PlaceMakers Webinars

Walkability in Winter Cities

Featuring Hazel Borys

$15 > Now available on-demand as a recorded session

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Walkability mitigates the most extreme climates by providing interesting places to linger, connect, and warm up. However, the biggest hurdle is getting to a compact, connected, convivial urban form. And our zoning often stand in the way, requiring suburban development patterns that disburse the city into too far-flung of a pattern to make for happy places. This webinar explores how to find our way back, and what the benefits are to people, planet and profit for making the effort.

Hazel Borys, Managing Principal of PlaceMakers, is an electrical engineer with an MBA. She is the organizer of the SmartCode Workshop and Placemaking @ Work, board member of the Transect Codes Council, coauthor of the Codes Study, and contributor to PlaceShakers. She guides governments through zoning reforms to allow walkable, mixed-use, compact, resilient places to develop by right. And helps developers build livable neighborhoods.