- Spring 2018 Town Hall Lecture Series January 12, 2018
The APA Florida Treasure Coast Section, in conjunction with the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council and several other organizations, will be co-sponsoring a Spring 2018 Town Hall Lecture Series beginning on Wednesday evening, Jan. 31t at the Historic Jensen Beach Community Center.
Victor Dover, FAICP, the featured speaker on Jan. 31, will address ‘Street Design: The Secret of Great Cities and Towns’. The program will begin at 5:30 pm with a Meet & Greet followed by the lecture by Victor Dover at 6:30 pm. 1.5 AICP CM credits will be sought. There is no charge for the program, but RSVPs are required (email Liz Gulick at firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please check our calendar for event specifics, and the following flyer for an overview of the Series: Spring 2018 Lecture Series Flyer
Feb. 21: Ellen Dunham-Jones, FCNU, professor of urban design, Georgia Institute of Technology
Topic: Retrofitting Suburbia For 21st Century Challenges
March 14: Rick Gonzales, AIA, president, REG Architects
Topic: Historic Buildings as Placemaker Anchors
April 11: Raphael Clemente, executive director, Downtown Development Authority, city of West Palm Beach
Topic: The Impact of Art on Towns And Cities
- Suburban Remix – Regional Forum – January 19th December 27, 2017
The Florida Planning & Zoning Association is hosting a regional forum, in conjunction with the Village of Wellington, titled “Suburban Remix” at the Wellington Community Center on January 19th, 2018, from 10 AM to 2 PM. Please mark your calendars for this wonderful event. A Save-the-Date is attached with more information. The event presents a 3 AICP CM opportunity.
- FAU School of Urban & Regional Planning SPRING 2018 Mentorship Program is Still Looking for Mentors December 17, 2017
- AICP members may receive up to 8 self-reported AICP CM credits
We hope you will take advantage of this special opportunity to give back to the planning profession and make a difference in the life of an aspiring planner while earning up to 8 self-reported AICP CM Credits!!!
The School of Urban and Regional Planning (SURP) at Florida Atlantic University (FAU), in collaboration with the Broward Section and Treasure Coast Section of the Florida Chapter of the American Planning Association, and the Palm Beach County Planning Congress, is now accepting applications from professional planners and SURP students who want to participate in the Spring 2018 Mentorship Program.
The Mentorship Program is intended to give student mentees the opportunity to interact with professional planning mentors and gain insight into professional planning practice. It is also intended to provide mentors with an opportunity to contribute to the development of aspiring planners.
Mentors and mentees are expected to meet at least four times during the semester from late August through early December. Click HERE for more information and the on-line application form. FYI, mentors who are AICP members may receive up to 8 self-reported AICP CM credits. Click HERE for more details.
Any questions, please contact Dr. Steven Bourassa at email@example.com
- Treasure Coast Section Annual Meeting & Planning Month BBQ October 2, 2017
- Treasure Coast Fall Events September 20, 2017 Treasure Coast Fall Events