Reaching New Communitities: Engaging Residents Unfamiliar (or Suspicious!) with the Planning Process at SNEAPA 2016
Date(s) - 10/21/2016
2:20 pm - 3:35 pm
Successful planning processes rely on broad community input, but it can be difficult to engage some members of the community. This session discusses a variety of techniques for reaching communities that are new to the planning process and identifies tools that can make it easier for all residents to participate.
- Emily Keys Innes, AICP, LEED AP ND, Senior Urban Planner, Harriman
- Rob May, CEcD, Director of Planning and Economic Development, City of Brockton
- Elias Rodriquez, Treasurer, Lawrence Redevelopment Authority
- Alison LeFlore, AICP
SNEAPA – the Southern New England American Planning Association – is an annual 2-day planning conference, hosted by the Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts chapters of APA. We draw over 600 planners, landscape architects, architects, engineers, academics, students and others.