THIS PAGE IS AN ARCHIVE OF THE PREVIOUS EVENT.  CURRENT EVENT IS FNT2020.

#FNT2019

 

February 8, 2019

FOCUS NORTH TEXAS

Thank you for coming and for the support of our sponsors and the FNT Committee.

 

Provided below are PowerPoint presentations from each breakout session and a live recording of the Opening Plenary discussion on Mobility.

 

Opening Plenary: Mobility 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PowerPoints provided by speakers:

Automated Vehicles and the Future of North Texas

Context-Sensitive Solutions (CSS)

Leveraging Technology to Enhance Mobility 

Climate Change: Causes and Impacts

Climate Change: Tools and Actions

Suburban Remix

Homelessness and Affordable Housing: An Overview

Homelessness & Affordable Housing: Challenges and Actions

Zoning for Equity 

Virtual Reality to Reality

PLACE-Making and Urban Design

Making Things Happen in Cities

Ethics and Open Meetings Training

Long Range Planning (Incl. Comp Plans)

 

WHEN:

2/8/2019

8:30AM - 5:00PM

WHERE:

IRVING CONVENTION CENTER AT LAS COLINAS

500 W Las Colinas Boulevard
Irving, Texas 75039

ABOUT THE EVENT:

Focus North Texas is a regional training and continuing education event for city planning-related topics.  It's a one-day planning symposium, and in 2019, the Midwest Texas Section of the APA and the North Central Texas Section of the APA combined forces to put on this affordable and regional training program together.  
 
Planned and organized by a group of your peers and colleagues, highlights from #FNT2019 included: 
 
  • Anne Ricker and Bill Cunningham as Keynote Lunch speakers, discussing how to plan in a market-based reality, making plans and policies that are truly integrated into all elements of the city;
  • An Opening Plenary panel discussing progressive mobility and its importance to North Texas;
  • Five tracks of AICP CM-approved breakout sessions including Transportation, Resiliency, Social Equity, Legal/Ethics, Best Practices/Innovation; and
  • An Elected and Appointed Officials track/training.
 

For Questions: contact us