On August 16, APA New Jersey sent a letter to Governor Murphy reinforcing the need to redirect efforts back to comprehensive state planning including the State Development and Redevelopment Plan, filling appointments to the State Planning Commission and reconstituting an Office of State Planning directly under the Governor’s Office.
APA-New Jersey is please to announce its next round of Community Planning Assistance Team projects in partnership with the Together North Jersey Transit Hub Pilot Program. With nearly 20 projects completed in threes years, the CPAP program has helped shape new projects and initiatives that would not have happened otherwise. Lend and hand and join us.
The City Planning Summer Institute is back for middle and high school students in Passaic County and Newark to learn more about the city planning profession and how to improve their communities. Please join APA New Jersey with a contribution which we will match!
Through a partnership between NJ TRANSIT and the Bloustein School’s Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center (VTC) at Rutgers University, NJTOD.org aims to enrich the TOD conversation in New Jersey’s diverse communities by highlighting what is happening in the state and around the country and by focusing on best practices, model programs, legislation, and local problem-solving experiences.
The Chapter’s Community Planning Assistance Program was invited by Babyland Family Services in Newark’s West Ward to build upon its social service programs to address the growing healthcare disparities and substandard living conditions for families in the West Ward.
With over 50 sessions, 200 speakers & 700 attendees, the annual New Jersey Planning Conference was a great success. Thanks to all of our attendees, speakers, sponsors, volunteers and partners for delivering an exceptional program. We look forward to seeing you next year!