Planners Network Membership Survey
Are you a past, present or *prospective* Planners Network member? We want to hear from you!

This survey is a way of learning more about our membership base, how members would like to be involved and can best be supported by the Network, and the priorities that should inform our advocacy, programming and organizing together for the year(s) ahead.

It should just take a few minutes to complete (unless you're feeling inspired and want to share more!) and we really appreciate your input. Plus -- stay tuned for an upcoming open-format online "coffee hour" for members where we can share and discuss the initial survey results and continue the conversation and brainstorming “in person” !
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What's your name?
Are you a current planners network member? *
Where are you based? (city, region, etc)
Are you apart of a local chapter?
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How do you identify? (check all categories that apply!)
__________________________ MEMBERSHIP _______________________________
How did you first hear about the Planners Network? (check all that apply)
Briefly describe why you became a PN member (or why you're interested in joining!) -- what aspects of membership are important to you?
What kinds of activities are YOU interested in being involved with as part of PN? (check all that apply!)
Are there specific ideas or projects that you'd like to propose or work on as part of PN? (we depend on our membership base for organizing events, conferences, advocacy, etc!)
What are your *desired* communication methods via PN (check all that apply! some are not current options):
Historically, PN has done the following types of work. Please rank their importance to what you see as the core role / mission of PN :
Not important
Neutral
Very important
Conferences where people present on critical urban issues in planning practice
Online events (webinars, etc)
Local events (when possible!)
A regular newsletter with updates on members’ work and opportunities
Publishing Progressive City, a journal of writing on critical urban issues in planning practice, with contributions from members
Writing position statements in response to major events
Maintaining social media (Facebook and Twitter) updates on critical planning issues
OTHER
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_______________ Other thoughts / questions / concerns / ideas? _______________
CONTINUING THE CONVERSATION: ORGANIZATIONAL PRIORITIES ______________________________________________________________________
Amid a global pandemic, climate change, increasing inequalities and also inspiring movements for equality, including the movement for Black lives and other global uprisings, this is a pivotal moment in determining the direction of our collective future. To meet this moment, will take all of us. PN wants to continue to hear from YOU about how this network can respond, grow and continue a progressive legacy moving forward.

We'll also be organizing an online event to hear more from members and create space for discussion and brainstorming -- so stay tuned!
_______________________ OPEN REFLECTION RESPONSE ______________________ Strategically, given our volunteer nature and loose affiliations, what are the most pressing priorities for us and how should we best undertake this work together?
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The Planners Network is a loose collective of people interested in progressive and radical perspectives on urban planning practice and urban issues, broadly defined. It was started in the 1970s as a response to urban renewal, and since then has continued to put forward alternatives to mainstream planning practice. Our members are professionals, activists, academics, and students involved in physical, social, economic, and environmental planning in urban and rural areas. PN has chapters in various cities across the US and Canada and conferences biannually when possible. Learn more: http://www.plannersnetwork.org/
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