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    Jason King

    AICP, CNU-A

    Partner  | jason@able.city

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    Bio

     

    Jason King is a city planner who has directed multi- disciplinary teams around the U.S. and the world and has served as the project director and prime author on over 200 plans for regions, cities, towns, neighborhoods, corridors, and parks. He has worked in both the public and private sectors and has done his best to make equitable outcomes the primary goal of his work. He was a Principal at Dover, Kohl & Partners for over 18 years and the author of “The Climate Planner: Overcoming Pushback Against Local Mitigation and Adaptation Plans (2021)” and “The Equity Planner: Five Tools to Facilitate Economic Development with Just Outcomes (Routledge 2023)”.

     

    Key projects led or co-led by Jason which have been recognized by the American Planning Association or Congress fo the New Urbanism with awards include Seven50: Regional Plan for Prosperity in Southeast Florida (2010 – 2018); Plan El Paso, El Paso’s Comprehensive Plan (2012); Jean Lafitte Resilience Plan (2013); The Downtown Master Plan for Missoula, Montana (2020) and the new community of Wheeler District in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (2011 – ongoing). Many of Jason’s projects have been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and on National Public Radio. He speaks regularly at the Congress for the New Urbanism National Congresses and American Planning Association regional and national conferences.  

    Certifications

    • American Institute of Certified Planners
    • Certified Member (AICP)
    • Congress for the New Urbanism
    • Accredited Member (CNU-a)
    Education

    • Master of Community Planning (MCP) Bachelor of Arts in English (BA)
      University of Rhode Island, South Kingston, Rhode Island
    Selected Work 

    • Missoula Downtown Master Plan, Missoula, Montana, 2019-2020
    • Wheeler District, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 2014
    • SEVEN50, The Prosperity Plan for Southeast Florida, 2012-2016
    • El Paso Comprehensive Plan, El Paso, Texas, 2010-2012
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