Elizabeth A. Garvin, AICP; R. Steven Miller, AICP; Silvia E. Vargas, FAICP
The "Gig for Government" trend is creating new kinds of consulting opportunities for planners. More than 45 percent of state and local government officials said they need professional workers who can be available on demand.
Robert L. Barber, FAICP; Bonnie J. Johnson, FAICP, PhD; James Peters, FAICP; Karen Wolf, FAICP
The AICP Ethics Committee presents a series of ethical scenarios based on actual inquiries and misconduct complaints from the previous year.
Emily S. Brock; Tess Hembree; Jason Jordan; Sue Schwartz, FAICP; Josh
Before the pandemic struck, the nation was already gripped by a housing crisis of varying shapes and scopes. Today’s reality layers on a new and critical housing challenge. This session examines how communities can provide housing security and continue to address systemic problems of affordability and availability.
Jason Jordan; Sean M. Maguire, AICP; Erika Poethig; Patrick Pontius
How can planners best respond to the current COVID-19 situation and plan for the future? How can we plan for an inclusive, equity-driven approach to recovery? Join the wide-ranging discussion.
James D. Hill, AICP; Kimberley Mickelson, AICP; Margaret Wallace Brown,
AICP; Joe D. Webb
Since 1936, Houston has grown from a developer’s scheme to the nation’s fourth-largest city. Never having adopted zoning, the city had also never prepared a comprehensive plan on any periodic schedule ... until a nonprofit helped bring about Plan Houston in 2015.
|Susannah Davidson; Angela Urban|
Take a deep dive into the dumpster. This session introduces attendees to refuse and recycling during a major disaster. Learn about methods specifically designed for communities, large and small.
Tia A. Boyd; Jennifer Z. Carver, AICP ; Jeremy
Crute; Dennis J. Smith, AICP; Ruth L. Steiner
Recent university research shows how risk and uncertainty impact transportation and community planning. This session will brainstorm strategies for local implementation, and try out tools and methods for incorporating risk into long-range planning efforts.
Joseph D. Monty Jr.; Willa Ng; Jason A. Schrieber, AICP
Once gray and uninteresting, miles of urban curbs are becoming instruments of transformation, enabling cities to advance mobility programs, developers to reallocate funding away from parking, and communities to create equitable funding for sustainable land use and mobility programs.