Welcome to APA Louisiana

Our mission is to promote the practice of community and regional planning in Louisiana by enhancing the effectiveness of planners in impacting public policy. This mission will be carried out through:
Community Service - Provide informed and objective planning advice on issues that confront state and local government and build public and political support for responsible planning in Louisiana.
Member Services - Provide services to members to facilitate communications, networking and professional/citizen interchange.
Professionalism & Excellence - Promote excellence, professionalism and adherence to high ethical standards in the profession by offering programs and opportunities to build professional skills.

EBR Parish Land Development Code Changes

On Wednesday, January 25, the Capital Section conducted their first Lunch and Learn of 2017.  Hosted by the East Baton Rouge Planning Commission, the Section joined with the local ASLA and AIA Chapters to hear a presentation related to recent land development code changes for EBR Parish.

Meeting Our Legislators in D.C.

Jeffrey Goodman, Lydia Jemison, Fred Neal Jr.

From September 17-20, APA held the 2016 APA Policy and Advocacy Conference in Washington D.C.

Planners’ Day on the Hill

Fred Neal, Jr. AICP attended the 2016 Policy & Advocacy Conference in D.C.

From September 17-20, APA held the 2016 APA Policy and Advocacy Conference in Washington D.C. During the three-day conference planners from all over the country discussed various planning and policy issues including: funding future transportation and infrastructure projects, using open data to increase access to opportunity, integrating equity into placemaking, planning for positive health outcomes for communities and advocating for planning with public and elected officials.



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