The American Planning Association's New York Metro Chapter addresses planning issues that concern the physical, social, and economic environment in the metropolitan region encompassing New York City, Long Island and the Hudson Valley. The Chapter represents some 1,400 practicing planners and other people involved in the planning and design of the region's communities.
Save the Date - APA New York Metro 2015 Conference - Friday October 30, 2015
Submit proposals for conference sessions by Friday June 5, 2015
We are asking you to help determine the content of APA New York Metro Chapter's 2015 Conference, Shaping the New York Metropolitan Region: Planning Innovations and Disruptors: propose a presentation, session, or panel discussion.
We are pleased to announce that the Live Well Kingston coalition, in partnership with the the APA NY Metro Chapter, has received a $125,000 grant from the American Planning Association through its Plan4Health program to combat two determinants of chronic disease-lack of physical activity and lack of access to nutritious foods.
"As a founding Live Well Kingston sponsor, and an organization dedicated to helping keep our community healthy, HealthAlliance is pleased to have partnered with all the organizations that submitted and received this important grant," said HealthAlliance Chief Strategy Officer Josh Ratner. "Part of the grant money will support HealthAlliance's Community Heart Health Coalition initiatives. The coalition is integrally involved with creating and implementing community programs and structuring environmental and policy changes that help build a healthier community."
Press Release: Live Well Kingston - Plan4Health Grant Announcement
Comments to the New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) on Phase One Straw Proposal for Reforming the Energy Vision (REV)
Position Statement: Phase One Straw Proposal for Reforming the Energy Vision (REV)
Vanderbilt Corridor Rezoning
Position Statement: Vanderbilt Corridor Rezoning