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2013

The New York City Department of City Planning received the American Planning Association’s 2013 National Planning Excellence Award for Environmental Planning for its Zone Green, an initiative to change zoning regulations to foster greener buildings. The Environmental Planning Award honors efforts to create greener communities that reduce the impact of development on the natural environment and improve environmental quality.

Read the press release here.

Watch the APA’s video for the award here.

Howard Slatkin accepts the APA’s 2013 National Planning Excellence Award


2012

The American Planning Association has announced that Vision 2020 won the 2012 Daniel Burnham Award for a Comprehensive Plan, the highest award bestowed upon a comprehensive plan that advances the science and art of planning. Richard Barth, Michael Marrella and Mary Kimball accepted the award on Monday, April 16, 2012 at the 2012 American Planning Association conference in Los Angeles.

Richard Barth, Michael Marrella and Mary Kimball accepted the Daniel Burnham award
Richard Barth, Michael Marrella and Mary Kimball accepted the Daniel Burnham award

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg today announced that New York City has won Singapore’s Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize in recognition of its leadership and achievement in sustainable policy, including the City’s landmark planning program PlaNYC. The international honor is presented biennially for outstanding contributions to sustainable urban policy that are practical and cost-effective, and serve as a model for cities across the globe.

The city’s submission, titled “NYC: Transforming for the 21st Century,” included Brooklyn Bridge Park, the High Line/West Chelsea plan, and the 17 plazas, including Times Square, and 255-plus miles of on-street bike lanes created since 2007.

Read the Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize press release.


2011

Vision 2020: NYC Comprehensive Waterfront Plan was one of the plans honored atthe Waterfront Center's annual conference. City Planning's Waterfront and Open Space Director Michael Marrella received the award on behalf of the Department. For more information about Vision 2020, visit the website. In 2009, City Planning’s Waterfront Text Amendment, which ensures the city’s waterfront spaces are accessible and inviting to the public, received an Excellence on the Waterfront award from the Waterfront Center.


City Planning’s Population Director Joseph Salvo and the entire population division were recognized by the New York Immigration Coalition for their tremendous work on the Census and for their remarkable contributions to the study of demography and immigration. The population division received the award, which was presented by City Planning’s Executive Director Richard Barth, at the New York Immigration Coalition’s seventh annual Builders of the New New York Awards at the Manhattan Center Grand Ballroom.


2010

The Department of City Planning (DCP) and the Department of Transportation (DOT) have received an EPA award for Overall Excellence in Smart Growth. The EPA award is recognizing the work of four agencies -- City Planning, the Department of Transportation, the Department of Design and Construction and the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene -- and their efforts to advance the sustainability goals that Mayor Michael Bloomberg has set out in PlaNYC. The two City Planning projects awarded by the EPA are FRESH, which expand access to healthy food options in communities with high rates of diet-related diseases, and bike parking, which requires secure and indoor bicycle parking in new residential and commercial developments.


On November 4, 2010, City Planning won two Excellence in Technology awards at the NYC Technology Awards ceremony. For working with DoITT on developing an application called A4, Address Assignment Application, DCP received the 2010 Excellence in Technology Award for Best IT Collaboration Among Agencies. The award was shared by DCP, DoITT and Borough Presidents. Rudy Lopez and Michele McInnes received the award on behalf of DCP. In addition, the NYC DataMine and NYC BigApps competition received the 2010 Excellence in Technology Award for Overall Excellence in Technology.

DCP -- along with the Parks Department, Department of Transportation, the Department of Sanitation and the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene – received special recognition for their work on this initiative. Michael Miller received the award on behalf of DCP.


2009
The Department of City Planning's Waterfront Text Amendment received a 2009 Excellence on the Waterfront award from the Waterfront Center. This initiative ensures that the city's waterfront spaces are accessible and inviting to the public, feature high quality design elements and promote the greening of the waterfront. Read more about the Waterfront Center award here.

2004 - 2008
The Department of City Planning (DCP) accepted the 2006 National Outstanding Planning Award for Special Community Initiative for the West Chelsea/High Line plan. The awards were presented in San Antonio as part of the American Planning Association's annual conference.

The Department of City Planning (DCP) has received an award from the New York City Art Commission for the Department's work on the transformation of the Fresh Kills landfill into a 2,200 acre public park. The Department leads this interagency initiative that includes the Department of Cultural Affairs, the Department of Parks and Recreation, and the Department of Sanitation.


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