Site Planning Fundamentals (05-13-2015)
Site Planning Fundamentals: (05-13-2015) Good site design is key to creating communities that are visually appealing and function well. Through the review of site plans, local governments can insure that new development occurs in ways that are appropriate for the site, specifically addressing issues such as enhancing open spaces, transportation connections, circulation of pedestrians, and storm water management.
Approximate length of program: One hour, 29 minutes
PDF size: 2,464 KB
Presented by: James A. LaGro, Jr., MLA, Ph.D., Professor, Dept. of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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UW-Extension Local Government Center website: lgc.uwex.edu