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. The mission of our organization consists of three bullet points:
- Offer professional leadership and resources for the development of inclusive, livable communities across Tennessee by providing up-to-date training programs on current planning issues
- Provide professional development opportunities
- Advocate for a highly qualified and diverse network of professional planners
To accomplish this, our website contains numerous resources for our members including:
TAPA-TSITE 2022 Fall Conference 10/26-10/28 Fall Conference in Knoxville: Inclusive Infrastructure for Today and Tomorrow
TAPA is proud to announce that the 2022 Fall Conference will be a joint effort with the Tennessee Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers Chapter (TSITE). This year's theme will be Inclusive Infrastructure for Today and Tomorrow. More information is available on the conference webpage below.
Thompson's Station RFP Thompson's Station Seeking Consultants for Parks Master Plan
Thompson's Station has an RFP to create a Parks Master Plan for the Town. Click the link below to download the RFP to your computer.
Chattanooga-Hamilton County RPA Area Plans RFP RFP to Complete Six Area Plans for Chattanooga and Hamilton County
Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency is seeking a qualified firm to complete six large Area Plans for Chattanooga and Hamilton County. More information about this RFP is available at the link below, as well as the required documents.