• home
  • chevron_right
  • Courses
  • chevron_right
  • Equitable Communities Through Inclusive Urban Development

Equitable Communities Through Inclusive Urban Development

Included in subscription Included in subscription
Live course date: 04/30/2024 | 02:00 PM

Member Price


Non-member Price

Sign in to purchase chevron_right


Promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in urban planning requires a holistic approach that considers the roles of downtowns, suburbs, and neighborhoods. Comprehensive land use plans, 10-minute neighborhoods, plus transit- and trails-oriented development are valuable tools in creating inclusive and sustainable communities. Discover how to address historical harms, engage communities, and prioritize civic investments to ensure that the benefits of development are shared equitably. Hosted by the Regional and Urban Design Committee (RUDC).

Learning Objectives


Describe strategies and best practices at the building and neighborhood scale to address social justice and economic equity.  


Identify effective outreach tools and accountability methods to engage diverse communities in planning efforts. 


Describe a 10-minute neighborhood and identify how they can contribute to social and economic wellness. 


Explain which components of Comprehensive Land Use Plans can contribute to equitable policies. 

Identify community infrastructure investments that deliver the most impactful benefits to marginalized groups.