HomeContact Us

Baltimore Inner Harbor

   |      |      |      |   

Nominations for the 2015 Maryland Sustainable Growth Awards are now being accepted.  Nominate someone who is leading initiatives to advance community revitalization or resource protection.  Nominations are due 9/19.  More info is available here.

Music To Your Gears! Local Baltimore Bicycling Advocacy Group Bikemore´s 2014 Fundraiser is happening Saturday 9/20 at Druid Hill Park.  All info is here.

Come Hell or High Water: The Battle for Turkey Creek: On Wednesday, October 15, 2014 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC at the Kouebk Auditorium at the Crough Center for Architectural Studies will be an exciting night of professional networking, viewing of the documentary film "Come Hell or High Water: The Battle for Turkey Creek," and facilitated discussion. This documentary film is about the inspiring journey and struggle for environmental justice in one community in coastal Mississippi. 
Connect and collaborate with professional planners, architects, designers, environmental justice practioners, academic scholars and students from across the metropolitan Washington, D.C. region. at this event. Pending CM and AIA credits. This event is free and open to the public. Seating is limited. Must RSVP by October 14 at 

More info is available on this flyer.

The Deleware-Maryland Regional Conference registration is now open! The Conference, entitled "Planning for Healthy and Sustainable Places, will be held in Newark, Delaware from October 28-29.  To register and see the conference schedule - please visit the conference page here

Emerging Planners Survey has just been released with information and feedback about the planning profession and landing a planning job. Check it out here

Our Spring Newsletter is available! Check it out here. 

The Urban Studies and Planning Program, at the University of Maryland has launched The Video Wall: Planning for a Diverse Community  (www.ter.ps/636). The website was designed to allow the planning community to share their experiences and insights regarding the challenges and opportunities of an increasingly diverse society. The first speaker is Richard Hall (Secretary, Maryland Department of Planning).  Check it out!

The Maryland Chapter organized a SOLD OUT Port of Baltimore Tour and Freight Panel Meeting on Friday May 16th.  The Presentations are now available online! The presentation by Valorie LaCour is here & the presentation by Jacquelyn Seneschal is here

New information about the Young Planners Group is available here!

For the latest in webcasts on the Planning You Tube Channel

Thanks for visiting  Please see the events and news to the right and browse our site.