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Forget Paris, Local Planners Are Increasingly Facing the Complex Questions of Climate Change

Forget Paris, Local Planners Are Increasingly Facing the Complex Questions of Climate Change

June 12, 2017

Buried in the text of the guidelines for the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) is a line stating that an environmental impact report (EIR) should be no longer than 300 pages. It is a line that makes urban planning consultants ... Read More »

Perspectives from a Protégé: Participating in the “Mentor Match” Program at the 2017 National Planning Conference

Perspectives from a Protégé: Participating in the “Mentor Match” Program at the 2017 National Planning Conference

June 9, 2017

Editor’s Note: Did you know that the 2017 National Planning Conference in New York City offered mentorship matches between emerging planners and seasoned professionals? Upon signing up, interested participants were randomly assigned with a mentor or mentee from anywhere in ... Read More »

Announcing a Design Competition… Submit a Logo for the 2018 APA California Chapter Conference!

Announcing a Design Competition… Submit a Logo for the 2018 APA California Chapter Conference!

June 8, 2017

Help us brand the upcoming APA California Conference which will be hosted by the San Diego Section in 2018! The theme? “Shaping Our Future – Planning Places for All” Enter the 2018 Conference Logo Design Competition and see your logo ... Read More »

What an Awards Banquet to Remember! Celebrating San Diego’s Best in the Convoy District of Kearney Mesa

What an Awards Banquet to Remember! Celebrating San Diego’s Best in the Convoy District of Kearney Mesa

June 5, 2017

On Thursday evening, May 25th, the San Diego Section held our Annual Awards Event. It was a spectacular event – just as you have come to expect – where we highlight the best of the San Diego region.  The 170 ... Read More »