"Planning in America: Perceptions and Priorities"

"Not only do Americans strongly believe community planning is critical to jump starting our nation's economy, but a majority want to be personally involved with community planning efforts, whether they live in a city, a suburb, a small town, or rural America," says APA Chief Executive Officer Paul Farmer, FAICP, in a press release issued today for the release of the report, "Planning in America: Perceptions and Priorities."

The report serves as an indication that Americans of all political stripes are actively seeking planning solutions to revitalize their communities, and is an optimistic survey of emerging trends. Download the full report by following this link.

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