Thursday, October 01, 2009

Webinar: Learn How Form-Based Codes Can Transform Cities and Towns

FBCI designed this 90-minute session to provide an introduction to form-based codes, touching on why FBCs can be superior to traditional zoning and how they are developed and used.
This will be a live webinar with the opportunity to ask questions of the talented presenters: Dan Parolek, Sam Poole and Bill Spikowski. Credits available through APA/AICP and AIA CES total 1.5 hours.

Topics covered:
· Why Use Form-Based Codes?
· The Rise of Conventional Zoning and Decline of Urbanism.
· How Form-Based Codes Differ from Conventional Zoning.
· Where Form-Based Codes are Typically Used.
· The Process for Preparing a Form-Based Code.
· Components of a Typical Form-Based Code.
· How Form-Based Codes Can Be Integrated with Conventional Zoning.
· Legal issues of Form-Based Codes
Price per weblink:
$100 for Private/Corporate
$75 for Public/Nonprofit
The cost is per hook-up, not per attendee.
To register, go to:
AIA/APA Credit
If multiple attendees need AIA or APA continuing education credits, the registrant must submit attendee names, job titles, organizations, email addresses, and AIA membership numbers (if applicable) to Carol Wyant at:

The registrant will be able to access the replay of the webinar after the webinar for no additional cost.

Free Webinar Viewing
TransForm will be showing the webinar free of charge for the first 20 RSVPs only.
Time: 10:00am - 11:30am
Location: TransForm, 436 14th Street, Suite 600, Oakland
Contact: Savlan Hauser at
1.5 CES LU

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