A Virtual Double Header Two separate opportunities to Learn & Share Virtual Meetings – Conducting Business and Engaging the Community A National & Local Perspective CM APPROVED

Webinar #1 The National View

April 23, 12-1 pm Dave Biggs of Metroquest (Former ULCT Keynote)

With the initial shock of March behind us, many planning teams are reimagining public engagement to keep their key projects moving forward during what could be 18 months of disruptions. Our panelists, Shane Sawyer from Virginia Department of Transportation, Stephen Stansbery from Kimley-Horn and Bob Bini, Lancaster County Planning Department, will discuss their strategies to overcome obstacles and maintain momentum on their planning projects.

 

Attend this complimentary webinar to:

  • Join your peers to learn how 100s of agencies and firms are adapting
  • Discuss barriers and obstacles to engagement for planning projects
  • Brainstorm how COVID-19 might affect the way engagement is done
  • Learn how others are reimagining their engagement during COVID-19

 

You’ll play a role in this innovative peer-to-peer exchange webinar as well. Through live polls and Q&A, we’ll learn more about your challenges and gather your ideas for moving engagement forward safely and effectively. This webcast will be in LIVE broadcast mode, available by computer audio.

 

Click here to register for the 12 pm webinar.

 

Webinar #2 – The Local View – How are we doing in Utah?

April 23, 3- 4:15 pm Join ULCT, APA Utah Chapter, DWS & UAC

Join us for an interactive discussion about conducting public meetings, the new OPMA provisions here in Utah and facilitating public engagement in the new realm of social distancing. This webinar will provide an opportunity to learn about ways cities are engaging their residents and touch on some best practices and challenges in the virtual world.

Attend this complimentary webinar to:

  • Hear from local Salt Lake City tech expert Christianna Johnson on an overview of resources and practical tips for different virtual platforms.
  • Hear a Wasatch Front Planning Commissioners perspective- Scott Hess, Kaysville City
  • Hear a Rural Utah perspective – Bruce Adams, San Juan County Commissioner
  • Join a Q&A open to all – Please join us and share your experience with the group.

 

Find the recording of this event here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eCXvpRnihMlq1pLSNQEQhzPNLAImxh__J2zgpgApTak/edit?usp=sharing

Find the presentation here: Open Public Meeting Act

Venue:   Online

  • April 23, 2020 A Virtual Double Header
    April 23, 2020 - May 30, 2020
    12:00 pm - 6:00 pm