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Tag Archive: Planning

/News---Info/Blog/March-2015/How-Neighborhood-Parks-Have-Changed Andrew Bremer, AICP
Neighborhood and school playgrounds have changed dramatically since they were first introduced in the 20th century. Playgrounds are now a responsibility for local governments, making safety a priority when civil engineers and urban planners are designing. Not only do parks and playgrounds help people find recreation and leisure in the community, they revitalize neighborhoods.

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/News---Info/Blog/February-2015/If-You-Build-It-They-Will-Bike MSA's Park and Recreation Experts
To paraphrase a line from the movie “Fields of Dreams,” Minneapolis has seen the positive effect of following the mantra “if you build it, they will bike.” Infrastructure improvements, such as on-street bike lanes, have increased bike use by 60 percent.

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/News---Info/Blog/February-2015/Top-5-Considerations-for-Successful-Community-Plan Chris Janson, AICP
Planning a successful community is all about creating spaces that capitalize on a community's assets.  The truth is, the way our communities are designed has a major impact on our health and quality of life. 

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/News---Info/Blog/November-2014/Planning-a-Successful-Downtown Stephen Tremlett, AICP, CNU-A
Successful downtowns require continual effort to maintain their economic and social vibrancy. Having a downtown plan is a key component in supporting that effort.  Downtown plans include a vision statement and specific actions to improve the central commercial area, which can have buildings with urban character located close to the street and enhanced walkability for pedestrians.

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/News---Info/Blog/November-2014/The-Next-Generation-of-Planners Stephanie Brown, AICP
Growing up, I had no idea what a planner was, or even that the planning profession existed. It was my sophomore college, while in a mandatory geography class for my elementary education program, that I learned about the profession. The next day, I switched majors.

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