Please take a few minutes to help us identify what State and local planning and policy approaches hold the greatest potential to remove obstacles to ADU production in New Jersey. Responses to this survey will permit assembly of an inventory of data on places where ADU ordinances have been introduced; for what reasons; and with what outcomes.
Join us for 2 webinars on cultural competency. First, explore how human needs play into creative placemaking to support healing, recovery and resilience. Next, learn the art and craft of fostering meaningful dialogue, learning, and action.
Register now for the rescheduled Age-Friendly Communities conference which will not be held virtually on September 15, 22, 29 and October 6. Certification Maintenance credits are available for planners.
Explore how planners engaged their communities and what tools they used to increase response rates and participation in Census taking, particularly during a pandemic.
The APA New Jersey Executive Committee congratulates you on your success.
A statement to New Jersey Professional Planners and Members of the Planning Community Chuck Latini, AICP/PP, President The voices in the streets of our country have demanded that we all fully engage in conversations about a truth that has only largely been known by people of color, but mostly the Black community – that racism […]
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