One Bay Area Plan: Planning Implications for the Bay Area
Thursday, September 26, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
Plan Bay Area is a regional statement and includes projection about what the Bay Area could look like in 2040. The Plan is the region’s response to SB 375 and to the urgent need to plan for accommodating growth in an increasingly vulnerable world. The planning questions inherent in Plan Bay Area are: Where will these new residents live? Where will they work? How will they get around? What percentage will live in apartments? What percentage will work in dense transit-oriented job centers?
Join our panelists as they discuss the One Bay Area Plan, its implications for the future of planning in the Bay and how their communities will implement the Plan.
Vivian Kahn, Moderator, FAICP/Associate Principal Dyett& Bhatia | Urban and Regional Planners
Hanson Hom, Community Development Director, City of Sunnyvale
Patrick Lane, Redevelopment Manager, City of Oakland
Dan Marks, Interim Planning Director, City of Vallejo
Debbie Chamberlain, Planning Services Division Manager, City of San Ramon
*Light appetizers and networking 6-6:30
*Panel and Q&A 6:30-8:00
*Free for APA and AEP members
When & Where
California Planning Roundtable and APA California Chapter Northern
The California Planning Roundtable (CPR) is an organization of experienced planning professionals who are members of the American Planning Association (APA). Membership is balanced between the public and private sectors, and between Northern and Southern California. The mission of the Roundtable is to provide a forum for prominent planners to exercise creativity and leadership in promoting understanding of California's critical public policy issues, and recommending action. (more)
The APA California Northern Section, offers membership to city and regional planners and associated professionals that primarily live or work in the western Klamath and Pacific Coast Ranges regions. The Section includes the highly populated nine-county San Francisco Bay Area and extends approximately 500 miles from the Oregon border to south of Monterey Bay. APA California–Northern promotes planning-related continuing education, social functions and other activities in order to . . . (more).