TOOLBOX Peer Networking on Industrial Lands

Webinar on June 24

From ports to fulfillment centers to manufacturers of all scales, the central Puget Sound’s industrial lands are host to a wide variety of uses and are a major asset for the region and economy.

With advancements in technology, changes in demographics, and impacts of climate change, proactive planning is essential to ensure that industrial lands can serve the needs of the region's residents and businesses into the future and that industrial sector jobs are equitable and accessible.

PSRC is in the midst of updating the Regional Industrial Lands Analysis to better understand how these new trends are taking shape and assess the region's ability to accommodate economic growth on industrial lands.

Please join us at our next Peer Networking event held remotely on June 24 to hear from local jurisdictions in the central Puget Sound region on how they’re planning for the changing landscape of industrial lands, followed by an opportunity to learn more about PSRC’s Regional Industrial Lands Analysis Update.

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PSRC hosts the TOOLBOX Peer Networking series on best practices and resources for local planning and implementation. Sessions are open to the public. Two AICP certification maintenance credits pending.