Olympia, WA Workshop/Webcast
The workshop included an up-to-date overview of Context Sensitive Solutions (CSS) plus presentations on exemplary CSS projects, plans and programs from the surrounding region. The case studies were drawn from submissions across the country, and were selected as examples of effective application of CSS principles to projects, plans, and programs.
Date:Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Time: 9:00am - 1:00pm PDT
Location: Evergreen Room, Comfort Inn Conference Center, 1629 74th Ave., SW, Tumwater, WA 98501
- Case Study Fact Sheets
- Communities Putting Prevention to Work: Draft Safe and Complete Streets Plan (PDF:1.22MB)
- Sunset Area Community Revitalization (PDF:351KB)
- Winslow Way Street Planning and Design (PDF:1.13KB)
- Presentation Slides
- Welcome (PDF:197KB )
- CSS Federal Perspective (PDF:893KB )
- Case Study #1: Communities Putting Prevention to Work: Draft Safe and Complete Streets Plan (PDF:1.70MB)
- Case Study #2: Sunset Area Community Revitalization (PDF:925KB)
- Case Study #3: Winslow Way Street Planning and Design (PDF:6.67MB)
- Panel Discussions: What's Next? (PDF:62KB)
- What's Next for the National Dialog? (PDF:99KB)
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We will be registering this workshop with the American Planning Association (APA) to be a provider of AICP Certification Maintenance (CM) credits. Registered participants should check the APA Calendar after the workshop to see if they can earn CM credits.