Inland Empire Section


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The Inland Empire Section serves professional planners in eastern Washington and northern Idaho and provides professional development, advocacy, networking, and community service.

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Board of Directors

President  Mary May, AICP
Vice President  Shauna Harshman
Secretary  Nathan Gwinn
Treasurer  Benjamin A. Serr, MURP
Professional Development Officer  Chaz Bates, AICP
Past President  Dave Anderson, AICP
Member-At-Large  Donna DeBit
Member-At-Large  Sabrina Minshall, AICP
Member-At-Large  Robert Brock, AICP
Member-At-Large  April Gunderson

Upcoming Events

Innovative Land Use and Transportation Approaches - June 5, 2019
Eastern Washington University | Spokane, WA
Training will assist participants in understanding the relationships between transportation and land use; the processes through which transportation and land use issues can be jointly addressed; and implementation steps to ensure that transportation and land use systems are designed in a compatible, mutually supportive manner.

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2019 Annual Conference - June 6-7

Elkins Resort | Priest Lake, Idaho
This year's theme is Elevating Equity in Community. We have amazing educational sessions lined up, so don't miss your chance to learn with fellow professionals while taking in the views of beautiful northern Idaho.

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2019 Education Series - June 5, July 10-11, September 26
Spokane, WA
Innovative Land Use & Transportation Approaches with Andrew Mortensen.
What is TSMO? Strategies for Enhancing Regional Transportation with Jim Peters, Lisa Burgess, and Les Jacobsen.
Grant Writing Boot Camp with Dr. Bev Browning.

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Past Events

2018 Annual Conference
05/31 - 06/01
Elkins Resort; Priest Lake, Idaho

Section Contact

Call (509)720-5335 or for any questions about APA-IES activities.


Mailing Address:

Inland Empire Section
APA Washington
P.O. Box 1138
Spokane, WA 99210-1138