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 Professional Development Officer

CCAPA is pleased to announce that Steven Sadlowski, AICP will join the Executive Board as our new Professional Development Officer. For those of you who do not know Steve, he has served as Director of Planning and Community Development in Winchester since 2015. In this role he supervised the creation of an online GIS, new zoning regulations, electronic permitting.  He has also worked on several development projects including the redevelopment of two adaptive reuse mill building projects.  … [Read More...]

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CCAPA is all about being social and interacting with the community. Join the discussion. The bigger audience we reach, the more effective we can be. Join us on Facebook and Twitter and share something interesting.
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