Date(s) - Nov 16, 2015
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
A.K. Smiley Public Library
Moderated by Ronald O. Loveridge, Ph.D.
This year’s historical symposium will explore the subject of new urbanism and traditional walkable communities. We will take a look at how walkable communities gave way to auto-dependent development and how new urbanism has stimulated a reemergence of walkable streets and neighborhoods in our present-day cities. Please join our select panel of experts and historians as they guide us into the past and help us understand how traditional walkable communities are once again flourishing in the Inland Empire.
Mayor Pro-Tem, City of Jurupa Valley
Juliann Emmons Allison, Ph.D.
Associate Director, Center for Sustainable Suburban Development, UC Riverside
Larry E. Burgess, Ph.D.
Former Library Director, A.K. Smiley Public Library, City of Redlands
Mario Suarez, AICP, CNU-A
Senior Planner, City of Colton
Guided Walking Tour of Historic Downtown Redlands
The program includes a guided walking tour of Historic Downtown Redlands and Smiley Park. Considered one of the Inland Empire’s premier historic downtowns, the Redlands downtown area contains a large number of historic landmarks and buildings that house locally-owned shops and boutiques.
Pay the day of the event by cash or personal/company check.
AICP credits (3 hours) pending. For additional information about this program, please contact the Section’s Historian, Gustavo Gonzalez, AICP, at (510) 414-2820 or at email@example.com