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Lunchtime Webinar with Georgia ITE

Georgia Planning members are invited to join ITE Georgia to hear an update on transportation in Cobb County and their Cobb Forward Transportation Plan.

Webinar: Legal Pathways to Deep Decarbonization

ARC is hosting a webinar for local governments looking to cut carbon emissions. Noted climate change experts at the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia University and Widener University Law School published more than 1,000 recommendations for achieving deep decarbonization.

Policy and Advocacy Committee Meeting

Stay abreast of state and federal policy initiatives and monitor policy trends at the local level by attending these committee meetings.

EDI Committee Meeting

The mission of the EDI committee is to promote more inclusive, just, and equitable communities through a planning profession as diverse and inclusive as the many communities we serve, and to equip planners to perform inclusive planning and work effectively across diverse communities.

Deadline for Awards Nominations

The annual GPA Awards Program is GPA’s opportunity to recognize outstanding work in the planning profession in the State of Georgia. The 2021 awards nomination process will close on Friday, August 13, 2021 at 6:00 pm.

EPG Marietta Development Walking Tour

Elizabeth Porter Park 370 Montgomery St NE, Marietta, GA, United States

Join the Emerging Planners of Georgia for the first development walking tour in Marietta. We’ll meet at Elizabeth Porter Park, and learn about the history of “Baptist Town” and the “Teen Canteen” before viewing the mural and learning more about the park’s amenities.

54th Annual Basic Economic Development Course

Georgia Tech Global Learning Center 84 5th St NW, Atlanta, GA, United States

At this IEDC Accredited Basic Economic Development Course, you'll learn the foundational concepts of economic development, plus what communities are doing to capitalize on their unique assets and how Placemaking can be successfully used as an economic development tool.

Georgia Smart Communities Challenge Final Presentation: Streamlining Suburban Transit in Sandy Springs

Georgia Smart empowers communities to envision and plan for a smarter future by providing opportunities to work with Georgia Tech and university researchers to advance local initiatives. In 2020, the city of Sandy Springs was one of four communities supported by Georgia Smart for their “Streamlining Suburban Transit” project, which sought to pilot Transit Signal Priority with an Application Program Interface.