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Incentivizing Low Impact Development in Connecticut Communities

Municipal Training WEBINAR

Thursday, June 4, 2020

Incentivizing Low Impact Development in Connecticut Communities

WEBINAR

9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW back to top

Low Impact Development (LID) refers to environmentally-friendly construction practices that maintain or replicate site hydrology (flow of water) as close to pre-development conditions as possible. LID promotes better water quality, a lower risk of flooding, and numerous benefits to wildlife and ecosystems. In this session, attendees will learn how to design an incentive program based on the needs and challenges of their specific town that will encourage LID.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES back to top

  • Define "low impact development"
  • Describe the benefits of LID for a municipality
  • Identify the different stages during a development process where an incentive could be placed
  • Identify the different types of incentives that can be applied to LID
  • Design their own incentive program using the steps outlined
  • Respond to potential criticisms of an LID incentive.

CCM PRESENTER back to top

Christine O'Neill
Student, Masters of Energy & Environmental Management
University of Connecticut

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND back to top

  • First Selectmen, Mayors, Town/City Managers
  • Finance Personnel
  • Public Works Personnel
  • Land Use/Planning & Zoning
  • Economic & Community Development
  • Building Department
  • Boards/Commissions/Committees

HOW TO REGISTER back to top

CLICK HERE to be redirected to GoToWebinar, where attendees can register. 

Questions?
Please contact CCM Training at ccmtraining@ccm-ct.org or call (203) 498-3037.

CCMO back to top

Due to current conditions, CCM is not holding in-person trainings for participants in the CCMO program to earn credit hours. However, CCM would still like to provide opportunities to work toward completion in the program. 

Participants have the opportunity to earn CCMO credit hours by watching and participating in this webinar:

  • Watching this webinar live is good for 1 credit hour of Community Development.
  • Completing the short quiz that will be sent to attendees following the webinar is good for 2 credit hours of Community Development. 

 

             

Fine Print back to top

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