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2016 Florida ASLA Conference & Expo
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2016 Florida ASLA Conference & Expo

Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront Jacksonville, FL

8/4/2016 to 8/6/2016
When: August 4th - August 6th
Where: Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront
225 E Coastline Drive
Jacksonville, Florida  32202
United States
Contact: Laura Johnson

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CEC Sessions can be found by clicking on the SCHEDULE button above. 

The 2016 Florida ASLA State Conference will feature a “Build You Own CEC Schedule”. This means you will simply walk into any of the classes that you wish to attend and they will scan your name badge, which will contain all your information in the form of a digital QR Code. This will insure that you receive credit for the classes that you attend and should provide a smoother process overall. 


For hotel reservations, call (888) 421-1442 to reach the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront preferred central booking line for the conference. Prompt who is assisting you by notifying them that you are with the "American Society of Landscape Architects, Florida Chapter". Standard room rates are $149 per night. 


*NOTE* If you are a member of National ASLA, but not of the Florida chapter, please contact Annette Smith (850) 222-6000 or via email at to receive your member discount with registration.  

Full Registration

(deadline 6/30)
(deadline 7/18)
Member $300 $375 $450
Non-Member $400 $475 $550
Student $100 $100 $125
Emeritus (PLEASE CALL 850-222-6000 FOR REGISTRATION CODE) $100 $100 $100
One-day Registration

Member $225 $300 $350
Non-Member $300 $375 $450
Expo Hall Only Registration

Member/Non-Member $150 $150
Additional Registrations

Spouse Registration (Only available as Additional Attendee. No CEC)
Tour Pricing

 Tour #1A (Thurs) - NPS/RAM-Ribault House/Kingsley Plantation - WALKING TOUR
Tour #1B (Thurs) - NPS/RAM-Ribault House/Kingsley Plantation - BIKE TOUR 
Tour #1C (Thurs) - NPS/RAM-Ribault House/Kingsley Plantation - KAYAK TOUR $125
Tour #1D (Thurs) - NPS/RAM-Ribault House/Kingsley Plantation - SEGWAY TOUR

Tour #2 (Thurs) - Sketch Crawl Tour

Tour #3 (Thurs) - S-Line Urban Biodiversity Corridor and Hogans Creek Greenway Tour
Tour #4 (Fri) - A Legacy of Conservation and Urban Beautification: Ninah Cummer,
                       the Cummer Museum & Gardens, and Memorial Park
$40 $40
Tour #5 (Sat) - Jacksonville Beach Streetscape Tour


Included In Registrations

This registration includes all events for the conference.(Excludes Tours)
One Day
This registration includes all events on Thursday, August 4, 2016; Friday, August 5, 2016; or Saturday, August 6, 2016.(Excludes Tours)
Expo Hall Only
This registration only includes exhibit hall events and does not include outdoor receptions or educational programming.(Does not allow participation of any Tour)


Refund Policy:

Full refunds will be issued for cancellation requests received by June 13, 2016. Refunds, less a $50 administrative fee, will be issued for written requests before July 1, 2016. Due to financial obligations incurred by FLASLA, no refunds will be issued on cancellation requests after July 1, 2016. Cancellation requests must be submitted in writing via email. "No shows” are not refundable and are liable for the full registration fee. Your registration may be transferred to another colleague if you provide written authorization. Any and all requests must be sent to

Cancellation Policy:

All payments must be received 1 month prior to the event or the reservation is considered forfeit. Cancellations received more than two months in advance will receive a full refund. Cancellations less than 2 months prior to the conference will receive a credit to be applied to a future conference minus a 20% processing fee. "No Shows" to the event forfeit all payments. Cancellations must be in writing and may be sent to

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