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EPP/YPG at the National Planning Conference

“Come to Atlanta April 26-30, 2014 for the biggest, brightest, boldest event in planning! Take this opportunity to advance your skills, your career, and the future of your community.

Board Minutes 01-10-2014

APA Colorado Board Meeting Minutes
Friday January 10, 2014
Pikes Peak United Way, Colorado Springs
Items discussed include the approval of the 2014 budget, the DCI conference and a partnership with CASTA.

Board Agenda February 5 2014

APA Colorado Board Meeting Agenda
Wednesday February 5, 2014
FasTracks Office, Denver, CO

Legislative Update Week 1-26-2014

Legislative Update
1-26-2014

2014 APA Board Elections

2014 APA Colorado Board Elections
If you're intersted in being more active within APA Colorad, then think about running for a Board position.

Board Minutes 12-6-2013

December 6, 2013 Board Minutes
Items discussed include the 2014 Budget, 2016 Conference RFP and others.

Board Minutes 11-1-2013

November 1, 2013 Board Minutes
Items discussed include appointment of the Western Planner Representative and Professional Development Officer, web launch, legislative liaison contract and other items.

Outstanding Planning Project – Honor: Adams County Open Space, Parks and Trails Master Plan

Outstanding Planning Project – Honor: Adams County Open Space, Parks and Trails Master Plan
The plan for Adams County provides the vision that was lacking for the County to address tremendous changes that have occurred as a result of rapid urbanization over the past ten years. The Master Plan update provided the opportunity to be forward thinking about the parks, trails and recreation needs of residents for the next ten years, and propose a new role of open space to serve as a garden for a metropolis.

Award-Worthy Planning Increases the Value of Planning

Presiden'ts Message
Award-Worthy Planning Increases the Value of Planning
Susan Wood, APA Colorado President

Community Engagement – Honor: City of Lakewood Sustainable Neighborhood Program

The Sustainable Neighborhoods Program (SN) gives residents the opportunity to become active partners in making Lakewood a vibrant and sustainable community. Developed through the City’s Neighborhood Planning section as an implementation of Lakewood’s Comprehensive Plan, the program focuses on five goal areas: energy, air, water, land, and people. Within these goal areas, residents in participating neighborhoods select the initiatives and projects that they would like to implement, allowing each neighborhood to address the unique challenges and leverage the opportunities specific to their area of Lakewood

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