For those providing child care, as well as those in need of child care, there is a child care crisis, especially as demand for home-based care exceeds availability. Jurisdictions can support efforts to address this crisis by updating local codes.
SPUR believes education empowers people to take an active role in creating a more equitable, sustainable and prosperous region. A majority of its programming is free to the public. Below are upcoming SPUR programs and events that may interest you. For a full list, please visit SPUR’s Upcoming Events page. The following SPUR Digital Discourse …
(The Barcode Project, Oslo, Norway, Aug 2018. Photo by Woodie Tescher.) Five from Northern Section win 2022 Chapter Awards • SIX locally-authored feature articles • TWO upcoming CM webinars • 12 “Who’s where” profiles • 18 from Northern pass AICP exam • 16 articles excerpted in “Planning news roundup,” from Napa Valley to Daly City to Salinas • Four “Where in the world” photos.
(Venice, Italy, April 2012. Photo: Justin Meek, AICP) Northern Section 2022 Awards announced • Four locally-authored feature articles • Upcoming programs and sessions • Five “Who’s where” profiles • 14 excerpts in “Planning news roundup,” from Mendocino to Livermore to Pacific Grove • Four “Where in the world” photos (UK, Bay Area, Australia).