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IPA's Planning Services team offers expertise on everything from the development of comprehensive town plans for local municipalities to individualized evaluation and revision of city zoning and subdivision ordinances.
From community visioning to implementation, the Institute for Public Administration (IPA) works with local governments, state agencies, and local and regional organizations to plan for the future growth, development, and preservation of Delaware’s communities.
Focused on providing communities with practical and individualized approaches to issues of critical importance, IPA’s professional planning staff engages University of Delaware students in the delivery of a broad range of policy research, technical assistance, and public engagement services to help places plan for their future.
Development of comprehensive plans
Spatial analysis and mapping
Evaluation and revision of zoning and subdivision ordinances
Targeted area studies and plans
Training on comprehensive planning and land-use administration topics
For more information about Planning Services at the Institute for Public Administration, contact Sean O'Neill and William DeCoursey.
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