"The New Partners for Smart Growth Conference is one of the most comprehensive resources available for learning about Smart Growth principles and practices. The diversity of both the presentations and the audience guarantees that attendees will not leave without expanding their viewpoints and understanding of this critical discipline. As a sponsor of the 4th Annual Conference, HDR welcomes the New Partners to Florida, home of some of the oldest and most original examples of New Urbanism, sustainable design and Smart Growth."
    —James A. Moore, PhD, AIA, Vice President, Community Design Principal, HDR

"As a viable public service entity, our participation in the New Partners for Smart Growth conference is paramount. Since mass transit plays an integral role in the development of urban areas, we are looking forward to contributing and gathering as much information as possible. This event serves as the catalyst for establishing valuable partnerships, collecting ideas and resources, in an effort to build and strengthen our communities. We are extremely proud to be a part of this worthwhile event."
    —Roosevelt Bradley, Director, Miami-Dade Transit

Confirmed sponsors and co-sponsors as of December 7, 2004

This exciting event is being brought to you through the generous support of the many conference sponsors who are committed to this effort and to the collaborative smart-growth theme on which it is based. These agencies, organizations, and companies provide the necessary monetary and in-kind support, and their active role in the planning process and program development help shape this dynamic multidisciplinary event. The commitment and willingness of these diverse groups and their different constituencies to work together in support of this project show what can be accomplished through innovation and collaboration.

To understand the levels of sponsorship, view or print this Sponsorships and Contributions and Benefits Chart. For information on how to become a conference sponsor, e-mail Michele Kelso at mkwarren@lgc.org.

Conference Sponsors
  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  Smart Growth Network

  U.S. EPA
Major Funders
  American Society of Landscape Architects

  The Bank of America


  The Fannie Mae Foundation

Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration are co-funders


  HDR Inc.

  International Council of Shopping Centers

  Miami-Dade Transit

  National Association of REALTORS®

  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

  Parsons Brinckerhoff

  Urban Land Institute

U.S. Department of Defense
  American Association of Retired Persons

  The Enterprise Foundation

  American Institute of Architects

  American Planning Association

  City of Miami, Department of Economic Development

Deauville Beach Resort Hotel

  Florida Department of Transportation

  Harris Miller Miller & Hanson, Inc.

  Ontario Growth Secretariat

Thunderhead Alliance   Thunderhead Alliance

The Trust for Public Land  The Trust for Public Land


  USDA Forest Service Urban and Community Forestry Assistance Program

 Center for Urban & Environmental Solutions, Florida Atlantic University

Division of Environmental Health, Florida Department of Health 

Knight Program in Community Building, University of Miami School of Architecture

     Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council
1000 Friends of Florida
Academy of Board Certified Environmental Professionals
Active Living Leadership
Alabama League of Municipalities
America Walks
American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
American Farmland Trust
American Heart Association
American Institute of Architects, Florida
American Lung Association
American Lung Association of California
American Lung Association of Florida
American Lung Association of Florida, South Area and the Florida Thoracic Society
American Planning Association, Florida
American Public Health Association
American Public Transportation Association
American Public Works Association
Association for Commuter Transportation
Association of Bay Area Governments
Association of County Commissioners of Alabama
Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations
Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
Bay Area Air Quality Management District
Boston Society of Architects
California Air Pollution Control Officers Association
California Association of Councils of Governments
California Center for Civic Participation and Youth Development
California Center for Land Recycling
California Chapter of the American Planning Association
California Public Health Association--North
California State Association of Counties
CCS Partnership
Center for Civic Partnerships/CA Healthy Cities and Communities
Center for Clean Air Policy
Center for Neighborhood Technologies
Center for Urban and Environmental Solutions, Florida Atlantic University
Center for Urban and Regional Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Children's Environmental Health Network
CNU Florida
Collins Center for Public Policy, Inc.
Colorado Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects
Congress for the New Urbanism
Connecticut Conference of Municipalities
Conservation Fund
Eco-Home Network
Endangered Habitats League
Environmental Defense
Environmental Law Institute
Florida Association of Counties
Florida Center for Community Design and Research
Florida Environmental Health Association
Florida Housing Coalition
Florida League of Cities, Inc.
Florida Main Street
Florida Public Health Association
Florida Public Interest Research Group
Florida Public Officials Design Institute at Abacoa
Florida Redevelopment Association
Fulbright Academy of Science and Technology
Funders' Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities
Georgia Municipal Association
Georgia Public Health Association, Inc.
Great Valley Center
Greenbelt Alliance
Growth Management Leadership Alliance
Hawaii's Thousand Friends
Human Services Coalition of Dade County
Idaho Association of Counties
Indiana Association of Cities and Towns
International City/County Management Association
International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives
International CPTED Association
International Downtown Association
Kentucky League of Cities
League of American Bicyclists
League of California Cities
Local Initiatives Support Corporation
Maryland Department of Planning
Metropolitan Transportation Commission
National Association of Counties Center for Sustainable Communities
National Association of County and City Health Officials
National Association of Environmental Professionals
National Association of Home Builders
National Association of Local Government Environmental Professionals
National Association of Regional Councils
National Center for Bicycling and Walking
National Charrette Institute
National Coalition for Promoting Physical Activity
National Congress for Community and Economic Development
National Council on Aging
National Crime Prevention Council
National Environmental Health Association
National Governors Association Center for Best Practices
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
National League of Cities
National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Natural Resources Defense Council
North Carolina League of Municipalities
Northeast-Midwest Institute
Partnership for Prevention
Prevention Institute
Project for Public Spaces, Inc.
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy
Scenic America
Sierra Club
Sierra Club--Florida Chapter
Smart Growth America
Smart Growth Leadership Institute
Society for Public Health Education Sustainable Long Island
Southern California Public Health Association
South Florida Community Development Coalition
South Florida LISC
South Florida Regional Planning Council
South Florida Regional Resource Center
Southern California Public Health Association
State and Territory Injury Prevention Directors Association
Surface Transportation Policy Project
Sustainable Communities Network
Trust for Public Land
University of Miami School of Architecture
Urban Affairs Association
Urban Environmental League
Virginia Association of Counties