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updated February 7, 2018

TOWN HALL LECTURE SERIES


 

 

The Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council and partners present a lecture series for elected and appointed officials, practicing professionals, residents and visitors of the region. The series is intended to focus on town planning, urban design, and changing trends that will affect and influence the long-term health and resilience of our communities. This series will showcase four distinguished speakers, scheduled from January 2018 through April 2018. For more information on the Schedule of Speakers, click here.

Schedule Speakers

January 31, 2018 – Victor Dover, FAICP  Street Design: The Secret of Great Cities and Towns

February 21, 2018 – Ellen Dunham-Jones, FCNU   Retrofitting Suburbia For 21st Century Challenges

March 14, 2018 – Rick Gonzalez, AIA   Historic Buildings As Placemaker Anchors

April 11, 2018 – Raphael Clemente   The Impact of Art on Towns and Cities

 

To RSVP and for more information, call (772) 221-4060 or email lgulick@tcrpc.org

 
 
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Clematis Streetscape Planning & Interactive Workshops

The City of WPB will be holding two interactive public events to discuss and plan for the future of Clematis Street. Dover Kohl & Partners is working on redesign concepts, and is looking for public input as to what are the important elements that should be included for merchants, patrons and pedestrians who utilize the street. For more information, click here.

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5th Annual Safe Streets Summit
February 1-2, 2018

This conference is a collaborative effort between the Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency, the Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization and the Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization to provide a local, yet regionally connected approach to prioritizing and implementing Complete Streets throughout Southeast Florida. The Safe Streets Summit brings together national speakers, public officials, technical staff, and community partners to elevate our efforts on how to design and implement safe and equitable transportation facilities for all modes of transportation. 


The theme for 2018 is “Love Your Streets,” bringing a focus on how we can work together to build more livable, safer, equitable, and connected streets and communities for all. The conference will highlight the tools and elements that can help our residents love where they live, work, and play, while emphasizing how to make this vision a reality. This year’s main Conference will be held at the Hilton West Palm Beach.

For more information, click here.

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Census 2020

2020 Census Local Update of Census Addresses (LUCA) Promotional Information Session

The Census Bureau’s Local Update of Census Addresses (LUCA) program provides local governments a way to contribute to a more complete and accurate census for their communities.  Local Governments are tasked with reviewing and commenting on a list of address supplied by the U.S. Census Bureau. These are the addresses that will be used to deliver Census questionnaires to households throughout the Country.  The data collected in the 2020 Census will be used by federal, state, and local governments for funding, resource planning, and services throughout the next decade.

On June 6, 2017, Council hosted an informational session given by the U.S. Census Bureau to help local governments understanding how to participate in LUCA and develop a plan for their review process. For a copy of the presentation given at the workshop, please click here.

On January 5, 2018, Council hosted a LUCA technical training session that provided technical details for participation, including map and address list updating, geocoding, and other details. For a copy of the presentation given at the workshop, please click here.    

Handout: George Washington University - Federal Assistance Programs that Distribute Funds on Basis of Decennial Census-derived Statistics (FY 2015) Florida

Geographic Update Partnership Software (GUPS) Demo Video

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U.S. Highway 27 Corridor Project Documents

Council's Agenda Item and Presentation at the April 21, 2017 Meeting

Agenda Item                        Presentation

 

Planning and Conceptual Engineering (PACE) Study

Volume One             Volume Two            Volume Three

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Sample Local Government Medical Marijuana Ordinances

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