2021 RPC-MPO Webinar Series
The Capital Area Regional Planning Commission and Greater Madison MPO are partner agencies working together to align natural resource, land use, and transportation planning in the Madison region.
To facilitate this partnership, we established a shared office space in late 2019 and completed a coordinated rebrand in 2020. This year, we are joining forces on a series of educational webinars designed to provide Dane County communities with information on regional issues and tools to address shared challenges.
We invite you join us for an inaugural lunch-and-learn webinar on Thursday, February 18th to learn more about the work our agencies do, the resources we offer, and the services we can provide. Our goal is to inspire ongoing information sharing and dialogue around the ways in which we can help address common challenges faced by Dane County communities.
What Can Your Regional Planning Agency Do For You?
Thursday, February 18, 2021 | 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Register now via Zoom
Intended Audience: Local and county staff and officials and members of transportation and land use committees. Interested members of the public are also welcome.
- Present an overview of available tools, resources, and services provided by CARPC and the MPO to support local plans and projects.
- Provide examples of CARPC’s work in local comprehensive planning, watershed planning, mapping, and data services.
- Provide examples of the MPO’s transportation plans, studies, data, and services.
- Open the door for new collaborations in support of local plans and projects.
- Gather feedback on community needs and interests to guide future webinar offerings.
In addition to answering the question “what can your regional planning agencies do for you?” our initial webinar will include time for participants to weigh in on the issues that are currently most pressing for local staff and officials. Based on feedback from this session, we will focus our subsequent webinars on the topics of greatest interest and usefulness to communities and their constituents.