Featured: NATIONAL COMMUNITY PLANNING MONTHIntroducing the 2016 Great Places in America
Each year, to kick-off National Community Planning Month, APA recognizes outstanding people, planning efforts, and places that represent the best in planning and community impact. Today, we are proud to announce 15 neighborhoods, streets, and public spaces that APA has designated as the 2016 Great Places in America. We invite you to get to know them all.Learn More
Think Outside the Planning Meeting
"Go where the people are to engage your community," says Kelly Glenn, a master's candidate at Rutgers. Be bold, creative, and unexpected. Talk up planning at local events and gatherings. Put people at ease by meeting in restaurants and other informal settings. Expand your reach by using interactive online tools. And don't forget to follow up!