The American Planning Association Massachusetts Chapter (APA-MA) is an official Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA). We are a 1,400-plus member organization of professional planners and planning officials who serve Massachusetts communities in many ways, at all levels of government, the private sector and not-for-profit organizations.
The mission of the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Planning Association is to enhance planning in Massachusetts through education, advocacy, outreach, communication, and provision of services & resources to members and the larger planning community.
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Are you attending the Virtual SNEAPA Conference this week? Join us for a Virtual Session of the MassPlanners Listserv at 11:30 am on Friday (called Chapter Meetings on the SNEAPA Program)! Since Fridays on the MassPlanners listserv are notorious for questions that might be a bit "out there", we decided to bring it to life during the SNEAPA Conference. Hosted by Tom Bott, Town Planner in Falmouth, planners can bring unique questions to this Virtual Session and Tom will facilitate a lively discussion amongst the participants. Prepare your questions now and 'see' you on Friday at 11:30 am!
Please note: you must be registered for the SNEAPA Conference to attend this Virtual Session.
- CPTC is offering 13 e-workshops for Fall 2020. E-Workshops are designed for citizen and professional planners in Massachusetts. The workshops cover subjects such as zoning, …Read More »
- It is time again to recognize and celebrate recent planning success stories and those who make a difference in the planning profession. The American …Read More »
- Hello APA-MA Members! I hope that everyone is and well and finding safe ways to continue to interact with family, friends, and colleagues at this …Read More »
- Full-time: 37 hours per week Pay: $1,198.41 to $1,518.12 weekly Working under the direction of the Town Manager, this position is responsible for assisting with the analysis of all planning board applications and their potential impact on the town. Provides technical and administrative assistance with all planning board responsibilities and …Read More »
- SALARY: $79,000 – $107,000 DOE + Benefits CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled JOB DESCRIPTION Leads and manages the complex operations of the City’s Planning Department. This includes internal and cross team collaboration, advising policymakers about long-range planning and community development projects, and overseeing the application of land use …Read More »
- JOB SUMMARY Supports the operations of the Planning Division by providing staff support to the Planning Board and assisting in the design and implementation of planning studies, planning research and graphic materials. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the …Read More »
- Grade: A-17 ($67,329 – $73,644)* *Position may be eligible for an additional $10,000 stipend for work associated with the Providence Housing Trust. Summary The Associate Director of Community Development works directly under the Director of Community Development and is responsible for assisting with the implementation and administration of all Community …Read More »
- The City of Providence is excited to pass along a Call for Design ideas for the Crook Point Bascule Bridge— a steel railway drawbridge that once connected Providence’s Fox Point neighborhood to the City of East Providence across the Seekonk River. The bridge— which is currently unused and has remained …Read More »
- ASSOCIATE PLANNER Location: PCD: PERMIT/REGULATORY Details: Job Description Salary: $59,579.00-$65,780.52 The Associate Planner assists in the operations of the Planning and Community Development Office under the direction of the Director and Assistant Director of Planning and Community Development and provides a wide range of development and land use planning activities including …Read More »
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