January/February 2017 Volume XXX, Issue 1

 

In This Issue...

January/February President's Message >>

Planner of the Month: Sonja Brown >>

Olympic Peninsula Takes Regional Approach to Climate Change Adaptation >>

Opportunities for Graduate Planning Assistantships at EWU >>

Climate Adaptation: From Policies to Action >>

2017 Urban Studies Forum: Assessing the South Sound's Prospects as a Welcoming Region >>

Public Engagement - Planners' Number One Responsibility >>

Events

Check out the APA Washington Events Calendar for upcoming planning-related events and activities! 


Social Media

  

January/February President's Message

Paula provides updates on the Regional Forum, National Conference, and APA Washington's Annual Conference. 

Continues >>


Planner of the Month: Sonja Brown

Sonja Brown has gone from working as an office assistant in a construction office to becoming a planner with the City of Seattle. 

Continues >>


Olympic Peninsula Takes Regional Approach to Climate Change Adaptation

Peninsula communities and organizations have been working together to stand resilient in the age of climate change. 

Continues >>


Opportunities for Graduate Planning Assistantships at EWU

Eastern is offering at least 10 graduate assistantships this upcoming fall. 

Continues >>


Climate Adaptation: From Policies to Action 

PSRC offers a free event on climate adaptation on March 16th. 

Continues >>


2017 Urban Studies Forum: Assessing the South Sound's Prospects as a Welcoming Region

Join UW-Tacoma for a forum focusing on how immigration contributes to local economies and what makes for a "welcoming" region.  

Continues >>


Public Engagement - Planners' Number One Responsibility 

Examples from the City of Olympia can help communities of all shapes and sizes to increase public participation. 

Continues >>


Interested in submitting an article for next month's newsletter? View the requirements on our website, and submit your article to our office.

American Planning Association, Washington Chapter
office@washington-apa.org | 206-682-7436 | www.washington-apa.org
JOIN APA