The C.P.A. is a collaborative project of Idaho Smart Growth and the U of I College of Law in Boise and the U of I Bioregional Planning Program. This monthly series is designed to help citizens become effective advocates on a wide range of planning topics. Programs are free and open to all. We have designed the sessions to build on one another so we hope you can join us for them all but they will be videotaped and made available online if you cannot.
The 2017 series begins on Wednesday, February 1st at 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM at the Idaho Law Learning Center on Jefferson Street and occurs monthly on the first Wednesday of each month!
FEBRUARY – Planning – more than balancing Property Rights & Regulation: Successful communities plan for their future
- Speaker: Professor Jaap Vos, PhD., University of Idaho
MARCH – LLUPA: Not a new dance – it’s the Local Land Use Planning Act
- Speaker: Professor Stephen Miller, J.D., University of Idaho
APRIL – Comprehensive Planning: What is it? Why do it? Does it work?
- Speaker: Patricia Nilsson, Development Services Director, Canyon County
MAY – Ordinance & Zoning: Understanding the Base Tools for Regulation
JUNE – DA, PUD, CUP, Area of Impact: The alphabet soup of development bargaining
JULY – How and Why to Influence Budgets
AUGUST – Smart Growth: The Intersection of Land Use and Transportation
SEPTEMBER – CIM, ITD, Highway Districts, LHTAC, TIP: Navigating the Maze of Transportation
OCTOBER – TAP & Complete Streets: Road Design that will have you dancing in the streets
NOVEMBER – Partnering with Developers
DECEMBER – Testimony with Impact