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|About||Official Page! What Do Planners Do? Planners help government officials, business leaders, and citizens create communities that offer better choices for where and how people work and live, and play.|
Mission, Vision and Values
The Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Planning Association provides leadership in the development of vital communities by advocating excellence in community planning through education, empowerment, partnership, and public policy.
Planning is an essential function in creating successful communities throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The PA Chapter of APA, with its diverse and engaged membership, positively influences the provision of planning resources and the practice of planning at all levels of the public and private sectors.
The PA Chapter of APA believes:
Planning is a critical function of government, citizens, and the private sector;
Planning brings forth the best ideas by balancing varied interests and resources;
Planning is objective and open-minded;
Planning is comprehensive, inclusive, and empowering; and
Planning values the diversity of Pennsylvania’s communities, cultures, and places.
|Founded||Incorporated in 1971|