Design Matters: Using Design Guidelines to Shape a Community
Across the nation, places of all sizes are seeking ways to create environments that attract residents and tax-paying businesses, making community design more important than ever. Planning tools and policies – such as design guidelines – have a powerful impact on how communities look and function but are often underutilized in Pennsylvania. This advanced session will show how to guide the aesthetics and functionality of the built environment to contribute to community success. The workshop is jointly sponsored by the PA Chapter of APA and the PA Local Government Training Partnership.
This workshop will be presented at six locations statewide, including Camp Hill on May 30th and DVRPC in Philadelphia on May 31st. Cost is $30 and approval of 3 CM credits for the sessions is pending. Click here for details.