Thank you to our 2014 conference sponsors for helping to make our event a success, particularly our Summit Sponsor, Otten Johnson Robinson Neff + Ragonetti, and our conference Partners, the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and the Metropolitan Greenspaces Alliance.
RMLUI’s Annual Land Use Conference is the place for land use and development professionals in the West to share knowledge and network. With more than 400 attendees annually, RMLUI’s conference helps define and influence the West’s land use and development future.
Save the date for our 2015 conference: Thursday, March 12 and Friday, March 13!
2015 Annual Land Use Conference Request for Proposals
The Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute at the University of Denver’s Sturm College of Law is announcing the Request for Proposals for the 2015 Annual Land Use Conference, Western Places/Western Spaces: Building Fair and Resilient Communities.
Western Places/Western Spaces: Building Fair & Resilient Communities
Across the West, communities large and small are grappling with change. Our largest cities are thriving, but gentrification is making urban living unaffordable for many. As suburban communities transition towards more compact development and public transit, they are starting to lose the small town appeal that attracted so many. Rural communities struggle to balance their wild and rustic roots in the face of a changing economy. Set against a backdrop of increased risks associated with long-term drought, violent storms, flooding, and wildfire, the West is embracing its latest challenges.
The 2015 RMLUI Conference will focus on the innovative ways cities and towns across the West are building more resilient, equitable, and vital communities. This year’s theme addresses how we can meet the many challenges of the future — including threats posed by climate change, a modern economy, and demographic shifts — while better addressing issues of social and environmental justice. We’ll also explore the cutting edge tools, business models, and technologies that are helping planners, developers, and communities move forward in a smarter way.
- August 1, 2014: proposals due
- September 15, 2014: applicants will be informed of the status of their proposals
- November 1, 2014: selected sessions must be finalized (content, speakers)
- March 12 & 13, 2015: RMLUI’s Annual Land Use Conference
Please contact us:
2014 Land Use Conference
Moving Beyond Recession
You can view and download materials from the 2014 conference sessions at the 2014 Session Materials link. The page includes conference highlights, the program, session handouts, and slide presentations. You can also watch videos from the conference through our accredited Home Study program.