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Journal of the American Planning Association—Print Edition

JAPA is the quarterly journal of record for the planning profession. JAPA publishes peer-reviewed, original research and analysis; expert commentaries; and book reviews. JAPA is published quarterly.

$48.00

Journal of the American Planning Association—Digital Edition

JAPA is the quarterly journal of record for the planning profession. JAPA publishes peer-reviewed, original research and analysis; expert commentaries; and book reviews. JAPA is published quarterly.

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Planning in the American West

Monday, April 28, 2014, 12:00pm

The West is, and always has been, a markedly different place with different assets and challenges than other regions of the United States. This poster highlights the differences that should concern planners and local governments. See why proactive planning is needed to preserve the character, natural resources, and way of life the West provides.

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Georgia Tech - School of City and Regional Planning, Georgia Planning Association Reception

Monday, April 28, 2014, 6:30pm

Reception to be held at: Metro Chamber of Commerce, 235 Andrew Young International Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA 30303

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Zoning and the American Dream

1990 Hardcover
Zoning's promise was simple and majestic: to create livable and beautiful cities. Has zoning lived up to its promise? Find out in this compelling look at the central land-use planning technique of the 20th century.

$25.00 Non-member sale

Visions for a New American Dream

1994 Paperback
Have haphazard growth patterns made it impossible to realize the classic American dream of owning a house in a neighborhood with a sense of community? This book shows you how to combine the best design principles of the past with the technological advances of the present to achieve a more satisfying community environment.

$69.95

Building the New American Streetscape

Tuesday, April 29, 2014, 10:30am

From parklets and public plazas to protected bike lanes and road diets, cities across the country are rethinking how best to plan and design their streets. Take a page from the National Association of City Transportation Officials’ new Urban Street Design Guide and explore the cutting-edge techniques being used in two very different urban environments — Atlanta and New York. *Pending approval for 1.25 PDH from the LA CES.

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Preserving African American Historic Districts

Sunday, April 27, 2014, 1:15pm

See how reinvestment and preservation have revitalized the historic African American neighborhoods of Sunset Avenue, Collier Heights and Sweet Auburn. The tour will cover everything from their role in the civil rights movement to a new transportation corridor, Main Street initiatives, even a soul-food lunch. Sponsored by APA’s Planning and the Black Community Division with the Atlanta Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects and the City of Atlanta Planning Office. Transportation: Motorcoach, walking.

$85.00

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Ethics in Planning

2008 Streaming Media
Explore on-the-job ethical dilemmas with a trio of panelists including AICP ethics officer Paul Farmer, FAICP, CEO of the American Planning Association. You'll gain a better understanding of ethical issues in planning practice.

$25.00

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Planning and Zoning for Wind Energy

2012 Adobe PDF
This PAS Essential Info Packet provides an extensive collection of model and sample ordinances for wind energy systems large and small, along with background articles and examples of how communities are adding support for wind energy to their comprehensive plans.

$30.00

Planning and Zoning for Solar Energy

2011 Adobe PDF
An extensive collection of sample ordinances along with background articles and examples of how communities are adding solar provisions to their comprehensive plans. This packet is available free to all as part of APA's participation in the Solar America Communities Outreach Partnership.

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Planning for Wind Energy (PAS 566)

2011 Paperback
Communities across the country want to put the wind to work. This practical primer shows how to make wind energy a powerful part of land-use planning.

$60.00

Planning Los Angeles

2012 Paperback
Los Angeles isn't planned; it just happens. Right? Not so fast ...

$34.95

Planning the Urban Forest (PAS 555)

2009 Paperback
This report explains how communities can develop urban forestry programs to capture the social and environmental benefits of trees.

$60.00

Planning, Public Health, and Physical Activity

2009 Adobe PDF
How can planning be used to encourage a physically active community? How can public health goals be incorporated in comprehensive plans? If you are pondering these questions, this PAS Essential Info Packet is for you.

$30.00

Classic Readings in Urban Planning

2004 Paperback
The best anthology in planning just got better! This indispensable compilation is essential reading for planning students, practitioners, and educators.

$64.95

Celebrate Planning! CPAT Field Notes

Monday, April 28, 2014, 1:00pm

APA’s Community Planning Assistance Teams (CPAT) initiative has advanced sound planning practice locally, regionally, and nationally. Learn about the experiences of two CPAT teams, one in La Feria, Texas, another in Dubuque, Iowa. Find how CPAT affected those communities, where this groundbreaking program is headed, and how it can be implemented at the chapter level.

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Planning and Zoning for Rural Character

2009 Adobe PDF
This PAS Essential Info Packet offers reports, plans, and sample ordinances that planners can add to their toolkit to help preserve rural character.

$30.00

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