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PLACEMAKING 101:
Engaging the Land Use Process (Webinar)

Wed., May 20, 12pm

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The Community Design Center of Rochester (CDCR) is a non-profit organization of design professionals promoting healthy, sustainable communities by encouraging quality design of the built environment and thoughtful use of built and natural resources. We do this by providing technical assistance and access to educational and training opportunities that increase awareness about the built environment, the impact of design and the importance of good urban planning. By actively engaging through partnerships in city and regional initiatives that include guiding communities in creating vision plans and encouraging community involvement in planning and developing processes, CDCR plays a critical role as an advocate for good design in the Greater Rochester Region.


 

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Behind the Curtain: How the public can better engage the land use process

Join us on Wednesday, May 20th at noon for an accessible and informal discussion of land use "tips and lessons" with experienced planners!

This live and interactive webinar will help attendees understand the most common local land use processes, how to observe and articulate community needs, and how best to utilize related web resources.

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