Planners' Advocacy Network
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Be a part of the engaged network of planning advocates shaping federal planning policy outcomes through APA. Membership in the Planners' Advocacy Network is free to APA members.
What's in It for You
- Shape APA's policy and advocacy work
- Receive regular policy updates coming out of Washington
- Access to exclusive tips, training, and advocacy tools
- Special registration rates for APA's annual Policy and Advocacy Conference
Click the button, then check "Yes, include me in the Planners' Advocacy Network."
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Watch exclusive network webinars, learn how to best craft your message with advocacy 101 classes, read the Planners' Advocacy Network E-newsletters, and more.
State Legislative Liaison Directory
APA's State Legislative Network is made up of legislative liaisons from each APA Chapter.
Making an impact through advocacy can be daunting. As APA members, you have special access to this suite of tools needed to make a lasting impression on Capitol Hill, and beyond.
Use this guide to send emails that convey a clear and timely message to elected officials.
Use this step-by-step guide to schedule a meeting with your elected officials in Washington or in the district office.
Use this check list to plan a site visit or tour for your elected officials.
Use this template to request an in-person meeting with your elected official.
Use this template to write your own personalized thank yous to your elected officials.
Planning a State Hill Day
Use this checklist and timeline to determine how to setup a successful day on the Hill.
Get ideas for advocacy by watching these webinars.
We're Here For You
APA's policy staff is always available to help chapters, divisions, and members with legislative advocacy. Whether you need help with outreach to elected officials, coalition building, or resources developed for an upcoming conference, APA's policy staff can help.
Have questions? Contact Trevor Grady at email@example.com.