The mission of the Planning Association of Washington is to provide an inclusive forum for sharing problems and solutions, developing land use planning knowledge and putting this knowledge into the hands of citizens and their elected officials.
Submitted April 27th, 2016
Thanks to all who participated in the Planning Association of Washington’s 2016 conference, held on April 20-22 at the Holiday Inn Hotel in Everett. We heard from a number of attendees that the conference provided numerous educational and networking activities, including mobile workshops at the Boeing plant and Lynnwood city center, excursions to the Everett waterfront and Hibulb Cultural Center, an inspiring keynote address from Everett City Council Member Paul Roberts, and many informative track sessions. Look to this website for updates on conference materials as we accumulate them.
Thanks also to our event sponsors, the Department of Commerce and the Department of Transportation. PAW would not be able to offer high quality educational offerings like this without your support.
Next year’s conference in tentatively planned for early May in Chelan. We look forward to seeing you there!
Submitted October 15th, 2015
In 2015, the Planning Association of Washington unveiled its new periodic newsletter to provide updates on PAW activities for our membership and others who have an interest in our operations. Take a look at the latest information regarding our upcoming spring conference, the 2016 Land Use Boot Camps, and the organization’s new membership program by viewing the PAW Newsletter for December 2015. And, as always, if you have any comments on this new service from PAW, please give us your feedback.
Submitted February 10th, 2015
Being a member of the Planning Association of Washington is a great way to make sure you have the latest knowledge you will need to perform effectively in the world of planning in Washington state. PAW members are the lifeblood of an organization that has been educating planning professionals, planning commission members, elected officials, and citizen planners since 1963. To learn more about PAW and how you can be part of our organization, please refer to our PAW two-sided brochure or PAW tri-fold pamphlet.
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