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Planning Commission Events

  1. Sustainability Summer School: How Schools and Municipalities Can Partner for Sustainability

    June 25, 2019, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Cheltenham Elementary School (Library and Art Room)

    An organization’s decisions affect not only its operations but the community around it. Making sustainable decisions can help a municipality, school, or any organization be efficient, act responsibly, and protect its future. This workshop will help municipalities, schools, and other organizations plan for a sustainable future by highlighting ways to form productive partnerships. A sustainable future manages issues, such as energy strategy, resiliency, environmental protection, local economic development, and health, in a responsible manner. The workshop will feature a panel of experts from a broad spectrum of organizations who will share their experiences, the challenges they faced, and how they were able to overcome on their way to better operations. The speakers will discuss a variety of topics including energy management strategies and tools, recycling, sustainable procurement, stormwater management design and maintenance, and how to more sustainably design play spaces.

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  2. WEBINAR: Montgomery County’s Proposed Complete Streets Policy

    June 26, 2019, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ Webinar

    This webinar by MCPC and DVRPC will introduce municipal officials, design professionals, and citizens to Montgomery County’s proposed Complete Streets policy and how it may affect local roadway design in communities. Complete Streets take into account all ages and abilities, providing safe use for all users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists, and transit riders. MCPC, working with a host of public, non-profit, and industry leaders, is developing the policy for county-owned roads, bridges, and facilities. The policy will direct the county to incorporate Complete Streets principles into its own projects as well as advocate for them when working with partner agencies on their projects, whether public or private. The webinar will focus on the elements of the policy and how the policy will benefit communities. An opportunity to comment on the draft policy will be available following the webinar at www.montcopa.org/CompleteStreetsPolicy. *AICP credit can be self report

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