APA and AICP have encouraged the APA Florida Chapter to submit names of those with financial hardships to become AICP members by taking advantage of the 2018 Reduced Exam Fee […]
At least three communities will be selected to receive training and coaching on social determinants of health, health equity, and APA’s Comprehensive Plan Standards for Sustaining Places.
Now accepting nominations for the APA FL Orlando Metro Section Board! The nomination period for the APA FL Orlando Metro Section (OMS) 2018 Executive Committee election cycle is underway. A […]
Planners in communities affected by 2017 disasters are invited to apply for grants to assist their community recovery efforts.
On behalf of the Executive Committee of the Florida Chapter of the American Planning Association, please join me in congratulating seven Florida Planners that have been accepted into the 2018 […]
The 2018 Legislative Session ended on March 11. A total of 3,192 bills were filed including 11 concurrent resolutions, 101 single chamber resolutions, 1,654 general bills, 65 local bills, 28 […]
There are two weeks left in the legislative session, scheduled to end on March 9. Bills that have not been heard or have not made it through their committees are […]
The first week of the 2018 Legislative Session has concluded. On Tuesday, Governor Scott gave his final State of the State address. The latest APA Florida Bill Tracking Report, as […]
Hurricane season may be over but the recovery from this year’s devastating storms is just beginning. The APA Florida Chapter recently made a donation to the APA Foundation’s Community Assistance […]
The Legislature ended its interim committee meetings this week and is now off until the session starts on January 9. The latest Bill Tracking Report, dated December 8, can be […]