11:45 AM – 1:15 PM, GHD Office, 2235 Mercury Way, Suite 150, SANTA ROSA. John Rozum, AICP, and Melissa Rosa, from NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management will introduce participants to Digital Coast, a website that provides resources that help communities address coastal issues. Digital Coast data, tools and training that will be highlighted include the Sea Level Rise Viewer, Coastal Change Analysis Program (C-CAP), Coastal County Snapshots; and topical areas such as green infrastructure, climate adaptation planning, and water quality will be covered. Time will be allotted for questions and your input on additional resources or tools that would be useful to your respective community. This brown bag can be attended in person or via webinar. Lunch will be provided. RSVP to Kristine Gaspar at email@example.com.
10 AM-12 PM, Hayes Mansion, 200 Edenvale Avenue, SAN JOSE. Beverages and light snacks available at 9:30 AM. The forum will showcase an interactive analysis of a case study in North San Jose, led by a panel of technical experts who will discuss options for funding transportation and utility improvements. Financing tools and strategies will be shared that could help address infrastructure needs in jurisdictions throughout the Bay Area. Co-sponsored by MTC and ABAG. Free event; To register, click HERE. For more information, contact Dave Javid at firstname.lastname@example.org.
APA California is offering free one-click previews of its entire on-demand video catalog — including six new titles from the 2015 Oakland Conference. Convenient, informative, inexpensive and timely, these videos are the next best thing to attending a live conference session. Let’s get rid of those CM credit deficits!
We’re excited to announce that the application portal for 2016 CED Summer Programs is now open!
The College of Environmental Design at University of California, Berkeley offers several introductory summer programs for those interested in exploring the fields of city and regional planning, urban design and environmental planning.
6–7 PM, SPUR, 654 Mission Street, SAN FRANCISCO. Gabe Klein’s new book, Start-Up City, seeks to help bridge the public-private divide and forge better cities with more nimble, consumer-oriented bureaucracies. Join him for a discussion about how we can inspire a startup-like pace in the public sector, leverage its immense resources and create functional, lasting change. For more information, click here.