Annual offering you do not want to miss out on this opportunity:
Planning Institutes for Planning Commission Fundamentals and Legal: Learning opportunities are provided by attorneys and planning administrators with professional and practical experience in community planning and regulations in Nebraska.

This NPZA training event is keyed to providing local planning officials from commissioners to elected officials to appointed officials to citizens to attorneys, which are rookies or veterans committed to the continuous development of sound planning principles for their counties and municipalities. It also offers many choices for the professional planners, which assist the volunteer planners, in expanding their knowledge of planning disciplines through NE APA.

Conference highlights include:

  • Continuing education and training for planners, planning commissioners, zoning administrators, and attorneys
  • Opening reception, lunch keynote, and group social at Thunderhead Brewery
  • Competitively selected sessions and workshops
  • Speakers of regional and national significance

Some Session Topics include:

  • Kearney, Grand Island, and Hastings Economic Development
  • Lincoln Downtown Master Plan & Bike Plan
  • Nebraska Community Development Law
  • Revitalizing Brownfields
  • Modern Senior Housing Options
  • National APA Housing Initiative
  • North Platte Housing & Employment Paradox
  • “Missing Middle” Housing
  • ORBT: The Next Generation in Transit
  • New Life for Old Corridors
  • Autonomous Vehicles
  • Lincoln Transportation Strategy
  • Project Management for Planners
  • Embracing Change & New Ideas
  • Small Town Planning
  • MAPA: Regional Planning Efforts
  • County-wide Parks, Recreation & Trails
  • Livestock Permitting & Toolkit
  • Planning for Community Resilience
  • Innovative Solid Waste
  • Fremont Community Solar
  • Floodplain Ordinances
  • Planning and Zoning Fundamentals
  • Comprehensive Plans & Zoning
  • New Ruralism STaR Discussion
  • Subdivisions
  • Building Permits and Zoning Permits
  • Ethics
  • Legal Updates
  • Legislative Policy Advocacy Training
  • National APA Legislative Initiatives
  • Strategic Planning
  • Permitting and Plan Review Process
  • Historic Preservation
  • Deciding with Data
  • Mixed Use Development

Additional Information…contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Steve Charleston, NPZA membership secretary/treasurer. 402.471.3757

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