Available Training

Available Training
As we prepare our schedule for training opportunities, we want to hear what you are interested in.  Do you want to attend a Planned Unit Development training session or would you rather learn what your role and duty is as a planning or zoning board member?  These are just some examples of training that can be conducted.  Please contact the Planning Department at either (585) 815-7901 or to let us know what training you think is necessary.

Complete Streets Workshop
Wednesday, August 28, 2019
6PM - 8:30PM
Genesee Community College
Room T121

GObike Buffalo, GCC and the Genesee County are hostng a “Complete Streets Workshop” to explore the development of bike and pedestrian friendly roadways around GCC and into the City of Batavia

The 2.5 hour workshop will include:
- Presentaton about benefits policies and toolkit to implement Complete Streets
- Walkability Audit or tour of the roadways around GCC leading into Batavia
- Discussion of local challenges and the opportunity to connect with the new Ellicot Trail.

Monroe County Fall 2019
Land Use
Decision-Making Training Program

Time: All workshops are from 4:30 to 9:00 PM
w/ check-in at 4:00 PM and dinner around 6:00 PM

Cost: Each session costs $40 per workshop and includes 4 hours of training and dinner.

Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at Monroe Community College’s (MCC) Brighton Campus we are hosting a training on Solar Development in Monroe County. This training will focus on the current state of solar development, best practices, and explore local examples.

Thursday, October 24, 2019 at Lodge 1, Braddock Bay Park, Greece, NY we are hosting Managing Regulatory Challenges for Resilient Management for the Great Lakes.  This training will focus on the CEHA Permit Program, Floodplain Management, Basic Land Use Tools for Resiliency, Model Local Laws to Increase Resiliency, Coastal Shoreline Protection Measures, Local Waterfront Revitalization Programs, and more.

Monday, October 28, 2019 at MCC’s Brighton Campus we are hosting Transportation Fundamentals. This training will focus on the policy, planning, and legal framework that impacts surface transportation in New York State. Case Studies and local examples will be used to explain both basic and advanced transportation issues and project development. 

For more information, descriptions of each training, and to register online or with the paper form, visit: 

Please contact Pat Gooch ( or
Kim Hudson ( with questions

Please refer to the Land Use Training Network Calendar for additional training opportunities.