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South Central Area Representative Update

By: Maureen Paz de Araujo, AICP CTP CEP - South Central Area Representative

2016 APA Colorado Chapter Award Winners

A list and articles summarizing the work of all the 2016 APA Colorado Chapter Award winners.

Cultural Diversity Through Student Engagement

The City and County of Denver, supported by HDR, developed a program for the Federal Boulevard Corridor Wide Study to reach into high schools to leverage bilingual students to gather feedback from their Spanish, Somali and Vietnamese language communities.

President's Message: 2017 Chapter Awards

Happy November!

Chris Duerksen’s Planning Leadership in Colorado

This article summarizes some of the career highlights of Chris Duerksen and some of the reasons he received APAColorado’s 2017 Planning Leadership award. It describes his instrumental roles in the creation of the Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute, the creation of the Denver Gateway plan and zoning ordinance, the Sustainable Development Code Framework, and role as Managing Director of Clarion Associates.

2017 Legislative Survey

It's time for the annual Legislative Survey.

Legislative Survey

It's time for the annual Legislative Survey.

Planning Partners: Building Multi-Disciplinary Collaboration in Colorado

The 2017 APA Colorado Chapter President’s Award was awarded to the Planning Partners Conference, which was developed, organized, and hosted by Adams County. Michelle Stephens, Chapter President, awarded the Planning Partners Conference the President’s Award due to its exceptional focus on multi-disciplinary collaboration.

Building Momentum, Continuing Success: The 2017 Fort Collins Downtown Plan

The 2017 Downtown Plan is a collaborative, inspirational guide for budgets, projects, programs, investments, and regulations to keep Downtown vibrant and successful as the vital heart of Fort Collins, CO. The Plan describes a renewed vision, policy direction, and action items for the next 5-20 years to continue Downtown’s success.

Gunnison Valley-One Valley Prosperity Project

The Gunnison Valley is a special place. Life in this high mountain valley is idyllic in many ways—excellent quality of life for many, clean air and water, beautiful landscapes, vibrant small towns, fantastic recreation opportunities and great people.



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