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Monday, Dec 13, 12-1pm (one week early due to holidays)
Interpreting 2020 Census Data & Virginia's Demographic Trends
This presentation will examine key demographic trends for Virginia planners that are observable in 2020 Decennial Census and recent Census products. The impact of the pandemic as well as the Census Bureau’s new respondent privacy algorithm on the accuracy of Census data will also be examined.
Hamilton Lombard is the Estimates Program Manager for the Demographics Research Group at the University of Virginia Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service. His expertise is in demographic change, particularly the different components of population growth and decline, population estimates, school enrollment projections, and the effect of government policy on population patterns.
Hamilton has worked in local and regional planning in Virginia and the United Kingdom. He earned his B.A. in History and and B.S. in Planning from the University of Virginia.
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Additional CM Credit Opportunities
APA VA Member Spotlight
APA VA wants to hear from you! As in every community we plan, there are stories to its citizens. As a community of planners, we would like to highlight some of our amazing planners across the Commonwealth. If you or someone you know has a great planning story to tell, please reach out to Robert Narvaez, AICP, Director of Inclusion or anyone on the APA VA Board. We can’t wait to hear from you!
2021 General Assembly Session APA Virginia Final Legislative Report
Download APA Virginia's Preliminary Legislative Report to read a list of key bills passed during the 2021 General Assembly session.
The following report lists key bills passed by the 2021 General Assembly. The current status of the bill is shown after the bill summary. If the status says “Approved by the Governor” then the bill has completed the process and generally takes effect on July 1, 2020. If the status says “Governor's Action Deadline, March 31, 2021” then the bill has been sent to the Governor for his action (approval, veto or suggestion of amendment). The Reconvened session, to consider Governor’s amendments and vetos, will be on Wednesday, April 7. Joint Resolutions do not go to the Governor and are approved once signed by Speaker of the House and President of the Senate.
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Planning Resources COVID-19 Resources
Planners continue to play an essential role in community response to the pandemic. From holding online public meetings, to positioning your community for economic recovery, to using data analysis to ensure the recovery is equitable, you need information to help you serve your community. Visit our COVID-19 resources collection, organized by topics that are foremost in your mind.
Below is a link to the Department of Labor's COVID-19 resources and guides.