Exhibit On The Physical Fitness Of Cities

Exhibit On The Physical Fitness Of Cities

SLC Planning Division

In conjunction with the 2002 Olympic Winter Games and the 2002 Paralympic Winter Games, the Salt Lake City Planning Division is organizing an exhibit and symposium on The Physical Fitness of Cities: Vision and Ethics in City Building. Cosponsors include the American Planning Association, the American Institute of Architects, and the United Nations Environment Program.

As envisioned by Planning Director Stephen Goldsmith, the exhibit will
chronicle exemplary performance in the planning, design, and realization
of projects in such areas as housing, transportation, cultural
infrastructure, social and environmental justice interventions, and the
management of air, land, and water quality. Organizers are seeking
digital submissions on CDs from public agencies, planning and design
firms, and related organizations worldwide. The resulting exhibit,
designed as a series of interactive computer displays, will be available
for other venues following the Olympics.

July 31 is the deadline for submissions. For more information and the Call for Entries, visit www.fitcities.org or contact Elizabeth
Bailey-Durst in the Planning Division (phone: 801-535-7758; fax: 801-535-6174; e-mail: [email protected].)

Related Link: The Physical Fitness of Cities

For more information contact:

Elizabeth Bailey-Durst
SLC Planning Division
451 South State, Room 406
Salt Lake City
UT 84111
United States

Phone: 801-535-7758
Fax: 801-535-6174
Email: [email protected]

Posted June 19, 2001

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