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 450 attendees annually, RMLUI’s conference helps define and influence the West’s land use and development future.

Examining the Past, Exploring the Future
March 10 & 11, 2016

This year’s Western Places/Western Spaces conference addressed the transformative land use legal and policy developments in the Rocky Mountain West that have influenced the shape of our communities today. We also explored the trends and innovations—like demographic shifts, climate change, and economic forces—that are likely to affect the future of the West.

Use the links to the left to learn more about the 25th anniversary event, including program information, costs, and tips for planning your trip. You can also find information about past conferences.

Program Highlights
RMLUI was very excited to have Peter Calthorpe as our keynote speaker. Mr. Calthorpe is a founding member of the Congress for New Urbanism and a pioneer in urban planning.

On Wednesday, March 9, RMLUI hosted the Linking Land Use & Water: Tools to Grow Water-Smart workshop.

Thursday’s plenary lunch featured Justice Gregory Hobbs, speaking about water issues in the West. On Friday, Warm Cookies of the Revolution stirred things up with an interactive talk about civic health.

The conference also provided AICP, CLE, and CRE credits. Contact Lisa Loranger for more information.

Visit the Program page to download the program and learn more about these events.

Sponsors
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.

Please contact Susan Daggett for sponsorship opportunities.

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 Loranger at rmlui@law.du.edu or 303-871-6319 for further information.