Skip to main content

Browse by keyword

farmland preservation »

« Previous | 11–20 of 22 | Next »
MPC ramps up regional planning work plan in 2008
  • Mar 13, 2008
As the Campaign for Sensible Growth wrapped up at the end of 2007, it handed off its projects and priorities to MPC and other steering committee members.
Chicago Matters 2008 series, Growing Forward, explores sustainability
Over the next 10 months, this award-winning multimedia public affairs series will present the issues, challenges and opportunities of creating a sustainable Chicago region.
Congestion Pricing 101
An introduction to congestion pricing.
Special Series, Part 7: Make or Break – Year One of the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning
Part seven of an ongoing series on the development of the CMAP (formerly the Regional Planning Board)
June Media Tips
  • Jun 16, 2006
Conflict, Intrigue, Emotion: Experience the Power of Planning at Two June Events Trust us: planning is a much more exciting field than most people realize. Don’t take our word for it: come hear one of your peers make the case. Veteran journalist Anthony Flint, who covered planning,…
State Sen. Susan Garrett to Launch First-Ever Illinois Water Supply Initiative at June 5 News Conference
  • Jun 1, 2006
Landmark program will address projected water shortages and quality issues in northeastern Illinois through a comprehensive, newly funded plan
Special Series, Part 6: Make or Break – Year One of the Regional Planning Board
The sixth in the series: Get to know the Regional Planning Board
County Officials, State Leaders, Planners Focus on “Fueling the Future” at Third Annual Partners in Planning Conference
  • Oct 24, 2005
(PEORIA)…..From Chicago’s “exurbs” to the rural towns and farm communities paving the road to Springfield, from the suburbs of Peoria to East St. Louis, county board members, elected officials and regional planners are working at every level to address the issues that will define…
General Assembly Passes Stormwater Management Legislation: MPC Urges Governor to Sign
  • Jun 22, 2005
MPC and its partners break-through 13 years of logjam to allow counties and municipalities to plan together to protect water quality and prevent flooding
New Guidebook Lauds Local Projects for Sustainability
  • Mar 30, 2004

« Previous | 11–20 of 22 | Next »

Filter results

  • Show all (22)
Metropolitan Planning Council 140 S. Dearborn St.
Suite 1400
Chicago, Ill. 60603
P 312 922 5616 F 312 922 5619
Helping create competitive, equitable, and sustainable communities

For 80 years, the Metropolitan Planning Council (MPC) has made the Chicago region a better place to live and work by partnering with businesses, communities and governments to address the area’s toughest planning and development challenges. MPC works to solve today's urgent problems while consistently thinking ahead to prepare the region for the needs of tomorrow. Read more about our work »

Donate »