2016 APA Colorado State Conference
REscheduled & RElocated!!
Cheyenne Mountain Resort, October 23rd - 26th
Thanks to everyone who attended, presented and volunteered to make this year's conference a success. Presentations will be posted below beginning the week of November 7th.
All CMs with the exception of Ethics Reapplied have been entered and are available on the CM Dashboard. This ethics session should be entered by Novmeber 17th.
2016 Presentations (Coming Soon)
Breaking Down Silos: Integrating Water into Land Use Planning
Refresher: Best Practices for Planning Commissioners
- List of Engagement Techniques
- Public Engagement Spectrum
- Public Engagement Plan Template
- Internal Expectations Worksheet
- Scenario 1
- Scenario 2
- Scenario 3
Urban Markets: Restoring and Revitalizing the Ramshackle
Reinventing Redevelopment: An Innovative Approach to a New Downtown
Wind and Solar and Geo, Oh My!
Wildfires and Flood Resiliency: A Focus on Hazard, Mitigation Resource Protection and Disaster Preparedness
- Camp Creek Drainage Improvements
- Using Transportation Planning to Enhance Resource Protection
- Special Applications of the Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments Travel Demand Model for Disaster Preparedness
Rethinking Relationships: The Role of Economic Development in planning
Small Town Urban ism: Retaining the Small Town Character
LAW: 2016 Legislative Update
Reimaging America's Mountain: The New Pikes Peak Summit Complex
How the #@!% did they do that? The Story Behind the Nation's First & Colorado's Own, Truly Multi-Modal Diverging Diamond Interchange
Architecture for Planners, by Planners
3-D Modeling of our Future: Gaining clarity on infill, growth and density through computer-generated visualization
Open Space as a Growth Management Tool
Framework for Resiliency: Integrating Urban Design and Land Use, Green Infrastructure and Community Collaboration