Register Now for a Landmark Event in Planning: The Community Planning Collaborative Summit 2005
Come and witness how the integration of public participation and technical tools can enhance planning and decision making processes in all communities.
The CPC Summit is set in the context of a live demonstration of decision support tools to improve public participation in land use planning.
This exciting event is a first-of-a-kind venue for the sharing and exchange of knowledge about tools for community design and decision making.
Attend this event and you will:
* Witness the application of a wide range of tools for land use planning, urban design, economic development, infrastructure analysis, and environmental analysis to assist in the planning process of a 7-county wide region and 90,000 acres in Orange County just southeast of the Orlando.
* Share knowledge with experts around the country about tools and techniques for better community planning, exploring topics such as: "Building Decision Support Capacity in Your Own Community," "Civic Engagement Tools and Processes," and "How to Measure Success."
* Participate in trainings on the use of tools you will see applied.
* Gain hands-on experience using a host of decision support tools including visualization, scenario building and public participation tools.
Submit a Proposals to host a Session, Panel or Workshop by June 17th, 2005.
Go to http://www.placematters.com/CPCI/present/present.php to submit an online proposal.
For more information contact:
3719 West 32nd Ave
Posted May 23, 2005
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