Thank you to our 2014 conference sponsors for helping to make our event a success.

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.

Moving Beyond Recession: What’s Next?

Thursday and Friday, March 13 & 14, 2014
University of Denver campus

As the nation emerges from the Great Recession, the West is poised to lead the way in economic and population growth. Both Colorado and Arizona expect to add a million people each decade until 2050, with other Western states growing at similar rates, if not in equal numbers. Although newcomers will tend to congregate in the region’s metropolitan areas—where the populations will also be older and more diverse—smaller, high-amenity communities will also experience significant growth. This growth will create demand for new housing, transportation and transit options, educational and economic opportunities, as well as water, energy, and other natural resources. These demands will, in turn, increase pressure on our governmental and policy institutions to help support this growth in a way that protects the quality of life that attracts people to the region in the first place.

Ken Salazar

RMLUI is thrilled to announce that former Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar will deliver the Keynote Address for the 2014 RMLUI Conference on March 13, 2014. Secretary Salazar will kick off the Annual Land Use Conference, addressing what’s next with respect to some of the most important land use and natural resource issues we face as the Rocky Mountain region emerges from the Great Recession

Our conference is not possible without the generous support of our sponsors. Their financial contributions help fund our programs and conference activities. Our Aspen Sponsors also provide in-kind support by helping to promote the conference.

If you would like to become a sponsor for the 2014 conference, please review our sponsorship platforms or contact Susan Daggett.

This page provides access to the conference program, highlights of the event, information on continuing education credits, and more.

Rates & Policies
View the current registration and event costs to plan your trip. Good news! This year we’re including the cost of all your meals in the registration price!

Planning Your Trip
Visit this page for information on hotel accommodations, travel to and from the airport, and more.

Past Conferences
View past conference programs and speakers, download handouts and presentations.

Please contact us:
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Phone: 303-871-6319

RMLUI’s Home Study
RMLUI’s Home Study sessions provide an ideal option to maintain your professional credentials. Each block of videos presents a selection of panels from RMLUI’s Annual Land Use Conference and is accredited for CLE and AICP continuing education credits.

For more information about the sessions and registration information, please visit the Home Study web page.

The University of Denver Sturm College of Law is committed to providing facilities that are accessible to persons with and without disabilities. We encourage persons who use wheelchairs to contact Lisa Bingham at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or 303-871-6319 for further information.