Virtual Training for Officials 

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Site Plan Review - in Two Parts

Monday, June 8 from 11 AM to 1 PM

Tuesday, June 9 from 11 AM to 1 PM

This program will demonstrate the site plan review and approval process and provide practical tools and techniques on how to read a site plan. You'll discuss site design principles, such as pedestrian and traffic considerations, lighting, utilities, ADA compliance, inspections and landscaping. Participants in this hands-on workshop receive an engineering scale, turning template, and a sample site plan to review.

Member Rate:  $65 | Non Member Rate:  $90  |  APA Student Member Rate: $30   


Zoning Administration Program in Two Parts

June 9, from 2 PM to 4 PM

June 10, from 2 PM to 4 PM

This program is for zoning administrators in rural, suburban or urban settings as well as municipal officials, other staff members, or citizens interested in a more complete understanding of all facets of zoning administration. This workshop will delve into legal basics, development reviews, zoning board of appeals, good meeting practices, enforcement and public relations.

3.5 AICP CM | 3.5 Master Citizen Planner Credits 

Member Rate:  $65 | Non Member Rate:  $90  |  APA Student Member Rate: $30   


Planning and Zoning Essentials Workshop - In Two Parts

June 17, from 2 PM to 4 PM

June 18, from 2 PM to 4 PM

The most requested training product we offer. This program is a robust introduction for new planning commissioners and zoning board of appeals members, but is also a great refresher for more experienced officials looking to build upon existing knowledge. This program also provides a broad overview for students and emerging planners who want to learn about planning procedures in Michigan.

Member Rate:  $55 | Non Member Rate:  $80  |  APA Student Member Rate: $30   

Clean Energy Planning

Wednesday, June 24, from 2 PM - 4 PM

This workshop explores why planners--especially those in rural communities--need to consider renewable energy in their planning and zoning, and provide practical tools for doing so. Local appointed and elected officials will learn how the market for renewables is changing and the opportunities that may exist in all environments (urban, suburban and rural). Communities that have large parcels of open land (250+ acres), who are considering wind and solar farms will find this workshop particularly valuable.

2  AICP CM Credits.  2 Master Citizen Planner Credits.  

Member Rate:  $50 | Non Member Rate:  $80  |  APA Student Member Rate: $30   


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