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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As creative placemakers working across many sectors to build and sustain more equitable, just, and beautiful communities in our cities, towns, and neighborhoods, you are already some of the most resilient and resourceful people in the nation. Never before has your work been more important as the world strains toward the creation of its new normal. Thank you for your leadership, and thank you for remaining engaged with NCCP as we all work to shape today’s conversation about the future. Browse below the description of our Mini-Summits, and register to snag your spot today.
All sessions will be submitted for AICP Certification Maintenance credits.
The 2020 Census will determine congressional representation, inform hundreds of billions in federal funding every year, and provide data that will impact communities for the next decade. Let’s make sure everyone in New Jersey is counted! Take action today.
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.
The Transit Hubs Pilot program was developed to work with communities to create vibrant areas around existing train stations and/or stops, while supporting the community’s goals for economic development, land use, access to jobs and cultural development. The studies were completed by APA New Jersey in partnership NJTPA and Rutgers.