The links below are to other planning related websites that may provide you with information about planning and up and coming topics of discussion. We hope that you find the information useful and we welcome any suggestions or recommendation for additional links.
- Friends of Planning
The Friends of Planning was formed to help ensure the strength and longevity of the graduate planning degree program at the University of Arizona. Through financial contributions and shared expertise, the Friends of Planning provide scholarship funds and student awards. Activities are funded by annual contributions from board members and fund raising. In addition, the Friends of Planning offers mentorship to graduate planning degree students and regular meetings with planning program administration. www.friendsofplanning.org
- The Successful Communities Online Toolkit information exchange (SCOTie) is a repository of best practices and resources from model western communities created by Western Lands and Communities, a joint venture of Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and Sonoran Institute. At its foundation, SCOTie combines years of planning experience and recognized leadership in capacity building, planning and visioning efforts of the Sonoran Institute with the expertise of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. SCOTie empowers planners and community advocates with tools to make important changes in their communities.
- Arizona League of Cities and Towns Model Development Fee Ordinance
- Arizona's Changing Rural Landscapes
The Universited officials, rural residents and planners.
- American Planning Association
The Arizona Planning Association is a chapter of this national organization. It provides links with information on current activities in the APA, current topics and issues, the American Insitute of Certified Planners (AICP), Planners Advisory Service (PAS), and to other state chapter webpages or contacts.
in Planning (APA)
About 2,700 of APA's 32,000 members are students. Student members receive all the benefits of APA membership at a reduced dues rate. Students are active in APA Chapters, participate in APA governance through the Student Representatives Council, and meet and exchange ideas on campuses through Planning Student Organizations.
- Arizona Parks and Recreation Association
- Arizona State University: School of Planning and Landscape Architecture
- Northern Arizona University: Department of Geography and Public Planning
- University of Arizona: Planning Program
- State of Arizona
- Maricopa Association of Governments
- League of Arizona Cities and Towns
- County Supervisors Association of Arizona
- City of Phoenix: Phoenix at Your Fingertips
- Cyburbia.org: Internet resources for the built environments--focusing on planning and architecture--comprehensive and well organized list of websites and web-based materials
- PlannersWeb.com: Website of the Planning Commissioners Journal (magazine)--excellent source for "how to" articles on planning.
- Planetizen.com: A data center for articles on planning and community development related topics, with links to newspaper and magazine articles--also has a useful listserve notification service.
development opportunities available at www.planningprep.com. This site is a membership site developed to assist planners that are preparing
to take the AICP Exam.
How Arizona Compares: Real Numbers and Hot Topics, a new report from Morrison Institute for Public Policy, answers these questions and provides enough other comparisons to keep Arizonans quizzing each other for weeks. However, this fifth edition of Morrison Institute's Arizona Policy Choices series is more than just fun and games. How Arizona Compares will help leaders and residents see their state and metropolitan areas in competitive terms andwe hoperedouble their efforts to make Arizona a more prosperous place.
- Visit the Morrison Institute website http://www.morrisoninstitute.org to download this latest report.
- Policy Development and Research (PD&R)/Housing and Urban Developments (HUD) Information Service - HUD USER is an information source for housing and community development researchers, academics, policymakers, and the American public. HUD USER is the primary source for federal government reports and information on housing policy and programs, building technology, economic development, urban planning, and other housing-related topics.
Articles Relating to the Effects of Proposition 207
Flagstaff's West Side Embroiled in Building Fight (February 9, 2007)