Urban Sprawl Laws (RV-10257)

Start Date
10/01/2018
End Date
09/30/2020
Description
The social, environmental, and economic state of our communities, as well as the health of our population, is affected by our urban environment. Historically, the central objective of planning laws and land use regulations was to safeguard negative consequences associated with the built environment. Concern about rapidly developing urban regions has prompted state legislatures to pass planning laws to manage urban development. This interactive online course will focus on traditional growth management regulations and development restrictions employed in the local, regional, and state policy-making arenas. This course will also discuss a new approach heralded by California in Senate Bill 375 that focuses on regulating air quality standards through land development patterns. The types and functions of both traditional and new planning reform laws are the focus of this course.
Distance Learning
Yes
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Urban Planning & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
2.0
Learning Outcomes
At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:
•Describe potential health and environmental effects of unfettered growth in the built environment
•Identify the differences among various types of traditional growth management approaches
•Discuss traditional growth management approaches and and current growth planning conservation efforts
•Recognize the multi-dimensional impact of California’s Senate Bill 375
Instructors
Rumanda Young
Website Registration
Course Codes
RV-10257
Provider
RedVector.com, LLC


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