Equitable Engagement in Comprehensive Plans

TOOLBOX Peer Networking on Oct 29!

As cities and counties across the central Puget Sound region are beginning work on their 2024 comprehensive plan updates, it's a great time to check in on how to effectively include all voices in the planning process. 

The upcoming TOOLBOX Peer Networking session on October 29 will explore tools and strategies for local jurisdictions to improve outreach as they chart the future of their communities. 

Attendees will have the opportunity to hear panel presentations from the City of Burien, the City of Lynnwood, the Pierce County Conservation District, and PSRC, followed by small group breakout discussions. 

TOOLBOX Peer Networking Series is a series focused on best practices and resources for local planning and implementation. Each work session will provide information, resources, and tools and include a panel presentation and breakout discussions.

Sessions are open to the public. Attendance is free, but registration is limited. Two AICP credits are available for attendees. You can find materials from past events here.