One-fifth of Americans moved during the pandemic. This unprecedented change, buoyed by remote work, has had an outsized impact on destination towns that suddenly appealed to work-from-home city dwellers desperate for space and solitude.
If you will be at the National Planning Conference, join us! On Sunday, April 2nd at 2pm, Rhiannon Sinclair will moderate a panel together with Nur Asri, AICP with Resonance, Addi Jadin with the City of Bozeman, and Hilary Patterson with the City of Coeur d’Alene as they discuss the impacts of movement during the pandemic on affordability, access, and equity in small towns, and innovative approach to disrupt the trend.
Image: Rhiannon talking with community members in Greensboro, NC