OAPA Webinar Housing Policy in the 2024 Oregon Legislative Session
Learn about the housing production bill (SB 1537) currently being worked on in the state legislature and how it could impact your city.
Conference Sponsors Thank You to Our Sponsors!
Thank you to our generous 2023 conference sponsors!
OAPA will bring together more than 250 leading urban managers, academics, and practitioners from around the Pacific Northwest to explore the best solutions for preparing for the next decade. Speakers will present and discuss plans, projects, case studies, research, evaluations, theories, and methodologies.
Sponsoring will provide you with an opportunity to participate in a unique knowledge creation and knowledge sharing with colleagues from all over the Pacific Northwest.
Oregon Chapter of the American Planning Association OAPA Offers DEI and Racial Justice Resource Guide and Racial Equity Glossary
Volunteers with OAPA’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Group (DEIG) developed two new online resources in 2021 geared toward planners, allied professionals, and planning students. Reflected in the offerings is OAPA’s commitment to lead our equity work with race, with an emphasis on the intersectionality of anti-racist work. Learn more about the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Racial Justice Resource Guide and Racial Equity Glossary on the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources page of this website.
Oregon Chapter of the American Planning Association CAPP Aids in Wildfire Recovery
OAPA's Community Assistance Planning Program (CAPP) has responded to the dramatic wildfires that impacted communities across the state in September 2020. In partnership with Federal, State and local governments, OAPA volunteers are providing planning resources and assistance. In the Santiam Canyon in Marion and Linn Counties, and the Bear Creek Valley in Jackson County, CAPP teams are working to support and assess how communities can rebuild for resiliency. These CAPP projects will help to jump start longer-term recovery planning and projects to come.
As part of this effort, OAPA has provided a list of resources for communities to inform current and future wildfire recovery, rebuilding, and resilience planning efforts.