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Food For the Summer

August 27, 2018

Earlier this month the Chapel Hill office spent their afternoon volunteering with Food for the Summer. This program is a partnership with Chapel Hill and Carrboro town governments, schools, and non-profit partners. Our staff, along with some visiting team members from the Denver office, provided healthy lunches and fun activities to two different sites in

Norfolk Virginia

Norfolk Raises the Bar in Zoning for Resiliency: Webinar

August 8, 2018

Norfolk, Virginia harbors some of the nation’s most important shipbuilding and naval assets, but it also has the highest rate of measured sea level rise of any east coast city in the United States. Norfolk’s response to this challenge has been bold and innovative. Over the past three years, initially through plaNorfolk2030, the city’s comprehensive plan, then Vision

Albuquerque IDO Adopted by City Council!

November 22, 2017

On November 13, the Albuquerque City Council approved a new citywide Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO) and a new citywide zoning map, capping three years of hard work by the Albuquerque Planning Department staff and a Clarion-led consulting team. Clarion’s team included Fregonese Associates, Dekker/Perich/Sabatini, Tim Karpoff Associates, Kimley-Horn, Leland Consulting, and Urban Interactive Studios. The

Sharing Economy Webinar

April 27, 2016

Clarion Associates’ Free Webinar Series presents: The Sharing Economy Boom – How Collaborative Consumption is Changing Planning and Zoning. While the media is awash with entertaining stories of how the Sharing Economy is changing our lives, there has been relatively little discussion about how community planning and zoning regulations need to evolve to reflect those