Published on May 18, 2020
The National Charrette Institute and the Form-Based Codes Institute partner to deliver webinars on the topics of tools and techniques and equitable inclusion for virtual community engagement.
Published on May 15, 2020
A Collaborative Master Plan Process employs multiple online platforms, hears from a wide cross-section of residents, and never misses a beat.
Published on May 7, 2020
On April 28, NCI and FBCI partnered on a webinar focused on Charrettes Go Virtual: Missoula, Montana Hosts an Online Charrette to Advance a Community Vision. It's part of a new webinar series on virtual engagement.
Published on April 14, 2020
COVID-19 impacts inspire a virtual master planning charrette process, to be highlighted by an upcoming webinar series.
Published on March 4, 2020
MDRN partners with NCI and MSU Extension to use the charrette process to co-create an education and outreach plan.
Published on November 18, 2019
The MSU National Charrette Institute is set to debut their new training curriculum in 2020, which will combine the Core and Advanced courses into one, plus add new content.
Published on October 15, 2019
The MSU National Charrette Institute and the Form-Based Codes Institute are partnering to deliver a joint webinar in November that will explore how NCI Charrettes can be used to develop a community vision and form-based code.
Published on October 8, 2019
If you are looking for a way to stay current during this time period, then NCI has an answer. We are offering a year-end special for our online-based NCI Charrette System certificate training.
Published on September 24, 2019
The City of Fort St. John in British Columbia, Canada, like many communities, has struggled with downtown revitalization. In 2015, the City Council adopted the Fort St. John Downtown Action Plan, an ambitious plan to revitalize it’s downtown.
Published on September 18, 2019
Smith, associate managing director and a senior mediator at the Consensus Building Institute will present on “Building Consensus through Collaboration in Difficult Settings and Diverse Communities.”