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Upcoming APA Utah Events

Zero Fatalities (CM Approved)

Apr 13, 2021
8:00 am

The Zero Fatalities program partners are pleased to announce the Safety Summit is going virtual in 2021! The Summit will kick off on Tuesday, April 13 with engaging content, compelling keynote speakers and our awards ceremony. In-depth workshops with subject-matter experts on topics related to engineering, enforcement, EMS and others will be available Wednesday, April (more…)

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Equity in Planning Departments and Academia (CM approved)

Apr 19, 2021
4:00 pm

Voices in a volunteer led panel discussion that provides an opportunity for a diverse array of planning leaders in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area and beyond.  This year’s panel will expand the geographic reach of our dicussion and include Voices from Massachusetts, Maryland and Utah.  The panel will explore how to increase the diversity of (more…)

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Housing Assessments 101: The What, Why and How (1.5 CM)

Apr 22, 2021
2:00 pm

Housing Assessments 101: The What, Why and How April 22 – 2:00-3:30PM MDT Any community in which the housing market is undersupplying affordable homes for its residents and local employees can benefit from information provided by a Housing Needs Assessment. It will not only inform how much housing is needed to support the community and (more…)

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Short Term Rental Trends in the Intermountain West and How to Craft an Ordinance to Handle Them (1.5 CM)

May 04, 2021
2:00 pm

Short Term Rental Trends in the Intermountain West and How to Craft an Ordinance to Handle Them May 4 – 2:00-3:30PM MDT In the last ten years, short-term rentals have dramatically altered the landscape of guest accommodations and our understanding of how they affect communities. While the new sharing economy can bring economic benefits, they can (more…)

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The New Land Use: Our Communities After COVID-19 (CM Approved)

May 06, 2021
12:00 pm

As we all begin to recover from COVID-19we will see land-use markets, transportation behavior, and ways of recreating all find anew normal. Let’s come together to discuss the latest research and share ideas for how communities can shape and build upon these new dynamics to build a better future. Join us for the first in (more…)

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The Stage and The Dancer: LEVERAGING STREET DESIGN FOR ECONOMIC PROSPERITY (CM Approved)

May 07, 2021
12:00 pm

Streets don’t just help people get from A to B. They are also our most visible public spaces and the engines of our economies. A great street, a true asset, can help a community prosper by setting the stage for desired land-use changes, and vice versa. Come learn about Salt Lake City’s approach to addressing (more…)

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THE COLOR OF LAW APAUT ONLINE BOOK DISCUSSION (1.5 CM)

May 10, 2021
6:00 pm

In February, Chapter President Kirsten Whetstone announced our first-ever Utah Chapter “Book Discussion” and the selection of our first book—The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America by Richard Rothstein. This free event—which will be AICP CM credit eligible—will be accessible to any registered participants.   Have you been reading? If (more…)

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In-Person – What you need to do – Legislative 2021 Update (CM Approved)

May 13, 2021
1:00 pm

This in-person workshop will delve deep into what new legislation means for municipalities and the next steps to bring your community into compliance.     (more…)

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Tell Your Story (CM Approved)

May 14, 2021
9:00 am

Join us for an interactive forum on telling the story of “how cities work” from the local and regional planning perspective.   In-person event.   Deep Dive and Tell Your Story Flyer (more…)

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NUSA 2021 Virtual Conference

May 19, 2021
8:00 am

Neighborhoods USA Neighborhoods, USA (NUSA) is a national, non-profit organization committed to building and strengthening neighborhood organizations. Created in 1975 to share information and experiences used to build stronger communities, NUSA continues to encourage networking and information-sharing to facilitate the development of partnerships among neighborhood organizations, government, and the private sector for the ultimate goal (more…)

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APAUT SPRING CONFERENCE KANAB

May 19, 2021
1:00 pm

Due to COVID, this event has been POSTPONED.   To reduce social contact, Spring Conference will be designed with longer sessions and more whole group training. What type of training would be valuable to you and your staff? Have you participated in training recently that you think other planners in Utah would benefit from?  Please (more…)

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Educated Guests Make Good Neighbors: How to Educate Short-Term Rental Guests (1.5 CM)

May 20, 2021
2:00 pm

Educated Guests Make Good Neighbors: How to Educate Short-Term Rental Guests May 20 – 2:00-3:30PM MDT Every community leader has heard horror stories about bad short-term rental guests, but most short-term rental ordinances and discussions focus on hosts and property managers. What if there were ways to improve the other side of the short-term rental (more…)

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