Note: Not all event below are for AICP CM credits. For a full list of past and future events sepcifically available for CM credits click here.
Note: Due to the canceled NPC19 in Houston due to COVID-19, APA has changed some of the requirements for AICP CM. See more information at this link.
Planning Webcast Consortium's:
Planning Webcast Series
Earn over 50 CM credits every year on your computer – at no cost to members of participating APA chapters and divisions that support the Planning Webcast Consortium.
3.27.2020 - Census 2020 – How Can I Advocate for a Complete Count?
4.3.2020 - Introduction to Content Engagement
UW-Madison Division of Local Government's
2020 Local Land Use and Zoning Teleconference Series
Webinar - Various Dates - 10:30-12:00
April 8 - Planning Body Members Responsibilities as Local Officials
This program for members and staff of local plan commissions, county planning and zoning committees and zoning boards of appeal/adjustment. It will cover aspects of the open meetings law, ethics and conflicts of interest laws that involve those serving on planning bodies. Presented by Attorney Philip Freeburg, UW-Madison Division of Extension Local Government Center
May 13 - Annual Case Law and Legislative Update
Planning law is constantly changing. This program reviews recent court decisions and legislation from the past year affecting planning and land use in Wisconsin. Presented by Professor Brian Ohm., Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture, UW-Madison and UW-Madison Division of Extension.
The series is co-sponsored by APA-WI and the programs have all been approved for 1.5 AICP Continuing Maintenance (Law) credits. Each webinar is $20. Registration information is available at: UW-Extension's Website.
SEWRPC's Virtual Public Meetings
2020 Review and Update of VISION 2050
Online - Two Dates
In lieu of the canceled in-person public meetings for the 2020 Review and Update of VISION 2050, SEWRPC is extending the comment deadline (formerly March 27th) to Wednesday, April 8th, and offering the following alternative ways for residents to learn about the draft plan update and to provide feedback:
Virtual Public Meetings: These meetings will include a staff presentation and allow participants to interact with staff in real time. Those interested in participating will need to register in advance through one of the links below.
Tuesday, March 31, 12:00-1:00p.m. (Register here)
Wednesday, April 1, 5:00-6:00p.m. (Register here)
Thank you to one of our generous sponsors, Vierbicher.