ReCAP – New Regional Climate Action Planning Framework

Leadership and collaboration has allowed the San Diego region to rise to the forefront of climate action planning in the state. Nearly every local government has adopted or is developing [...]

You Spoke, We’re Listening

You Spoke, We’re Listening: Results of Professional Development Survey The results are in! Nearly 120 members provided input on interests and priorities for professional development programs as part of the [...]

Meet your SDAPA Board Member: Elizabeth Dickson, Communications Coordinator

Hi! I’m Elizabeth Dickson, the new SDAPA Communications Coordinator. I am currently a graduate candidate at SDSU studying City Planning, and I expect to graduate next Spring (I can’t wait!). [...]

Susan Baldwin Receives PEN Award at 2018 APA California Conference

A hearty congratulations to Susan B. Baldwin, AICP, for winning a Planner Emeritus Network (PEN) Award at the 2018 APA California Conference in San Diego! The PEN is a distinguished [...]

Diversity Summit and Mixer at 2018 California State Conference

“Moving Towards Transportation Justice: What can Planners do to Meet the Needs of Disadvantaged Communities?” On Sunday, October 7, 2018, the State APA Conference will present its annual Diversity Summit [...]

Rideshare Week is October 1-5: It’s your life, enjoy the ride

Employers and commuters in the San Diego region are invited to participate in National Rideshare Week, October 1-5, hosted locally by the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) iCommute program. [...]

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Planning Camp! Fun Times at Camp Sequoia with our Central Valley APA Colleagues

For over 25 years, the APA CA Central Section has been hosting a 3-day, family-friendly, summer weekend retreat at the YMCA Camp at Lake Sequoia. Every year, the Central Valley [...]

Planning4Health: Planners and Public Health Practitioners Joining Forces

Planning is an evolving field of work with the steadfast value of prioritizing the health and wellness of communities and those who occupy them. Until recently, the fields of planning [...]