Meet your SDAPA Board Member: Sue Peerson, Academic and CPF Liaison

Hello! My name is Sue Peerson, and I am the Academic and CPF Liaison on the Board.  I am a faculty member in the Urban Studies and Planning Department at [...]

By |2021-02-01T23:25:58-08:00February 1st, 2021|San Diego Planning Journal|

Views On The Post-COVID Business Environment and Urban Planning’s Response

On November 19, 2020, the APA San Diego Section presented a 90-minute broad-based webinar with unique perspectives on how city environs and activities will adapt as we enter the post-COVID [...]

Meet your SDAPA Board Member: Natalie Tran, Student Representative-UCSD

Hello! I'm Natalie Tran, and I'm UC San Diego's Student Representative. I'm a fourth-year Urban Studies and Planning major with minors in Political Science and Environmental Studies. I currently work [...]

Applications for the 10th Annual Young Planners Group Mentorship Program are now available!

The SDAPA Young Planners Group (YPG) is pleased to announce the launch of the entirely virtual 2021 Mentorship Program, a wonderful opportunity for students and young planners to connect with [...]

By |2020-12-18T11:42:04-08:00December 18th, 2020|San Diego Planning Journal|

Better Buzz Series: What’s happening with the Town and Country Redevelopment, Renovation, and addition to the San Diego River Park in Mission Valley?

On October 29, 2020, the SDAPA presented a webinar to highlight the overall progress of a multiple component renovation of the Town and Country Hotel in Mission Valley, on-site housing [...]

50 Years of CEQA, Environmental Planning and AEP

This article was originally published for the California Association of Environmental Professionals  Abstract The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA, sometimes called “Little National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) or “Little NEPA”, [...]

“Gentefied” – A Netflix and Binge Discussion on Gentrification and the Role of Planners in the Latinx Community

“You know what’s the [expletive] up part? Spending your whole life building a business just so some idiot can take it away. Or that you can create a legacy for [...]

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