2022 annual conference

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RICHMOND MARRIOTT DOWNTOWN
 

JULY 17-20, 2022

Meet us in RVA!

Richmond Marriott Downtown

500 E Broad Street
Richmond, Virginia 23219

 

APA Virginia Hotel Room Rate: $159

Available through the end of day, Friday, July 1, or until rooms are sold out. 

See, be and have fun in RVA!

Join APA Virginia for our first full in-person conference since 2019! We can't wait to see you!

 

In addition to our Keynote session with Zachary Mannheimer and multiple plenaries on Equity in Planning, we have planned a program full of break-out sessions, mobile tours, and deep dives that give attendees an opportunity to hear from a variety of presenters. 

Be sure to consider adding a mobile tour or two to your schedule and don't miss out on the receptions at Bingo Beer Company and Main Street Station! We also know all planners are young at heart, but especially for those New Professionals, networking is important, so don't miss the YPG social at River City Roll! 

YOUR HOUR WITH APA VIRGINIA

monthly webinar

APA Virginia strives to provide ongoing professional development and engagement for its members and planners around the Commonwealth.

Your Hour with APA Virginia is APA Virginia's monthly webinar series, sponsored by the Berkley Group.

Webinars occur the 4th Monday of each month from noon to 1pm

We are always looking for new webinars and presenters. If you know of a topic or presenter please reach out to APA Virginia staff, admin@apavirginia.com

June Webinar

Monday, June 27rd, 2022 12pm-1pm

 

Planning for Resiliency Webinar Series: Climate Change Impacts and Virginia's Responses

Throughout Virginia, changing environmental conditions pose new challenges to planners and new opportunities to promote resilient strategies to improve our communities. To kick off a series of webinars on emerging resilience issues, join us to learn about updates to sea level rise and precipitation projections, how the Department of Transportation is incorporating climate change into their design standards, and how local governments are responding to the changes we are seeing.


Presenters: 
Ross Weaver, Program Assistant Director, Wetlands Watch
Molly Mitchell, Research Assistant Professor, VIMS
Junyi Meng, Senior Structural Engineer, VDOT

CM Credit Pending