2019 Quad State Conference
The 2019 Quad State Conference is a gathering of professional planners and planning officials across the Midwest. The 2019 conference takes place October 9-12 at the Hyatt Regency-Tulsa. A group of more than 450 individuals, including professional planners, planning officials, lawyers, architects and developers, are expected to attend. The conference will host attendees from Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and the greater midwest region.
The APA Quad State Conference Poster Session is now open for submissions! It’s a great opportunity for showcasing ideas, projects, research, and more!
Unlike typical conference sessions, poster sessions are an informal platform for continued discussions, displays and networking within the context of the refined work students, organizations, professionals, educators, and businesses have been producing in the region.
The conference committee will form a group of jurors to review submissions and curate a selection of posters to create a diverse display of work relating to this year’s theme: gather + engage + connect.
Sponsoring the American Planning Association’s Quad-State Conference is a valuable way to show support for planning in the Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma region. Increase awareness of your organization and services by sponsoring! The conference offers a range of benefits designed to promote companies and organizations of all sizes.
Questions about Sponsorship?
Registration for the 2019 Quad State Conference will open on June 1st. Registration options and costs are provided in the table below.
|Early Bird - By July 31|
|Thursday + Gala||$159||$229||$79|
|After July 31|
|Thursday + Gala||$259||$279||$79|
|Extra Gala Ticket||$49|
The conference venue and hotel is the Hyatt Regency - Tulsa. The hotel conference rate is $93 + tax per night.
Reservations can made through September 18, 2019, but book early to ensure you get a room at the conference rate.
Reserve a room through the link below or by calling 1-888-591-1234 and asking for the APA Quad State Planning Conference Block or the G-QAPA group code.