REGISTRATION: Agenda: The Legal Basis of Planning in Washington The statutory basis of planning in Washington State, and early planning statutes. Comprehensive Planning Basics Overview of planning requirements under the Planning Enabling Act, and Growth Management Act requirements for local planning in fully and partially planning counties.
Ideas and tools for updating and implementing the comprehensive plan.
Attendees will receive the booklet, links to the manual, a cd with video clips, and a full Power Point presentation.
Agenda: The Legal Basis of Planning in Washington The statutory basis of planning in Washington State, and early planning statutes. Comprehensive Planning Basics Quick overview of the Growth Management Act requirements for local planning.
Washington Cities Insurance Authority (WCIA) supports this program by providing a limited reimbursement of: Planning Association of Washington (PAW)Registration link is available via WCIA's website, just click "Register for this event" button.
Washington Cities Insurance Authority (WCIA) supports this program by providing a limited reimbursement of: Audience: PAW Planning Education Series and Land Use Boot Camp events are skill based courses for planning, administrative and legal professionals focusing on timely issues and include land use law and practice updates. Gilbert, the US Supreme Court decision that changes your sign code.
Sign Code Updates A local perspective on completing a sign code update including process, content and lessons learned from the City of Sammamish.
Sign Code Strategies Discussion Learn from a panel of local professionals on how they are currently facilitating sign code updates.Roles and Responsibilities Roles in the planning process including elected officials, staff, advisor groups such as planning commissions and community councils.Open Government Laws Open Public Meetings Act and Introduction to the Public Records Act.Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO)National Emergency Number Association (NENA)Link to APCO-NENA WA 911 Spring Forum page is available via WCIA's website, just click "Register for this event" button.Washington Cities Insurance Authority (WCIA) supports this program by providing a limited reimbursement of: Audience: New Supervisors, Leads, Acting Supervisors, Aspiring Supervisors and those who need a refresher This scenario-based three-hour class is designed for new supervisors, supervisors who would like a refresher, leads, and aspiring supervisors to help them become comfortable in dealing with some of the less frequent but risky supervisory issues that may arise.Audience: Municipal Attorneys Lunch buffet served from a.m. Note: If you are not planning to join us for lunch, please notify Member Services, [email protected], by Friday, September 29, 2017. The afternoon will be your opportunity to work with your peers on specific scenarios involving "tech" issues.