Successful placemaking requires reimaging, transformation, and rebuilding to promote people's health, happiness, and well-being. Making good places requires input from the communities who intend to use the space. Placemaking is a continuous process and requires updating and improving with communities over time, and regular maintenance and upkeep of facilities and amenities.
This session brings together expert speakers addressing the spectrum of placemaking from the potential opportunities to possible side effects and unintended consequences. You will hear successes and lessons from awards winning case studies in the region. This event also includes a tour of the area.