• 2014-oct-active-transportation-1

    Active Living Places Initiative Taking Shape

    Active transportation – walking, biking, rollerblading (and other ways of moving by your own power) – make it easy for people to incorporate physical activity into their daily routines. Going to the gym is great for those who… Read More

  • Robert Grow

    How We Grow Matters – Community Events May 14-15

    The Capital Area Regional Planning Commission is pleased to host Robert Grow, President and CEO of Envision Utah, in Madison on May 14 and 15. Mr. Grow will share his experience forging agreement across the Salt Lake City… Read More

  • buyer to seller ratio

    Housing Demand Shift – Is it Here to Stay?

    The previous post discussed recent housing trends in the Madison Wisconsin area (Dane County) and how projected shifts towards more multi-family, and a smaller percentage of single-family homes, would look across the region. It closed with the question: is… Read More

Building Blocks

2014-oct-active-transportation-1

Active Living Places Initiative Taking Shape

Active transportation – walking, biking, rollerblading (and other ways of moving by your own power) – make it easy for people to incorporate physical activity into their daily routines. Going to the gym is great for those who… Read More

Learn More
Robert Grow

How We Grow Matters – Community Events May 14-15

The Capital Area Regional Planning Commission is pleased to host Robert Grow, President and CEO of Envision Utah, in Madison on May 14 and 15. Mr. Grow will share his experience forging agreement across the Salt Lake City… Read More

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CARPC, Partners Receive Major Healthy Communities Grant from American Planning Association

The American Planning Association (APA), in partnership with the American Public Health Association (APHA), have awarded the Capital Region Healthy Communities coalition a Plan4Health Grant. Grant funds will be used to increase physical activity through active transportation, and… Read More

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CRSC Profiled in National Green Infrastructure Report

The federal Sustainable Communities Initiative (SCI) funded projects across the country over the last five years. The Office of Economic Resilience, which administers the SCI program, recently shared some of the successes. A couple projects of Capital Region… Read More

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buyer to seller ratio

Housing Demand Shift – Is it Here to Stay?

The previous post discussed recent housing trends in the Madison Wisconsin area (Dane County) and how projected shifts towards more multi-family, and a smaller percentage of single-family homes, would look across the region. It closed with the question: is… Read More

Learn More