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Integrating Water/Drought Issues with Land Use Planning in Arizona

Friday, May 19, 2017
Registration/Continental Breakfast: 8:30 - 9 AM
Workshop: 9 AM - 1:00 PM
Optional Tour of Salt River Project Control Room: 1:00 - 1:30 PM

Salt River Project
Mohave West Conference Room
1521 N. Project Drive
Tempe, AZ 85281

Workshop Agenda

4.5 AICP continuing education credits are available for attendance at this workshop

Current Water Conditions & Drought Planning in Arizona (45 mins)
. Brief Overview of Current Conditions throughout Arizona (David McKay Manager, Assured and Adequate Water Supply and Recharge Programs, Arizona Department of Water Resources)

. Potential for Colorado River Shortages & Drought Contingency Planning Negotiations (Jim Holway, FAICP, Vice President, Central Arizona Project Board of Directors)

. Current Conditions & Forecasts for Salt River Project Watershed (SRP Staff)

Connecting Water & Land (45 mins)

. Why has there been a disconnect between water and land use (Jim Holway, FAICP)

. Arizona efforts to make the connection (Brad Hill, R.G., Utilities Director City of Flagstaff & Jim Holway, FAICP)

. Challenges - Lessons Learned & Opportunities Throughout Arizona - Practitioner Panel
Panel Participants, in addition to speakers above include:
- Doug Von Gausig
- Doug Toy
- Ray Quay, FAICP

Connecting Water & Land - Solutions Workshop (45 mins)

. Facilitated small group discussions and identification of opportunities to better connect water resources and land use / community planning in your area

Lunch - Sponsored by Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

. Feedback from group discussions

Optional Tour of Salt River Project Control Room

Presenters:
Jim Holway, FAICP - Vice President, Central Arizona Project Board of Directors
Brad Hill, R.G. - Utilities Director, City of Flagstaff
David McKay - Manager of the Recharge, Assured, and Adequate Water Supply programs, Arizona Department of Water Resources

Other presenters will include Arizona water and planning practitioners, elected officials, and state agency representatives.

See bios for the Presenters and Panel Participants here.

AICP CM

AICP CM Credit:  4.5 Credits
(CM application submitted;
approval pending)




Not a member?



APA Arizona Members $65
Full-time Students (valid ID), Unemployed and Retired Planners (Members Only) $25
Non-Members $80

Price includes continental breakfast and lunch.


For More Information Call/Email:
APA Arizona Office
602-866-7188
info@azplanning.org


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