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.
Advancing planning policy and practice through innovation and leadership.
Read the Roundtable's 2014 Annual Report
The California Planning Roundtable is pleased to announce the appointment of Marc Roberts to fulfill the north/public vacancy. Mr. Roberts currently serves as the City of Livermore's City manager and brings a wealth of expertise to our organization.
California’s demographics are changing rapidly, and adopting new planning strategies to address these changes is critical to sustaining California as a highly desirable place to live, work, enjoy and invest. The California Planning Roundtable, over the next two years, will develop conference sessions and web-based reports that will help planners and communities understand and plan for these evolutionary times.
Read CPR Healthy Communities Work Group's recent publication of the Social Determinants of Health for Planners.
CPR 2013 Annual Report
Read the California Planning Roundtable’s accomplishments for 2013 and its goals for 2014. Read the 2013 Annual Report
As part of the Roundtable's ongoing Reinventing the General Plan project, Riverside County is showcased in the latest Great Model. Of particular note is the inclusion of the Healthy Communities Element, a first in the State of California.
The California Planning Roundtable's Healthy Communities Work Group is pleased to present the proposed definition for Healthy Communities. This definition has been created with the intention of providing a platform for initial conversation about what components should be consider when planning with the lens of health. The process for developing the definition included lengthy non-academic research, conversations, debate and on-line engagement with planners and health advocates from California and beyond. Our sincere hope is that it will become a valuable resource to the planning community.
CPR acts as a policy research and development resource for the California planning profession to enhance the sustainability and livability of California’s communities. CPR addresses emerging policy issues with cutting edge solutions that can be widely applied in planning practice.
No upcoming events at this time.
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