Planning Webcast Series


February 19 | 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM ET

Resilience in Vulnerable Communities

The APA Housing and Community Development Division is excited to host the second part of our series on Resilience in Vulnerable Communities. Hilton Head Island’s population was predominantly Gullah Geechee people for generations until a bridge brought development in 1956. Because of this new development Gullah Geechee people were forced out due to rising land, housing, and tax costs. A Gullah Geechee Land and Cultural Preservation Task Force was created to preserve their culture and the result of their work included 37 policy recommendations. Strategies to address cultural preservation, land management, heirs’ property and community development were included. Sheryse DuBose, with the Town of Hilton Head will discuss how the Gullah Geechee people were instrumental in this major planning project and their plan to retain the community fabric when the native community is actively leaving. The speakers will describe the zoning measures being considered to ensure the community has access to land and the programs that exist to arrest land sales for heirs’ property.

Sponsored by: APA Housing & Community Development Division

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February 26 | 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM ET

Architecture and Urban Planning Through The Tales of Time

This session discusses architecture and urban planning through the centuries within the seven continents.

Sponsored by: APA National Capital Area Chapter

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March 5 | 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM ET

Suburban Design in a New Era

Join us for a webcast hosted by the Illinois Chapter of the American Planning Association and the Municipal Design Review Network (MDRN), where attendees will learn about design strategies and amenities that the suburbs are embracing for healthier and more dynamic spaces. Hear how research has led to such strategies, and learn from experts on how suburban communities are adapting spatially in this new era.

Sponsored by: APA Illinois Chapter

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March 12 | 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM ET

Legacy Businesses: Emerging Directions

Learn about established and emerging legacy business initiatives, which seek to document and promote longstanding enterprises so essential to neighborhood character and community identity. In addition, hear the results of the first national study of legacy business programs across North America.

Sponsored by: APA Urban Design & Preservation Division

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March 19 | 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM ET

The Road to AICP

Do you have doubts about becoming AICP certified? Are you a student thinking about a career in planning wanting to learn more about the AICP certification process? Are you planning to take the upcoming AICP exam? This webinar is for you! The American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) is the only nationwide verification of a planners’ expertise. In 2019, only 36% of APA members held the AICP certification. There are noticeable advantages to obtaining a professional certification like increased earning potential and competitive advantages in the job market. There are also barriers to entry for many qualified planners like annual dues and costs associated with continuing education. Join the APA Women & Planning Division for an informative panel discussion about the advantages & disadvantages of the AICP certification, how to apply for the exams, and some basic test tips for future test takers.

Sponsored by: APA Women & Planning Division

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We have two distance education sessions available for on-demand viewing through December 31, 2021:

CM | 1.5 LAW >> Public Art Life Cycle: Concept to Commission

CM | 1.5 ETHICS >> Ethics for Planners


  • February 19, 2021 - March 19, 2021
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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