The California Planning Roundtable (CPR) advances planning practice and influences policy through innovation and leadership to create healthy, prosperous and equitable communities. CPR is a resource for policy exploration, innovation and development for California planning to enhance the sustainability, equity and livability of California communities. CPR focuses on emerging policy issues with cutting edge solutions.

In 2000, CPR was recognized by the American Planning Association with its Distinguished Service Award.  The California Planning Roundtable Healthy Communities work group strives to provide tools and resources to assist planners in informing Californians about why the places where we live, work, play and learn have an inherent effect on community and individual health.

To learn more about CPR, please visit: https://cproundtable.org/.