GTS
Land Use Training and Education Program

Everyone is impacted by how land is used. Land Use describes a decision-making process used to determine how a land should be developed to meet the needs of residents, businesses, and government. Building mixed-use developments, adding more bike lanes and walking paths, or zoning land for commercial development are examples of just some of the ways land can be developed to meet community needs.

From basic to advanced core content, to special and emerging topics, the Land Use Training and Education Program is designed to provide opportunities for elected and appointed officials, land use planning and zoning staff, the business community, community-based organizations, and concerned citizens from cities, suburbs, towns, and rural areas to engage in conversations and collaborative learning that will drive toward equitable and sustainable land use outcomes.

Register now for 2018 Land Use training workshops!

Classes will begin in April and run through November. Check back here for more information or watch your email inbox for more information.

Thanks to our 2018 Sponsors!

Gold Sponsors

Sourcewell

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Bronze Sponsors

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Upcoming Workshops

If you would like to receive information on upcoming courses, or discuss co-sponsoring a workshop for your community, please email Mary Wynne.

 

Sponsor Opportunities Now Available

From basic to advanced core content, to special and emerging topics, the Land Use Training and Education Program is designed to provide opportunities for elected and appointed officials, land use planning and zoning staff, the business community, community-based organizations, and concerned citizens from cities, suburbs, towns, and rural areas to engage in conversations and collaborative learning that will drive toward equitable and sustainable land use outcomes.

More information on the Land Use Training and Education Program sponsorship program is available in .pdf format.

Sponsor Registration