Housing & Transportation Working Group Webinar: Regional Planning Strategies with Peter Calthorpe

April 26

Did your agency or organization receive a HUD Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Grant? Are you trying to start or advance a regional plan?


Join us Tuesday, April 26th at 3:30pm ET for the Sustainable Communities Network webinar: "Peter Calthorpe Tells All: Regional Planning Around the Country". This event is hosted by Smart Growth America, PolicyLink, Reconnecting America, and the National Housing Conference.

Award-winning planner Peter Calthorpe, known for such successful projects as Envision Utah, will share his expertise from over 30 years in the field and give advice on how to begin, implement and successfully navigate the regional planning process. He will help participants explore how the unique qualities of a particular region can be leveraged to meet fiscal goals, land use challenges and transportation needs in communities across the country.

 

What:

"Peter Calthorpe Tells All: Regional Planning Around the Country”.

When:

Tuesday, April 26th at 3:30 p.m. ET.

Where:    

Webinar information will be sent to registrants.

RSVP:

This webinar is free but registration is required: click here to register.
Please RSVP by Monday, April 25, 2011 at 5:00 p.m. ET.


Smart Growth America's Sustainable Communities Network is an opportunity for state and local government officials, business leaders and nonprofit professionals to ask questions, trade ideas, learn best practices, and share project ideas with others from around the country. The network also shares updates about federal initiatives, upcoming events, webinars and conferences to support vibrant, sustainable communities.

Do you have a colleague or know an organization that recently applied for, was awarded or is considering applying for the next round of grants through the federal Partnership for Sustainable Communities? They can join Smart Growth America’s Sustainable Communities Network by clicking here.

For questions or comments, please contact Jessica Holmberg at jholmberg@smartgrowthamerica.org or 202-207-3355 x121.