Apr
25
9:00 AM09:00

April 25, 2018: Critical Areas Monitoring & Adaptive Management Workshops in Moses Lakw, WA

The Washington State Departments of Commerce, Ecology, and Fish and Wildlife are conducting a series of workshops around the state on monitoring and adaptive management of critical areas ordinance implementation in early 2018. The workshops will provide tools for and get feedback from counties and cities on how to build local and state monitoring and adaptive management processes for critical areas permit implementation and effectiveness.

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Apr
11
9:00 AM09:00

April 11, 2018: Critical Areas Monitoring & Adaptive Management Workshops in Vancouver, WA

The Washington State Departments of Commerce, Ecology, and Fish and Wildlife are conducting a series of workshops around the state on monitoring and adaptive management of critical areas ordinance implementation in early 2018. The workshops will provide tools for and get feedback from counties and cities on how to build local and state monitoring and adaptive management processes for critical areas permit implementation and effectiveness.

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Mar
12
9:00 AM09:00

March 12, 2018: Critical Areas Monitoring & Adaptive Management Workshops in olympia, WA

The Washington State Departments of Commerce, Ecology, and Fish and Wildlife are conducting a series of workshops around the state on monitoring and adaptive management of critical areas ordinance implementation in early 2018. The workshops will provide tools for and get feedback from counties and cities on how to build local and state monitoring and adaptive management processes for critical areas permit implementation and effectiveness.

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March 8 - 9, 2018: RMLUI’s Annual Western Places/Western Spaces Conference
Mar
8
to Mar 9

March 8 - 9, 2018: RMLUI’s Annual Western Places/Western Spaces Conference

The Rocky Mountain West is characterized as much by its vibrant and diverse communities as by its sweeping plains and rugged mountains. The annual Western Places/Western Spaces conference explores the social and development issues facing communities—from large cities to small towns—as well as concerns about managing and preserving our natural heritage.

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Feb
27
9:00 AM09:00

Feb. 27, 2018: Critical Areas Monitoring & Adaptive Management Workshops in Seattle , WA

The Washington State Departments of Commerce, Ecology, and Fish and Wildlife are conducting a series of workshops around the state on monitoring and adaptive management of critical areas ordinance implementation in early 2018. The workshops will provide tools for and get feedback from counties and cities on how to build local and state monitoring and adaptive management processes for critical areas permit implementation and effectiveness.

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Feb
5
9:00 AM09:00

February 5, 2018: Critical Areas Monitoring & Adaptive Management Workshop - Mount Vernon, WA

The Washington State Departments of Commerce, Ecology, and Fish and Wildlife are conducting a series of workshops around the state on monitoring and adaptive management of critical areas ordinance implementation in early 2018. The workshops will provide tools for and get feedback from counties and cities on how to build local and state monitoring and adaptive management processes for critical areas permit implementation and effectiveness.

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Oct. 19-20, 2017:  10th Annual Montana Downtown Conference in Great Falls, MT
Oct
19
to Oct 20

Oct. 19-20, 2017: 10th Annual Montana Downtown Conference in Great Falls, MT

Join us for Montana's 10th Annual Downtown Conference and Downtown/Riverfront Opportunity Showcase, being held in Great Falls, Montana October 18-20! This year's focus is economic development, one of the key pillars of revitalizing any downtown!Join us for Montana's 10th Annual Downtown Conference and Downtown/Riverfront Opportunity Showcase, being held in Great Falls, Montana October 18-20! This year's focus is economic development, one of the key pillars of revitalizing any downtown!

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Jun
23
9:00 AM09:00

PAW Sign Code Updates Training

Join your colleagues for a day of learning on how to position your jurisdiction to successfully respond to the Reed v. Town of Gilbert decision from the United States Supreme Court which has found content-based sign regulations are an unconstitutional restriction on free speech. 

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May 24-25, 2017: Cultural Resource Protection Summit at Suquamish, Washington
May
24
to May 25

May 24-25, 2017: Cultural Resource Protection Summit at Suquamish, Washington

The 2017 Cultural Resource Protection Summit marks the tenth anniversary of our gathering.  Since its inception, the primary goal in organizing the annual Summit has been to facilitate amongst all affected parties an open, frank discussion about the intersection between cultural resources and land use.  The Summit is designed to promote collaborative cultural resource planning as an effective means of finding resolution to issues before they escalate into emotionally-charged, divisive, and expensive stalemates or lawsuits.

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Mar
24
9:15 AM09:15

March 24, 2017: Land Use Boot Camp in Washington

Land Use Boot Camp

Friday March 24, 2017 9:15 AM - 5:00 PM
Lacey Community Center 

Don't miss out on this great program available to you!

Session Highlights: Vested Rights for Dummies, Vested Rights for Stormwater Regulations, Planning Meets Water Rights, Municipal Regulation of Homelessness, Updating Your Sign Code and Land Use Case Law. 

Audience: PAW Land Use Boot Camp events are skill based courses for planning, administrative and legal professionals focusing on timely issues and include land use law and practice updates.  AICP CM and CLE credits available.

Cost:  $80 for PAW Members      $100 for Non-Members

Agenda

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March 16-17, 2017: RMLUI Western Places/Western Spaces conference
Mar
16
to Mar 18

March 16-17, 2017: RMLUI Western Places/Western Spaces conference

Across the Rocky Mountain region, creating spaces that work for diverse populations—rich and poor, young and old, newcomers and natives—is a central challenge of our times. The theme for the 2017 Western Places/Western Spaces conference, Creating Inclusive Communities, focuses on the challenges and strategies available to cities—large and small—to plan for and build communities in which everyone can find their place.

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