A Resilient NY Metro Area in the Face of Crisis: Best Practices & Lessons Learned for the Planning Profession
This webinar will impart best practices and lessons learned for our members, our profession, and our communities as we grapple with how to address the dual crises of a health pandemic and economic downturn due to COVID-19 through an equity lens.
This webinar will go over planning for emergencies and disasters, such as the COVID-19 outbreak, of this year, requires quick access to current data related to community resources and business, as well as identification of at-risk populations.
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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With phased reopening underway, planning and zoning departments are trying to accommodate new methods of operation in a COVID-19 world. Many planners are now armed with new tools authorized by executive order. But are these planning tools enough?
The COVID-19 pandemic is having a significant impact on communities, and planners are on the front lines of response and recovery. APA is committed to providing resources, information, and tools to address your immediate needs and help you prepare for what is to come.
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 Friday, June 12.