CDRPC Planning and Zoning Webinar Series
CDRPC’s Spring Webinar Series, on the Zoom platform, will take place weekly on Wednesdays and Fridays from May 4 to June 8th. Each session will start at 1pm. If you would like to attend click here to purchase a series pass through our Eventbrite Webinar page. Sign up for the webinars you like – or attend them all. The same registration fee applies and there are no additional charges once you register. Your $17.50 registration pass is good for any and all of the events in the series.
After registering you will receive an email with access instructions. If you do not get the email right away check your spam or junk folder. For Eventbrite to provide access you will need to create an account (https://www.eventbrite.com/signin/signup) – use the same email you used to register. Then when you come back to the Event page click “access event” to sign in. From there you can sign up for as many of the individual programs as you wish.
- Wednesday, May 4: Funding Opportunities through the NYS Environmental Facilities Corporation (CM #9246867)
- Friday, May 6: Leveraging Regional Partnerships to Engage Residents in Municipal Clean Energy Campaigns, presented by CDRPC (CM #9246869)
- Wednesday, May 11: Adapting Planning Board Procedures for the Digital Age, made possible by presenting sponsor Delaware Engineering (CM #9246871)
- Friday, May 13: State Environmental Quality Review (SEQRA) Overview, made possible by presenting sponsor AKRF (CM #9246874)
- Wednesday, May 18: Short-Term Rentals – Balancing Local Impacts and Economic Benefits, made possible by presenting sponsor The Laberge Group (CM #9246876)
- Friday, May 20th: MS4 Permit Update, made possible by presenting sponsor Barton and Loguidice (CM #9248924)
- Wednesday, May 25: Your Community and the Triple Bottom Line: Ensuring Resiliency through Neighborhood, Financial, and Environmental Health, made possible by presenting sponsor the MRB Group (CM #9246879)
- Friday, May 27: Planning, Zoning & Controversial Development, made possible by presenting sponsor Bergmann (CM #9246883)
- Wednesday, June 1: Renewable Energy Projects: Best Practices for Municipal Leaders, made possible by presenting sponsor the MRB Group (CM #9246885)
- Monday, June 6: Marijuana Planning and Zoning Panel (CM #9246889) (note the date)
- Wednesday, June 8: Planning Case Law Update presented by Whiteman Osterman & Hanna LLP(CM #9246886)
More sessions will be added soon – keep checking back.
How The Program Works
All registrants will need to log into Eventbrite or create an account to access the webinars sign-up page. Think of the registration as a season ticket. You will register once, there’s a one-time fee, and once you register you may sign up for any webinar you like. There is no per webinar fee. Make sure to save the confirmation email you receive after registration – this will contain a link to your “season ticket” – the page where you will be able to access all the webinars in the series. You do not need to sign up for the webinars in advance.
Access Event from Webinar Confirmation Email or Eventbrite.com
1) Log in to Eventbrite using the email that is associated with your ticket.
2) Click “access the access the event” link on the right.
Thanks to our sponsors for their support of this Series!
What if I buy multiple tickets?
For purchasers of multiple tickets, each registrant will receive a unique ticket that will be emailed. Registrants will be able to access the webinar series by logging in with the email associated with their ticket.
Do I get a Certificate for attending?
After each webinar in the series, each attendee will receive an email confirming attendance if they attended via PC or tablet. No automatic emails confirming attendance can be sent to phone only attendees. The confirmation email can be submitted to your board chair and or clerk to apply for credit. To automatically receive the email that can be used for PB or BZA credit for this webinar you MUST register and attend with an email address.
Town, village and city zoning board of appeals and planning board members, as well as county planning board members are required by state statute to obtain four hours of training a year. This webinar series will also provide an opportunity for local government professionals from across the board to sharpen their skills, obtain credits, learn about trends and regulations, meet the experts and find out about funding opportunities.
Remember, your Eventbrite ticket will give you access to the online event page with sign-up links for the webinars. You can not access the webinars without a ticket. The registration for the series is a one time fee. There are no additional costs for accessing webinars individually.
Q: Do I have to pay full price if I only want to attend one or two sessions?
A: Yes. There is no pricing option per webinar. Think of the attendance cost as a season ticket, you can get into as many, or as few sessions as you’d like.
Q: Is there an early bird registration?
Q. Are AICP credits available?
A: Yes. All of the sessions have been submitted for AICP CMs.
Q: Will recordings of all sessions be available post conference?
A: Yes. Attendees will have access to all session recordings for up to one year post conference. Links to these recordings will be posted on the event page.
Q: Can I pay by check or voucher?
A: Yes, select this option upon checkout and we will bill you.
Q: Can I pay the day of a webinar?
A: Yes, conference registration will remain open until it’s conclusion.
Speaking and Sponsorship Opportunities
CDRPC is excited to once again present our Spring Local Government Webinar series. Our webinars continue to provide high quality professional development and continuing education opportunities for local government officials, planners, stormwater professionals and elected representatives. Our webinars may be used for local planning and zoning credits and will be submitted for AICP Certification Maintenance.
For a limited time, CDRPC is offering exclusive sponsorship for each one of our webinars. For the Presenting Sponsorship level we will provide each underwriter with an exclusive 1-hour Zoom presentation time slot of their choosing and a variety of promotional touches including sponsor branding. Underwriter level sponsorships will be paired with a webinar and will be provided with a variety of promotional touches on all webinar materials. Your sponsorship ensures we are able to continue to deliver diverse, cutting edge and cost-effective training and programs to our region’s stakeholders. Sponsoring helps underwrite the production, promotion and presentation of the series.
For the Spring Series we are seeking presentations on the following topics:
□ Transportation innovations
□ Regulatory or community planning changes brought on by the response to COVID-19
□ The intersection between public health and land use, transportation
□ Stormwater management best practices
If your firm or organization is interested in opportunity, please complete page two of our Spring Workshop Series Sponsor Form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also send a preferred logo for your organization (.png or .jpg) or link to one we can use.
Planning board and zoning board of appeals members are required by state statute to obtain four hours of training a year. Town, village and city zoning board of appeals and planning board members, as well as county planning board members must receive training. This webinar series will also provide an opportunity for local government professionals from across the board to sharpen their skills, obtain credits, learn about trends and regulations, meet the experts and find out about funding opportunities.
AICP members can earn Certification Maintenance (CM) credits for these activities. When CM credits are available, they are noted at the end of an activity description. More information about AICP’s CM program can be found at www.planning.org/com. AICP members must be in attendance for the duration of the event in order to receive CM Credit.
Thanks to our partners!