Call for Session Proposals
Submissions will be accepted through Dec. 3, 2021
The 2022 New Jersey Planning and Redevelopment Conference brings together bold ideas, innovative solutions, proven concepts, and best practices for creating stronger, more inclusive, and equitable places where people live, work, and play. 

New Jersey Future and the New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association are proud to partner for the second year and present a three-day conference to be held virtually on March 2-3 and in-person at the Hyatt Regency New Brunswick on March 4. 

Join us by submitting a proposal after reviewing the guidelines below
Please note that the Conference Committee is not only committed to a diversity of topics and perspectives, but to a diversity of presenters as well. We believe the issues of systemic racism, segregation, and our legacy of inequality in land use and redevelopment must be tackled in a direct and proactive manner and we will be creating opportunities to do just that at this conference.  
About the Hosts
Founded in 1987, New Jersey Future is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that promotes sensible and equitable growth, redevelopment, and infrastructure investments to foster healthy, strong, resilient communities; protect natural lands and waterways; increase transportation choices beyond cars; provide access to safe, affordable, and aging-friendly neighborhoods; and fuel a strong economy for everyone. New Jersey Future does this through original research, innovative policy development, coalition-building, advocacy, and hands-on strategic assistance. Embracing differences and advancing fairness is central to New Jersey Future’s mission and operations. New Jersey Future is firmly committed to pursuing greater justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion through its programs, internal operations, and external communications.
The New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association is an independent, not-for-profit organization that provides leadership in the development of vital communities by advocating excellence in community planning, promoting citizen empowerment, and providing the tools and support necessary to meet the challenges of growth and change. Through its educational and advocacy initiatives, the Chapter advances the art and science of good planning — physical, economic and social — to create communities that offer better and more equitable choices for how people work and live.