The Burnham Plan Centennial - Bold Plans, Big Dreams

Program Partners


APA Indiana serves the interests and needs of citizen and professional community planners and others in “Making Great Communities Happen” in Indiana. APA Indiana promotes public interest in planning and the development of Indiana’s resources and assists its membership in improving their knowledge and understanding of planning through annual conferences and other training and educational opportunities throughout the year.
APA Indiana provides a statewide network of support for the 619 member planners and facilitates individual participation in the national affairs of the APA. APA Indiana fully encourages and supports membership in the American Institute of Certified Planners. APA Indiana also serves as an advocate recommending and supporting sound legislation related to planning issues at local, state and national levels.

Partner Category: Professional Association

Centennial Activities

Marquette Greenway Trail

Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission

The 50-mile Marquette Greenway Trail will eventually link communities, major parks and a wide variety of cultural, natural and economic assets. The Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission and the Indiana Department of Natural Resources’ Coastal Program, in conjunction with the Northwest Indiana Regional Planning Association, announced on October 29 a plan to close a nine-mile gap separating two units of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. This will contribute to the Green Legacy goals of preserving regionally significant open space and completing our trail system. [MORE]

American Planning Association - Indiana Chapter

Website: http://www.indianaplanning.o...

Indiana Chapter of the American Planning Association
P.O. Box 44804
Indianapolis, IN 46244
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Contact: President-Elect Rose Scovel, AICP:

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