Citizen Planning School Learning Sessions – The Basics
The Citizen Planning School program provides citizens of Erie and Niagara counties with tools to increase the sustainability of their communities and ultimately, the Buffalo Niagara region at large. All participants attend issue-based lectures, have access to online toolkits, receive a Certificate of Completion, and attend the Idea Summit that celebrates the work of all program participants. Participation in the Citizen Planning School is free and open to the public.
Past Learning Sessions
The first year of the Citizen Planning School was launched in spring 2014 with more than 100 participants. Citizens learned from local experts from the private, public and nonprofit sectors on a range of issues in planning and sustainable development. Four learning sessions with panel discussions focused on two-way learning for participants.
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Watch and learn more about the Citizen Planning School and the Champions for Change Program
Whether you are a concerned citizen interested in learning more about the basics of planning and sustainable development, or you want to implement your idea for a sustainable initiative in your neighborhood, the Citizen Planning School has something to offer. Hosted by One Region Forward and UB’s School of Architecture and Planning, the program offers two levels of training.