"Prospects for Collaboration: Common Opportunities for a Small City Campus"
“Pocket Neighborhoods: Creating Small-Scale Community in a Large-Scale World”
“Parking Plays a Big Part: Creating Great Business Districts”
Our annual lectures focus on:
•Educating planners, real estate development professionals, architects, builders, engineers, elected and volunteer office holders, and the general public;
•Positively impacting on the quality of development and growth in Bend and the surrounding region;
•Bringing expert lecturers in from outside the region who can bring innovative ideas as well as examples of things that have worked (or failed) in other areas; and
•Creating a discussion on how to apply these lessons to our community.
Public Forum, co-sponsored by COIC and ODOT TGM Program
October 10, 2014: Jim Sallis
Introductory lecture for the Green and Solar Home Tour
November 11, 2014 6:30-8pm: Eli Spevak
Moving Beyond the Automobile: Multi-Modal Planning
October 20, 2016, 6:30 - 8pm: Derick O'Neill, City of Boise
“Bend Grows UP, Part 2: Removing barriers and mobilizing a vision"
July 16, 2015 11:30-1pm: Dr. Arthur C. Nelson, Ph.D., FAICP
"Central Oregon Trends and Opportunities to 2040: Implications for housing, transportation & economic development"
May 19, 2016, 6:30 - 8pm: Katherine Schultz, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
"Bend Grows UP, Part 1: Understanding vertical development and its impact on our city"
Novemeber 1, 2016, 7-8:30: Tom Cody & Alex Joyce
“Bend Grows UP, Part 3: Developer Strategies"
DENSITY, DOLLARS & DEVELOPMENT
The Economics of Land Use in Bend
presented by the National Association of Realtors
Lecture by Joe Minicozzi of Urban3
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Trinity Episcopal Church | 6:30pm | FREE
How can public data inform a vibrant and strong Bend?
This presentation will illustrate how land use economics is an effective tool for getting the highest return on investment while growing smarter as a community. From capital improvement planning to placemaking, the presentation will challenge the way people think about the cost of development and the value of land.
Joe Minicozzi, AICP is the principal of Urban3, a private consulting firm whose work in pioneering geo-spatial representation of economic productivity has prompted a paradigm shift in understanding the economic potency of urbanism and the value of well designed cities. Joe is a sought after lecturer on city planning issues and his work has been featured in numerous journals and at international conferences.
April 10, 2017: Daniel Parolek
“Solving Bend's Missing Middle Housing Puzzle"