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      November
    • GIS Day

      Address: 305 Research Drive, Athens, GA, USA – check Google Map »

      11/18/20 This is a recurring event

      GIS Day is an annual event to celebrate Geographic Information Systems technology (the science of analyzing data from a spatial perspective). Here at the NEGRC, we provide a variety of GIS services and support to our local governments, from zoning or historic district maps to data-driven housing and transportation studies to cloud-based story maps.

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    • March
    • Georgia Trust GREEN Workshop Venue: Webinar

      Address: 1516 Peachtree Road Northwest, Atlanta, GA, USA – check Google Map »

      03/11/21 @ 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM

      The Georgia Trust will host a new online workshop about making historic homes more energy efficient while maintaining the home’s integrity. The Georgia Trust GREEN program will include many improvements able to be done by the homeowners themselves. The workshop is part of the Georgia Trust GREEN program which is a three-step process to educate, guide, and certify energy conservation improvements for historic homes. The virtual workshop will be held Thursday, March 11, 2021 at 1:30 pm.  There is a registration fee of $15.00. For more information or to register visit: https://www.georgiatrust.org/our-programs/georgia-trust-green/

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    • April
    • FHWA Webinar: Value Capture Strategies and Municipal Bonds and Debt Venue: Webinar

      Address: 1200 New Jersey Avenue Southeast, Washington, DC, USA – check Google Map »

      04/14/21 @ 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

      Register Now!

      FHWA is hosting a series of Value Capture Strategies webinars beginning in March 10, 2021.   The webinar series will detail the Value Capture techniques promoted in the Federal Highway Administration’s Every Day Counts (EDC-5) initiative.  This year’s series focuses on the intersection of Innovative Finance and Innovative Project Delivery Tools.  These webinars will detail more Value Capture best practices collected from throughout the nation.  They will also highlight FHWA’s recently completed Value Capture Primer series of technical documents.

      Value Capture is a set of powerful techniques that recover a portion of land value created by public infrastructure investments, and can:

      • Address funding gaps;
      • leverage and optimize Federal and State resources;
      • accelerate project delivery;
      • meet and improve system performance goals;
      • maintain transportation infrastructure assets in good repair; and,
      • save time and money.

      The program features subject matter experts and peers who successfully utilized Value Capture in tandem with innovative finance and project delivery techniques to advance new and modernized infrastructure projects. Registration is free but is limited. Certificates of Completion and Confirmation of Attendance are available!  Register now

      TARGET AUDIENCE

      This webinar is intended for professionals from States, cities, counties, Tribes, and metropolitan and rural transportation agencies looking for innovative funding and financial strategies to pay for transportation projects.  This would include professionals involved with directing and managing aspects of highway-related programs and projects, such as planning, environment, project development, design, construction, operations, maintenance, and finance.

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