Sustainable Community 352 - Planning Tools and Techniques
M W 1:15PM 2:30PM
John Olver Design Bldg Rm 225
This class is for anyone working for or with local or regional governments. It is a hands-on examination of the tools and techniques communities use to get good things done: zoning and regulations, protection of natural areas and downtown parklets, tweaking transportation systems to serve all modes of travel, finding the money, managing planning functions, regulations, and everything in between. The class provides enough breadth and depth for planning and design professionals to use management, regulatory, investment, and policy interventions to improve the sustainability and quality of life in communities.
Permission is required for interchange registration during the add/drop period only.