CCAPA is the Connecticut Chapter of the American Planning Association

The American Planning Association is the national organization of professional planners and citizens involved in planning for our nation’s communities. CCAPA is dedicated to advancing the practice of good planning in Connecticut by providing our members with up-to-date information about current planning issues and techniques, by building public and political awareness of the importance and benefits of good planning and by bringing the Chapter’s diverse membership together from throughout the state to share experiences with colleagues.

CCAPA has adopted a Strategic Plan to guide the organization in restructuring to meet our members’ needs. CCAPA members include professional planners working at all levels of government, private consultants, land use professionals from business and industry, university students and professors, attorneys and land use board members. Click here to learn more about member benefits and programs.

New feature on the CCAPA website

CCAPA has begun posting presentations from our workshops on its website to make them available to all members, even those who cannot attend. The inaugural posting is from a workshop co-sponsored with the Urban Land Institute (ULI), Density Done Right by Kevin Hively of Ninigret Partners. For a unique perspective on this important issue, please view the presentation. … [Read More...]

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