Join the Emerging Planners of Georgia (EPG) for a Law Panel Lunch & Learn discussion via Zoom. This panel of land use lawyers will discuss current legal land use and zoning issues. This event is eligible for 1.5 CM Law Credits. No pre-registration is necessary.
Join the School of City & Regional Planning and Student Planning Association for World Town Planning Day: "Planning with LGBTQ Communities: Lessons from Atlanta, Tampa, and Houston" featuring Petra Doan, Professor at Florida State University. The presentation will review the resistance to planning for LGBTQ spaces from some quarters and then argue why such planning is needed.
The DCA Office of Planning, in partnership with the Georgia Planning Association, offers a class called the Community Planning Institute to Georgia’s planning commissioners, elected officials and local government staff. The Institute provides information about planning for land use, growth and development.
The deadline for providing comments to the FAA is by COB November 12, 2021.
This presentation explores how to make city cycling safe, practical, and convenient for a broad spectrum of ages, genders, and abilities. Buehler and Pucher discuss the latest cycling trends and policies around the world and consider specific aspects of cycling. This webinar is free and open to all APA chapters.
Join the Emerging Planners of Georgia for the November Happy Hour at Monday Night Brewing.
GPA facilitates an annual Mentor Program. This year’s program will run from January to June 2022. The program has a flexible format so that senior mentors, mid-career planners, and emerging professionals can tailor their own experience in a team.GPA members who are practicing planners at any career stage are encouraged to apply. Participants benefit from […]
The Council for Quality Growth invites Planning and Community Development directors to a closed forum with planning leadership from across the metro Atlanta region to discuss challenges, successes, and trends in planning and land development policy.
Join us for the last EPG meeting of 2021 where we will be discussing 2022 programming, addressing the board composition, and updating its bylaws.