As a member of ASP and a City & Regional Planning student you have been provided with the following links. Use these links to learn more about the Planning profession and the topics surrounding this multifaceted career.
*Associated Students in Planning and it's affiliations are not responsible for the content of these sites*
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American Planning Association
The American Planning Association (APA) is a non-profit public interest and research organization representing 30,000 practicing planners, officials, and citizens involved with urban and rural planning issues. APA's objective is to encourage planning that will contribute to public well-being by developing communities and environments that meet the needs of people and society more effectively. This site includes a listing of books and training materials offered for sale through the Planners Book Service. This site also contains information about the APA National Planning Conference as well as a comprehensive calendar of planning conferences and workshops sponsored by many different groups.
Go to the American Planning Association website
California Chapter, American Planning association
The California Chapter of the American Planning Association web site includes information on the California APA Annual Conference, job listings, professional development resources, and student resources.
Go to the California Chapter, American Planning Association website
CAl Poly City & Regional Planning
The City & Regional Planning home page is a great place to start when looking for any information that pertains to the CRP Department. Access BSCRP and MCRP flowcharts, stay up to date on recent department and college news, learn more about the major, and view student recourses.
Go to the City & Regional Planning website
planetizen: your digital source for planning
PLANetizen is a public-interest resource for the urban planning community. Our goal is to provide a daily, one-stop source for urban planning headline news, job opportunities, commentary and events. We started off with news and jobs and recently added a twice-monthly column by planning professionals, a calendar of events, and a handheld edition. Over the next several months, we are expanding our coverage to include other major urban areas.
Go to PLANetizen website
cyburbia: internet resource for the built environment
Cyburbia, established in 1994, contains a large selective directory of Internet resources relevant to planning, architecture, urbanism, growth and sprawl, and other topics related to the built environment. Cyburbia also contains information about architecture and planning related mailing lists and Usenet newsgroups, and hosts a bulletin board with job listings and discussions on many topics.
Go to the Cyburbia website.
The Planners Network is an association of professionals, activists, academics, and students involved in physical, social, economic and environmental planning in urban and rural areas, who promote fundamental change in our political and economic system.
Go to Planners Network web site
California Planning Roundtable
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 promote creativity and excellence in planning by providing leadership in addressing important planning issues in California.
Go to the California Planning Roundtable website
Web site of the Planning Commissioners Journal. Now in its 13th year, the Planning Commissioners Journal is the nation's principal publication designed for citizen planners, including (but certainly not limited to) members of local planning commissions and zoning boards. Over 7,500 citizen planners in all 50 states receive the PCJ.
Go to the Planners Web website
Smart communities network
U.S. Department of Energy's Smart Communities Network. Sustainable development is a strategy by which communities seek economic development approaches that also benefit the local environment and quality of life. It has become an important guide to many communities that have discovered that traditional approaches to planning and development are creating, rather than solving, societal and environmental problems. Where traditional approaches can lead to congestion, sprawl, pollution and resource over consumption, sustainable development offers real, lasting solutions that will strengthen our future.
Go to the Smart Communities Network website
uc Berkeley internet resource for city planning research
The UC Berkeley web site is a gathering place for selected Internet sites for city and regional planning. The focus is on sites likely to be of interest to the city and regional planning students and faculty at UC Berkeley. While the emphasis is on academic city planning, practicing planners will also find sites of interest.
Go to US Berkeley Internet Resource for City Planning Research website