Join Us for Part 1 and Share Your Local Knowledge Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College—
Every day, communities, agencies, and managers make choices about local infrastructure and resources. Climate tools can visualize impacts of heat, drought, flooding, and sea level rise and help you plan for a more resilient future. But, finding and choosing the right tool can be overwhelming. We’re creating a new online decision-support tree to help—the first of its kind in the Gulf. To get started, we need your input to make the decision-support tree and website a success. During this half-day meeting, tell us about: 1) the impact of climate related issues important to your community, 2) how you are using climate tools/models, and 3) the features that will help you make better choices when using our new online decision-support tree. Free lunch provided
The City of Jackson Department of Planning & Development and Jackson State University Urban & Regional Planning Program are presenting a BROWN BAG LUNCH & PANEL DISCUSSION on PLANNING AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT – HOW PROJECTS GET DONE.
Monday, October 31, 2016 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Jackson State University Downtown Campus 101 W. Capitol Street, Room 107
This project is a collaborative effort between the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at Jackson State University and the Planning Department with the City of Jackson. The main goal is to promote "National Planning Month" and to bring awareness to the field.
Events include a proclamation, a poster contest, Cinema in the City each Friday through November, and ending with a panel discussion on October 31. Please click this new story for the full schedule.
In honor of National Planning Month, The City of Jackson’s Planning and Development Department in conjunction with the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at Jackson State University will host a poster competition open to middle and high school students. The goal of civic engagement is to highlight the necessity of engaging the public, elected officials, and key leaders in discussions and activities that shape the future of our cities.
City of Brandon is seeking a zoning administrator and zoning code enforcement professional to assist in implementation of the recently adopted Plan Brandon 2035 Comprehensive Plan and new zoning code. Position duties can include planning commission administrator, development review, historic preservation, signage and zoning code administrator, and other planning related activities.