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Virtual Events

Conversations and convenings for the digital age

Placemaking on the web? In spring 2020, COVID-19 inspired the MPC team to move our well-known events online. What we lost in face-to-face intimacy, we’ve gained in our ability to gather great minds from across the world, free from geographic limitations. 

Our virtual events deliver conversations vital to our time, from the economic cost of suburban sprawl, to the value of anti-racism work among development professionals, to the potential of stormwater credit trading as a tool to reduce urban flooding. 

Join us! Online we’re building a wider community, together.



Upcoming Virtual Events events

Oct 13, 2022 Thursday
Where the Sidewalk Ends: The Future of ADA Transition Planning in the Region
Noon to 1 p.m. CT

Online via Zoom.

Hosted by: Active Transportation Alliance, Metropolitan Mayors Caucus, Metropolitan Planning Council
Oct 26, 2022 Wednesday
Global Voices, Local Action: International Cities Connect on Transportation & Infrastructure for We Will Chicago
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. CT

Online via Zoom.

Hosted by: City of Chicago Department of Planning and Development, Metropolitan Planning Council, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs

View previous Virtual Events events »

This page can be found online at http://www.metroplanning.org/events/virtual.html

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Suite 1400
Chicago, Ill. 60603
312 922 5616 info@metroplanning.org

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