Registration for NPC19 is now open for APA members only through January 9. Right now, members are getting first access to popular ticketed items, such as planner-led orientation tours, mobile workshops, and the Welcome Reception.
Not an APA member but considering attending the 2019 National Planning Conference in San Francisco? You’ll want to keep scrolling.
How Much You'll Save
Non-APA members can save nearly $600 — 60 percent off — on conference registration by joining APA today. Rather than paying the nonmember rate of $1,050, join today as a new member and pay half of the APA member rate — only $368 if you register by February 13 (the final day of early-bird registration).
You’ll get the year-round benefits of being an APA member while saving big on NPC19 registration. You’ll have access to great member benefits such as Planning magazine, the Planning Advisory Service, APA’s Career Services, and much more. And you’ll have some extra walking-around money for all that San Francisco has to offer.
In addition, new members can join the American Planning Association at a savings of up to 85 percent a year, for two years. APA dues during this two-year period are at the low cost of $95/year (including national and chapter dues).
What You'll Get Year-Round
If you've never been a member of APA, we want to encourage you to take advantage of all our association offers. You will soon discover that APA is your essential professional organization. Membership in APA provides you with the most opportunities to elevate the practice of planning, the communities you serve, and your own career.
New members also enjoy additional savings during the first two years of membership, including:
Join APA in San Francisco
NPC19 will be the year’s premier planning event. Explore the program, join APA at the special new member rate, and we’ll look forward to welcoming you to San Francisco in April.
Top image: A giant poster of San Francisco was brought to colorful life by 2018 conferencegoers in New Orleans. APA photo by Riverview Photography.
About the Author
Dustin Calliari is APA's senior content marketing associate.