Putting the People in Planning is a "how to" manual about public participation in land-use planning. It tells how to run a successful program for citizen involvement. The manual focuses on citizen involvement programs for communities in the state of Oregon, although, the techniques described in this manual can be applied to any citizen involvement program.

This manual has two main purposes:

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: What is Citizen Involvement?
Chapter 2: Goal 1 and Its Six Components
Chapter 3: The Framework for Citizen Involvement
Chapter 4: Key Statutes and Rules
Chapter 5: Common Issues and Problems
Chapter 6: Ways To Put The People In Planning

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