#79 Community Involvement in Neighborhood Planning

Number of presentations - 10, including:

The HUD Choice Neighborhoods Program in Action (Slides and Paper) Adam Rosa, Senior Associate, Camiros, Ltd, Chicago, IL

City of Hamilton’s Neighborhood Action Strategy (Slides and Paper) Suzanne Brown, Manager, Neighbourhood Development Strategies, Hamilton, ON, CANADA

Fremont’s Community Outreach Team – A Volunteer-Based Approach to Boosting Community Involvement (Slides and Paper) Dan Schoenholz, Deputy Community Development Director, City of Fremont, Fremont, CA

Public Participation Helps Ease Urban Transition Under “Smart Growth” (Slides and Paper) David Burns, AICP, Principal Planner, City of Lacey, Lacey, WA

Best Practices: Lessons from Visioning, Dialoguing, and Collaborating with Suburbia (Paper) Marjorie Callahan, Associate Professor of Architecture, University of Oklahoma, College of Architecture, Norman, OK

The Turning Point: A Story of Advocacy, Partnership and Community Buy-in (Slides and Paper) Sherry Barrett, Sustainable Communities Program Associate, Upstate Forever, Spartanburg, SC

Unity Gardens: A Countywide Model of Community Gardening (Paper) Scott Sernau, Professor, Director of International Programs, Professor of Sociology, Indiana University South Bend, South Bend, IN

People Making Places, Places Making People (Slides and Paper) Philip R. Heywood, Associate Professor in Urban and Regional Planning, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA

Patchwork – A Model for Sustainable Neighborhood Design (Slides and Paper) Skip Graffam, Landscape Architect, RLA, ASLA, LEED® AP, Philadelphia, PA

Effective Citizen Engagement Strategies for Large Scale Urban Intensification (Slides) Lise Burcher, Professor, University of Guelph; Elected Municipal Councillor, Director, Federation of Canadian Municipalities, Guelph, ON, CANADA

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