ULI St. Louis: Start Where You Are - Collaborative Planning around Vacancy in the City

When

Wednesday, October 28th, 2020
8:30am - 9:30am CDT

Where

ZOOM
Continuing the hot topic of planning in our region, this program will take a look at how the St. Louis Vacancy Collaborative is tackling vacant land, vacant lots, and contributing to the forward momentum of community planning in the City.

Pricing

Pricing Members Non-Members
Private FREE FREE
Public/Academic/Nonprofit FREE FREE
Retired FREE N/A
Student FREE FREE
Under Age 35 FREE FREE

A complete recording of the program may be found here.  

Continuing the conversation around planning in our region and the approach to "Start Where You Are, Use What You Have, Do What You Can," this third quarterly program will center around the work of the St. Louis Vacancy Collaborative in the City of St. Louis.
What does it look like when a community and city staff come together to chart a course for addressing approximately 25,000 vacant parcels in the City?
 
The St. Louis Vacancy Collaborative – a coalition of community members, private and non-profit stakeholders, and City agencies – are joining forces to better understand the scope of the challenge and work together to devise solutions that St. Louis can enact at the individual, street and neighborhood level to begin to put these lots and buildings back into productive use.
 
Featured Speakers:
 Laura Ginn, Vacancy Strategist, City of St. Louis
 Bob Lewis, FAICP, CEcD, Assistant Professor of Urban Planning, Saint Louis University
  Sundy Whiteside, Board President, St. Louis Association of Community Organizations
Moderator:
Cecilia Dvorak, AICP, City Planning Executive, Planning and Urban Design Agency, City of St. Louis

Full biographies may be found here.