VPA Library

 

The following resources are available for viewing or loan to current VPA Members:

  • Achieving Smart Growth in New Hampshire 2003 (Intro, Study, Community Meeting Materials, Chester 1 &2, Derry 1 & 2, Pembroke 1 & 2)
  • American Planning Association CD-ROM Trainings (email president@vermontplanners.org):
    1. Community-Based Brownfields Redevelopment 2008 (1.5 CM)
    2. Complete Streets 2007 (3 CPD)
    3. Context Sensitive Street Design 2003 (1 CM)
    4. Ethics in Planning 2008 (1.5 CM)
    5. Design Guidelines for Small Towns and Rural Communities 2006 (1.25 CM)
    6. Designing for Water Conservation 2009 (1.5 CM)
    7. Green Community Planning 2006 (3 CPD)
    8. Improving the Development Review Process 2006 (1.25 CM)
    9. Infrastructure, CIP, and Alternative Transportation 2009 (1.5 CM)
    10. LEED for Neighborhoods 2007 (1.5 CM)
    11. Maintaining Neighborhood Character 2007 (1.5 CPD)
    12. Mastering Density 2008 (1.5 CM)
    13. Renewable Local Energy 2008 (1.5 CM)
  • JAM Golf Decision Meeting 2009
    1. Attorneys Panel (Event #8521, 1.5 CM): Chapter 1, Chapter 2, & Chapter 3Chapter 4
    2. Planners and Natural Resource Professionals Panel (Event #8521, 1.5 CM): Chapter 5, Chapter 6, & Chapter 7
  • Planning Advisory Service Reports
  • Planning Advisory Service Memos 1994-2006
  • Town Planning: Putting the Pieces Together Lecture Series 2006-2007 DVDs
    1. How Planning Pays Off: Economics & Community Character with Ed McMahon (Parts  1, 2, 3, & 4)
    2. Cattails in the City: Better Stormwater Management with Bruce Ferguson (Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6)
    3. Homes Your Kids Can Afford with Steve Durkee (Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5)
    4. Finding Community and Commerce in New Town Centers with Robert Gibbs (Parts 1, 2, & 3)
  • Transforming & Preserving Vermont’s Cities & Towns Through Form-Based Planning 2010 (Parts 1, 2, 3, & 4)

CDs for loan may be checked out by emailing the president: president@vermontplanner.org

Printed Vermont specific reports can be found here and at the Colchester Burnham Memorial Library (list here of reports housed at library)and checked out through your local library (click here for instructions).