American Planning Association

The American Planning Association (APA) is seeking input for an update of the 2000 Planning for Sustainability Policy Guide.
Oct 20, 2014   American Planning Association
The "median" planner is 42 years old, has been in the field for 13 years, specializes in community development and redevelopment, and earns $64,000. States with highest salaries are D.C., California and New Jersey.
May 11, 2006   American Planning Association
A special six-member team of planners assembled by the APA put published its report, "Charting the Course for Rebuilding a Great American City," which includes short-and long-term recommendations for improving the city's planning.
Dec 2, 2005   American Planning Association
APA Executive Director Paul Farmer testifies at a joint congressional hearing about plans for rebuilding New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
Oct 20, 2005   American Planning Association
APA publishes a workbook from the Planning for a Disaster-Resistant Community AICP Workshop at the 2005 APA National Planning Conference.
Sep 11, 2005   American Planning Association
A article in APA's Planning & Environmental Law describes the arguments in APA's Amicus Curiae and the decision written by Justice Stevens.
Jul 22, 2005   American Planning Association
The American Planning Association publishes a report that offers advice for developing high-risk areas.
Jun 24, 2005   American Planning Association
The APA publishes a matrix surveying municipalities with green building guidelines.
Jun 15, 2005   American Planning Association
Does unreliable data and analysis result in hidden taxes in the form of higher costs for infrastructure?
May 18, 2005   American Planning Association
Israel Stollman, FAICP, distinguished urban planner and key negotiator in the merger that created APA, died February 2 in New Zealand at the age of 81.
Feb 14, 2005   American Planning Association
From a new report to an innovative technology survey, the American Planning Association is taking a leadership role in E-Government.
Feb 2, 2005   American Planning Association