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Reshaping Rochester

IN PERSON!
"The Public Realm as Social Infrastructure: An Introduction to Human-Scale Design"

with

Anna Muessig | San Francisco, CA

Wed., June 15, 2022
11:30am - 1:30pm

M&T Bank Ballroom, Memorial Art Gallery (500 University Ave)

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SAVE THE DATE!

12th Annual Reshaping Rochester Awards Ceremony

Wed., November 16, 2022

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Our Mission

Mission

The CDCR promotes the creation of vibrant, equitable, and resilient communities by engaging, educating, and empowering stakeholders in crafting purposeful design.

Vision

To be the recognized leader of quality community planning and design, catalyzing improvements in the public realm and championing citizen engagement in the process. (Previously Adopted)

Why we exist:

Life is better in well designed spaces because how well we build impacts how well we live.

Values

We conduct ourselves by displaying values you can see.  The Community Design Center of Rochester is dedicated to demonstrating:

·         Integrity through honesty and strong moral principles

·         Respect for the importance of the public realm.

·         Leadership in ways that empower those we work with

·         Openness through listening and being welcome to different perspectives

·         Inclusivity by welcoming a diverse representation of ideas

·         Independence by presenting our views with fairness and objectivity

·         Design Excellence grounded in sound planning and architectural principles

·         Civic engagement through education, advocacy, and facilitation

·         Opportunity with the spirit of possibility

·         Transparency in a manner that builds trust

·         Collaboration with community partners and stakeholders

 

 

 

 

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Nominations now open!

Applications are now being accepted for the 12th Annual Reshaping Rochester Awards!

Learn more & nominate here!

 

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BACK IN PERSON!

"The Public Realm as Social Infrastructure: An Introduction to Human-Scale Design"

An in-person luncheon conclusion to the 17th Annual Reshaping Rochester Lecture Series: The Ideal City!

Anna Muessig | San Francisco, CA

Director at Gehl, San Francisco


Wednesday, June 15, 2022 | 11:30am - 1:30pm

M&T Bank Ballroom, Memorial Art Gallery (500 University Ave)

More information here