|American Planning Association
Link to information about APA's programs and membership services; includes a list of chapters.
The Alachua County School Concurrency Project (ACSCP)
ACSCP is dedicated to the prevention of school overcrowding in Alachua County. We believe that implementing school concurrency in our county is an effective way to prevent overcrowded schools. The mission of the ACSCP is to educate residents of Alachua County about school concurrency by providing accurate, reliable, and useful information concerning school concurrency. Their website is a general resource on the subject of school concurrency.
|Assn. of Collegiate Schools of Planning
Includes links to all US planning school sites.
|Brookings Institution -Text Books
The Books Online program provides online access to full-text versions of a large and growing list of titles. Now you can browse and search over 30,000 pages of cutting-edge public policy research from your computer, and print selected pages one at a time. The program includes titles in: Government and Politics; General Economics; and Urban Affairs.
|Center for Urban Transportation Research
CUTR's mission is to serve as a resource for policymakers, transportation professionals, the education system, and the public by providing high quality, objective transportation research.
The Congress for the New Urbanism has established a Florida Chapter. This website contains events, articles, and other resources for those interested in promoting New Urbanism goals in Florida. There is also a complete database of NU projects around the state.
|Community Connections Info Center
HUD Office of Community Planning and Development site provides users with copies of program regulations, descriptions of model programs, case studies of affordable housing initiatives, publications on expanding affordable housing opportunities, funding information, trianing and conference announcements, and referrals to technical assistance.
A directory of over 7000 links to sites relevant to planning, architecture, local government, and related information.
EcoIQ.com is focused on environmental management, local government, and creating a sustainable future. It provides the EcoGateway, a portal site. The best linking options are their Land Use Home Page, EcoIQ Land Planning & Conservation, provided here.
|FAU Catanese Center for Urban & Environmental Solutions
The Catanese Center is dedicated to helping decision- makers resolve the complex environmental and urban issues raised by growth and its impact. Its mission is to work with policymakers and the public in their pursuit of options for managing growth while preserving natural systems, promoting a strong economy and planning livable communities.
|Florida Atlantic University Planning School
The FAU Masters in Urban and Regional Planning program homepage.
| Florida Codes of Ordinances
This database is a collection consisting mostly of local government Codes of Ordinances from around the state, provided by Municipal Code Corporation.
|Florida Department of Community Affairs
|Florida Department of Transportation Planning Pages
The goal of the "Planning Pages" is to provide better communications with the citizens of Florida, FDOT's transportation partners, and anyone else interested in transportation planning issues, programs, and policies.
|Florida Governor's Web
|Florida Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers
We have a group within our organization that is made up of transportation planners and would like to keep all planners informed on what we are doing.
|Florida Internet Center for Understanding Sustainability
Balancing people with nature in Florida.
|Florida Legislative Committee on Intergovernmental Relations
The Legislative Committee on Intergovernmental Relations is a public entity that facilitates the development of intergovernmental policies and practices.
|Florida Planning and Zoning Association
The Florida Planning and Zoning Association (FPZA) is a statewide nonprofit organization comprised of people dedicated to planning and developing a quality Florida. It was formed with a mission to "furnish a medium for interchange of information and mutual assistance among those interested in planning and zoning."
|Florida Redevelopment Association
The FRA brings together professionals from around the state who are involved in preserving and improving Florida's communities. Founded in 1974 to promote redevelopment and growth of downtowns. The focus was later broadened to encompass Community Redevelopment Agencies (CRAs) and the Main Street Program cities.
|Florida State University Planning School
Florida State University Department of Urban and Regional Planning
|Florida Sunshine On-Line
The Official Guide to the State of Florida Legislature
|Healthy Development Website
Healthy Development, Inc. is an innovative consulting firm focused on the relationship between development and human health. Specializing in health impact assessment (HIA), the principals of Healthy Development have 25 years of experience in public health research, environmental land use and community development policy work.
HUD USER is an online source of housing research and information, provided as a service by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Our website features government sponsored periodicals, publications, and datasets covering economic development, urban planning, and other housing-related topics. Our research is used by a wide variety of housing professionals, researchers, builders, and developers.
|International Urban Planning Organization-IUPO
IUPO is an International Networking Organization. IUPO is established on January 2002. This organization is formed to reach the common goals of the Urban Planners at the Global perspective. The primary perspective is technology sharing. Different planning methods, design concepts, planners view and problems will be shared without consideration of boundaries region.
|Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
A nonprofit educational institution that disseminates information about critical issues in land and tax policy.
|Links to APA Chapters and Divisions
Many APA Chapters and Divisions have joined the online world. Check out what APA's various subsidiary organizations are doing, or look for jobs nationwide.
|Metropolitan Planning Organization Advisory Committee
|National Planning News
A Service of the Maryland Department of Planning; great source for current planning news.
PLANetizen is a public-interest information exchange for the urban planning and development community. They provide a daily, one-stop source for urban planning news, job opportunities, commentary and events.
|Planning Commissioners Journal
News and information about local and regional planning.
|Planning Reports Center
Allows users to quickly and easily find information describing ways other communities have dealt with important planning issues.
Access to over 100 planning related sites on topics such as growth management, new urbanism and smart growth. The webpage also has information on planning employment and higher education; terminology; reports, essays, and news stories; and even features a bulletin board and its own chat room.
Smart Growth Network Home Page
Smart Growth Network Searchable Online
Database of Land Use Regulations
|Terrain: A Journal of the Built & Natural
A quarterly online journal searching for that interface-the integration-among the built and natural environments, that might be called the soul of place. It is not definitely about urban form, nor solely about natural landscapes. It is not precisely about human culture, nor necessarily about ecology. It is, rather, a celebration of the symbiosis between the built and natural environments where it exists, and an examination and discourse where it does not.
|The University of Florida Planning School
The University of Florida Department of Urban and Regional Planning