Citizens Planning Institute taking fall session applications

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Ready to roll up your sleeves and learn how city planning, zoning, and development processes work in Philly and what engaged citizens like you can do to shape the future of their neighborhoods? It's time to apply for the Citizens Planning Institute's fall session.

Applications [pdf] are being accepted from now until September 25  for the Citizens Planning Institute fall session (October 9 - November 20). Classes run on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm in Center City. The core course of three sessions - held October 9, 16, and 23 - costs $50 (including supper) plus each elective session costs $25 (October 30, November 6 and 13).  This session’s electives will focus on best practices for L&I and Zoning Committees, leveraging city funds, and vacant land/community land access. 

The Citizens Planning Institute is a program of the Philadelphia City Planning Commission. For questions contact Donna Carney, Citizens Planning Institute Director at 215-683-4640 or via email.

About the author

Ashley Hahn, Editor, Eyes on the Street

Ashley writes and edits Eyes on the Street. She has a special interest in preservation, neighborhoods, and all things public – from policy to art. Ashley holds masters degrees in City and Regional Planning and Historic Preservation from PennDesign.

Ashley has lived in 12 zip codes that she can think of, including neighborhoods in Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. She is proud to call 19147 home. 

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