The California Planning Roundtable (CPR) is an organization of experienced planning professionals who are members of the American Planning Association (APA). Membership is balanced between the public and private sectors and between Northern and Southern California.
The California Planning Roundtable advances planning practice and influences policy through innovation and leadership to create healthy, prosperous and equitable communities.
New CPR Policy Paper: Financing Infill Development in a Post-Redevelopment World by Stanley R. Hoffman and William Anderson
CPR and APA California Launch the Planners4Health Six Month Initiative. Read the press release.
Read the Roundtable's 2015 Annual Report
CPR is committed to enhancing essential planning skills for practicing planners to promote effective planning and develop leadership and management skills. To accomplish this goal, CPR will offer interactive sessions and workshops at the APA California conference and other venues on core skills that may not be taught in typical planning curriculums, but are usually "lessons learned" through direct work experience. Possible workshop topics include strategic thinking, communication skills, project management, and effective community engagement and education. Other topics could be selected from the AICP Core Competencies developed by the American Planning Association (see https://www.planning.org/aicp/commoncore/). AICP CM credit will also be sought for these workshops.
2015 Annual Report
The Roundtable has released its Annual Report for 2015. Included are highlights from our 2015 meetings\ , membership updates and more.
Infill Infrastructure Planning
Social Determinants of Health for Planners
Read CPR Healthy Communities Work Group's recent publication of the Social Determinants of Health for Planners.
The California Planning Roundtable is a resource for policy exploration, innovation and development for California planning to enhance the sustainability, equity and livability of California communities. CPR focuses on emerging policy issues with cutting edge solutions.
- Developing the National Healthy Communities Platform, February 4, 2017, St. Louis, Missouri