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The Arizona Town Hall is a nonprofit organization that identifies critical issues facing Arizona, and hosts biannual Town Hall meetings to promote public consideration of these issues and build consensus, as well as supporting implementation of the resulting recommendations. Several School faculty have taken responsibility for preparing Town Hall Background Reports, documents distributed to Town Hall participants before each conference. Most recently, Professors Michael Kuby and Associate Professor Aaron Golub prepared the 106th Arizona Town Hall report on Transportation and Arizona.
Professor David Pijawka leads collaborations with the Navajo Nation. The work focuses on evaluating comprehensive planning needs, developing model plans and guidelines, and providing professional training at the chapter level so that the nation can successfully embark on comprehensive planning on its tribal lands. A December 2014 report systematically assessed land use planning in the Navajo Nation, and in summer 2015, the school hosted a training program to provide Navajo planners the latest approaches and techniques for developing regional plans.