Jeff Levine, AICP
Based in Portland, ME and Cambridge, MA
1995 Masters of Planning (Economic Development)
Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs
University of Minnesota
1991 Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy
MIT Center for Real Estate Continuing Education Courses
Department of Urban Studies & Planning
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Director of Planning & Urban Development
City of Portland, ME
Director of Planning & Community Development
Town of Brookline, MA
Office of Housing & Community Development
City of Somerville, MA
University of Southern Maine
University of Massachusetts- Amherst
American Institute of Certified Planners
Greater Portland Transit District Board
Somerville Redevelopment Authority
Land Use Planning
Training modules in “Leadership in Planning,” “Internal Management,” and “External Management” for Planetizen Courses, Los Angeles, CA, 2017.
”Promoting 21st Century Manufacturing,” presented at the 2017 EPA Brownfields Training Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.
“Urban Development, Parking and Mobility: The Portland Story,” presented at the 2017 National Planning Conference, New York, NY.
Faculty, Planning Leadership Institute, American Planning Association, Seattle, WA and Phoenix, AZ, 2015-2016.
“Brookline as a Streetcar Suburb,” mobile workshop as part of the 2011 National Planning Conference, Boston, MA.
“Where is Research Informing Sustainability Planning?” presented at the 2011 National Planning Conference, Boston, MA.
“Planning Directors in the Hot Seat!” presented at the 2011 National Planning Conference, Boston, MA.
“Brookline–The Quintessential Streetcar Suburb,” mobile workshop with Michael Dukakis as part of the 2009 RailVolution! Conference, Boston, MA.
“Encouraging Affordable Housing that Fits,” presented at the 2008 Southern New England Planning Conference, Providence, RI.
Transportation and Public Participation Chapters in Preserving and Enhancing Communities, Elisabeth Hamin, Priscilla Geigis and Linda Silka (eds.), 2007.
Planning without a Comprehensive Plan, Planning Commissioners Journal, Fall 2002.
"Community Preservation" is Not Taking Hold in Poorer Communities, New England Planning, January 2002.