APA Los Angeles Tours Historic West Hollywood
The City of West Hollywood hosted APA Los Angeles on July 30 for the second installment of the 2015 "Summer in the City" series. Planners and friends were treated to a behind-the-scenes tour of the Historic Harper District while Community Development Department staff discussed the history of the city and its famous Boys Town, their upcoming LGBT survey, and recent award-winning planning efforts. Read more on our blog.
Cemetery Film Screening & Tour, 8/15
APA Los Angeles Presents:
Film Screening and Tour at Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Saturday, August 15
6 PM - late
6000 Santa Monica Blvd. 90038
$15 members / $20 non-members
Hollywood Forever is a cemetery unlike any other in the world. A historic site adjacent to Paramount Studios, it is the final resting place for more of Hollywood's founders and stars than anywhere else on earth. It has also become more than a cemetery -- with activation via film screenings, concerts, and events like the Dia de los Muertos festival, Hollywood Forever now an iconic public gathering place that helps fill the need for open space in LA.
On Saturday, August 22, APA Los Angeles will pay a special visit to Hollywood Forever for a Cinespia
film screening that will let you experience the cemetery's magic all night long!
Skip the lines and enter early for a special historical and facilities tour from Hollywood Forever staff, plus a discussion of the cemetery's activation with Cinespia founders. Afterward, we'll wait for the screening to start while picnicking in our own reserved area.
At 9, the screenings of your favorite sleepover films begin: "Can't Hardly Wait" at 9, "Scream" at midnight and "Cruel Intentions" late night. There will be DJs, a photobooth, free coffee from Intelligentsia, free snacks from Kind and more. Bring chairs, blankets, pillows, picnic food and beverages of your choice!
Check out Cinespia.org
for additional information about the screening.
APA Los Angeles Presents:
Summer in the City: San Gabriel
Tuesday, August 25
425 S Mission Dr., San Gabriel
$10 members / $20 non-members / $5 students
Summer in the City is a series introducing APA LA's members to the latest innovative, proactive planning in cities around the Los Angeles region. Between June and September, we'll visit several cities whose staff will lead tours, site visits, and presentations that showcase their planning and community development efforts.
On August 25, the third in our 2015 series will take us to the City of San Gabriel. APA members and friends will be treated to a tour of the Mission District, followed by a visit to La Laguna park and a bar/restaurant crawl on Valley Boulevard. City of San Gabriel planning staff will discuss their most pertinent planning efforts throughout the tour.
Parking is available at City Hall as well as behind the San Gabriel Mission Playhouse. Public transit is available via the Metro 487/489 and Metro 78/79 bus lines.
Contact email@example.com with any questions.
APA California 2015 State Conference
Oakland: Rooted in AuthentiCITY
Registration is now open for the California APA Oakland Conference - Rooted in AuthentiCITY! Please find registration information
. Full registration offers an all access pass to the conference, including the opening reception. Hotel rooms are still available at the conference rate at the Marriott Oakland City Center, Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Oakland, and the Waterfront Hotel.
The conference's 16 mobile workshops + 133 sessions + 1,200+ colleagues = imnumerable possibilities. Let the conference program be your guide to making this your best conference yet and start by perusing the detailed information on sessions, workshops, events, and keynote speakers.
UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies Presents:
Saturday, October 3
9:30 AM-6 PM
UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
$25 / $15 students
Attend UCLA's Transportation Camp Los Angeles 2015 if you're a technologist who aspires to analyze and visualize public open data or build apps that connect people with mobility options. Come if you're a transportation professional with a thorough awareness of the multimodal transportation system's shortcomings and a desire to work collaboratively and creatively to improve it.
As an unconference, the session topics and activities are proposed by the attendees; every attendee is a participant in shaping and leading the event. Registration includes admission, lunch, and refreshments.
LADOT Request for Qualifications
The City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) requests written Statements of Qualifications from firms that are interested in providing professional consultant services on an as-needed basis to support specific task order projects for one or more of the following nine (9) service categories:
- Information Technology
- Marketing and Public Relations
- Parking Operations and Facilities
- Public Participation and Engagement
- Traffic Management
- Transit Services
- Transportation Engineering and Design
- Transportation Planning and Safety Education
- Urban Design and Planning
There will be a pre-proposal meeting July 16, 10 AM at 100 S. Main Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012.
Seeking Donations for CPF Conference Auction
The California Planning Foundation (CPF) is a nonprofit, charitable corporation with the goal of furthering the professional practice of planning in California. Relying on your donations and fund-raising activities like the auction, CPF annually awards approximately $50,000 in student scholarships and memberships in APA.
Donate an item for CPF's live silent auction at this year's State Conference! Donations could include:
- Catered dinner
- Meal in a restaurant
- Day of consulting services
- Career counseling session
- Private tours of projects
- Planning books
- Art work
- Movie tickets
- Wine bottles
- Cooking classes
Donations are due October 1. You can also attend the auction, enjoy time with your colleagues, and bid!
To donate or for further information, contact CPF Liaison Maira Sanchez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall UC Davis Extension Courses
Explore a broad range of issues with UC Davis Extension's fall courses in Land Use and Natural Resources, including:
- Land Use and Environmental Planning Professional Education Showcase
- Planning in California: An Overview
- Financial Aspects of Planning
- NEW! Rethinking Development Finance: Financing Development in a Post Redevelopment World
- Updating Transportation Analysis in CEQA: How to Effectively Implement SB743
- The Intersection Between Transportation and Land Use
- Land Use Planning for Non-Planners: An Introduction to Planning in California
- Streambank Assessment and Restoration
- Understanding the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta: An Overview of Governance and Regulation
- Ecosystem Services and Markets
- Mitigation and Conservation Banking
- Mitigation Measure Development and Monitoring
- CEQA: A Step-by-Step Approach
- EIR/EIS Preparation and Review
- Thresholds of Significance in Environmental Planning
- Habitat Conservation Plan Implementation
- Introduction to Fall Birds of Northern California
For more information or to enroll, call (800) 752-0881, email email@example.com or visit www.extension.ucdavis.edu/land