteer planners to support a new project in Newark’s West Ward with Babyland Family Services. The project focuses around planning and public health. Please contact Tom Schulze at email@example.com if interested.
Rutgers’ Voorhees Transportation Center has teamed up with the NJTPA to create and launch Set the Table! They are seeking young adults ages 18-29 to host dinner parties or gatherings of friends to discuss their priorities for New Jersey’s future.
Another year, another successful conference! Check out our photo gallery and if you attended the conference, please take a brief survey to let us know how we did and what we can improve upon!
In early 2016, NJDEP requested comment on preliminary drafts of the renewed NJPDES Municipal Tier A and Tier B Stormwater General Permits, including their substantially revised “Post Construction Stormwater Management” requirements.
In March of 2015, the New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association received funding through the APA Plan4Health Project to bring together a coalition of partners to undertake the Trenton Healthy Communities Initiative. The initiative was designed to address inactivity and unhealthy diet–two primary determinants of chronic disease–as well as housing and health equity issues in the City of Trenton.
If you have ever thought about joining the APA-NJ Executive Committee there is no better time than now. Join our group of dedicated professionals to make a difference in our Chapter and beyond. The Call for Nominations ends on Tuesday, May 31.
Public-Interest Organizations Urge Commitment of Disaster Competition Award Funds to Regional Planning
Letter, signed by 12 organizations, emphasizes urgent need for leadership and regional focus in resiliency planning.