About Us Tennessee Chapter of the American Planning Association
The Tennessee Chapter of the American Planning Association (TAPA) is a professional organization of over 500 members representing city, county, and state planners and related professions across Tennessee. We provide professional development opportunities for our members to foster higher ethical standards in decision-making and accountability. This website contains numerous resources for our members including:
2021 Fall Conference Joint Tennessee/Georgia APA Fall Conference in Chattanooga
The 2021 Fall Conference will be an in-person event in Chattanooga from October 6th through the 8th. This conference will be jointly held between the Tennessee and Georgia Chapters of the American Planning Association and is expected to be the largest TAPA Conference in recent memory. Registration has opened and hotel information has been posted on the webpage below.
Request for Proposal RFP for Thompson's Station, Tennessee
The Town of Thompson’s Station is accepting RFPs for the All Aboard Comprehensive Planning Process. The process will include updates to the General Plan, Major Thoroughfare Plan, and Land Development Ordinance. More about the RFP and contact information can be found on the RFP document below.
Recorded TAPA Presentations Webpage More Webinars Available to Watch On-Demand
Over the Spring and Summer months, several new recorded sessions have been added to the TAPA website to watch on your schedule. The following four sessions have been added since the virtual Spring Retreat:
1. Town Planning & Design with Equitable Outcomes from the Knoxville Section
2. Comprehensive Planning for Healthy Eating and Active Living, the TAPA Summer Webinar
3. June 23rd, 2021 Planning Commissioner Training from the State of Franklin Section
4. PC 332: How it Works and What it Means