Planning for Public Health: Taking Action through Policy & Design
June 28, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
The California Endowment, Redwood Room, 1000 Alameda St., Los Angeles 90012
Come join the conversation at APA Los Angeles’s first Plan4Health event Planning for Public Health: Taking Action through Policy & Design on Friday, June 28 from 9am-2pm at the California Endowment. Hear public health and urban planning professionals panelists discuss the challenges as well as solutions pertaining to high heat impact mitigation and life with freeways with an opportunity for Q&A. A light lunch will be provided.
Seating is limited, and ADA accommodations will be provided.
Panel 1 – Mitigating High Heat Impacts:
Bonnie Hulkower, US Department of Housing and Urban Development (Moderator)
Alison Frazzini, LA County Chief Sustainability Office
Greg Spotts, City of Los Angeles Bureau of Street Services
Edith de Guzman, TreePeople
Kelly Turner, UCLA Luskin
Panel 2 – Living With Freeways:
Lauren Grabowski, LA Metro (Moderator)
Ed Avol, USC Keck School
Sylvia Betancourt, Long Beach Alliance for Children with Asthma
Chanda Singh, LA County Department of Public Health
Claire Bowin, City of Los Angeles
Free parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please be advised that due to neighboring construction between July 2018 and December of 2019, guests may expect delays into the parking lot on Bauchet Street. We recommend public transportation or car pooling as well as budgeting extra time for parking and departure.
APA Members: $20, Non-Member: $35, Students/Veterans: $10
CM Credits: 2.5