Posted by Jolene Nieves on March 11, 2016 at 3:25 PM
Philadelphia, PA — Councilman Bobby Henon announced that he will provide two scholarships for 6th District residents to participate in the Philadelphia City Planning Commission’s Citizens Planning Institute (CPI), which teaches Philadelphia residents how to participate in the community development process by teaching them about the Zoning Code and related planning processes.
“CPI is an opportunity for residents to get involved and learn about the role smart planning and implementation plays in building our neighborhoods,” said Councilman Henon. “It is a great educational and community-building tool. I’m proud to offer scholarships to residents of the 6th District to take part and shape the future of the Northeast through city planning.”
The scholarships are valued at $100 and includes the core courses and two electives. The scholarships will be awarded to 6th District residents who have been accepted into the program. Classes are Wednesday evenings from 6-9 p.m. (dinner is included).
Applications to CPI are available online here and via paper copy. Applications are due by March 23, 2016. Applications can be submitted via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), fax (215-683-4630 or 215-683-4675) or by mail (Donna Carney, Director, CPI, Philadelphia Planning Commission, 1515 Arch Street, 13th Floor, Philadelphia, PA, 19102). Questions regarding the application process should be directed to CPI (CPI@phila.gov or 215-683-4648).
Interested residents of the 6th District who want to apply should contact Andrew Dick at Andrew@bobbyhenon.com or by calling 215-686-2078 after submitting their application to the Planning Commission.
For more information on the Citizens Planning Institute, visit www.citizensplanninginstitute.org.