Sea Level Rise: Engaging the Community in Planning


Sea Level Rise, Storms and Cape Cod

Engaging the Community in Planning: How Can it Be Done and What Has Been Proven to Work?

Thursday, March 19, 2015

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Target Audience: Regional and municipal planners & GIS staff; Emergency and floodplain managers; DPW staff, natural resource managers & conservation agents; Local Boards (planning, conservation, emergency management); Environmental organizations; State agency staff and local technical experts; Town administrators and selectmen

CTPDescription: Engaging the community is a key component in planning for coastal hazards and requires a thoughtful strategic approach to be effective.  This workshop will present a variety of strategies that have been successfully utilized in New England and Florida-based projects where towns and organizations were able to make tremendous progress despite challenging beginnings.  It will demonstrate how to use a structured collaborative process to build community support and identify techniques and lessons that may be applied on Cape Cod.  The workshop will also present a guidebook and other great resources that local officials and organizations can utilize going forward.
Snow Date: Friday, March 20, 2015


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