Community Plan

Community Plan is a Public Officials educational curriculum for planning, zoning, real estate development, housing, public finance and infrastructure, transportation, and economic development. Click through the pages below to learn more about the Community Plan collaborative partners. Get involved!

Community Plan

Community Plan’s 2015 Boards and Commissions Conference was held on December 4, 2015.  Speaker presentations can be downloaded below:

Board of Adjustment Case Studies – Cassidy, Gross, DePerro
Building Healthy Places – Sharpe, Udarbe, Brennan
Planning & Zoning Commissions Nuts and Bolts – Arlan Colton
Planning & Zoning Commissions Nuts and Bolts – Cris Meyer
Transportation Planning for Complete Communities – Brian Fellows
Transportation Planning for Complete Communities – Martin Ince

Learn the foundational aspects and the finer nuances of issues affecting land use and development endeavors in your community.

Community Plan is an educational curriculum developed through collaborative effort and designed to address the questions communities are grappling with day to day.  It is a two to four hour workshop involving group discussion, case studies, expert speakers, and valuable take-aways.

All workshops will be taught by a multi-disciplinary faculty comprised of experienced professionals in economic development, land use, public finance, infrastructure, transportation, and real estate development from both the public and private sectors.  Workshops will be scheduled upon request and instructor availability. Please contact Deb Sydenham, FAICP, Executive Director, ULI Arizona (602.449.7921 or deb.sydenham@uli.org) to discuss your community’s issues and to learn more about Community Plan.

Arizona’s legacy for the next 100 years is filled with possibilities – join us in making them realities for future generations.