Nexus in the news

CBH News: Nexus Planning Services presents the results of Quincy Washington’s Community Engagement Survey  [October 19, 2023] 

Nexus Planning Services  recently had the opportunity to present the survey results for Quincy's Community Engagement for Parks Facilities Improvements project. “Quincy city officials commissioned a survey of residents in the proposed park district to find out what they thought about the city’s park system in general, as well as their opinion on the fieldhouse and swimming pool projects. Ryan Hughes of Nexus Planning Services presented preliminary results to the Quincy City Council on Tuesday.”  (Columbia Basin Herald, Oct. 19, 2023). Nexus is grateful to the City and our project partners Points Consulting and MT-LA.   Click here for the full article 

Nexus Planning Services providing mapping and analysis services for three Eastern Oregon communities.   [March 8, 2023] 

In partnership with the Moscow, ID based economics firm, Points Consulting, Nexus Planning Services is currently assisting Heppner, Lexington and Ione (Morrow County Oregon) in preparation of their “Goal 9” Economic Opportunities Analysis. Through GIS-based mapping – along with research and analysis – the project will provide buildable lands and economics assessments in preparation for future economic development and job growth. 

Nexus Planning Services to present at this year's Washington State American Planning Association (APA-WA)  [September 22, 2022] 

Nexus Planning Services was honored to present at the 2022 Washington State American Planning Association (APA) annual conference in Vancouver, WA from October 11-13. Nexus' principal planner, Ryan Hughes, shared exciting work around statewide guidance for the promotion of Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs)Click here for the conference session details 

KXLY News: Facing a housing shortage of 2,353 units, Nexus Planning offers suggestions for easing the housing emergency in Kootenai County [April 6, 2022] 

Nexus Planning Services' owner and principal planner, Ryan Hughes, was recently asked to weigh in on Kootenai County's home sharing program. Says Hughes "We all recognize that innovative solutions are needed to substantively address the housing deficit in our region."   Click here for Ryan's interview with KXLY