Bradley Calvert

Assistant Director of Community Development for the City of Glendale

Bradley Calvert, AICP is the Assistant Director of Community Development for the City of Glendale. He oversees the long and short range planning aspects of the city, in addition to historic preservation, urban design, and mobility. This work has included the overhaul of the Downtown Specific Plan, the Glendale streetcar feasibility study, and the West Glendale sustainable transportation and land use study. Prior to Glendale Bradley worked for the city of Bellevue, Washington where he oversaw the urban design plan for a freeway lid park, a 1.5 mile bicycle and pedestrian urban corridor, and new urban community plans as the Community Development Program Manager. Before moving west Bradley worked in architecture and the planning of rail facilities and transit-oriented developments with the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority.

Bradley’s work has received awards from the American Planning Association, United States Green Building Council, and the Georgia Transit Association. He is a certified planner with the American Planning Association, in addition to his National Charrette Institute Certification. Bradley’s education includes a Bachelor of architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and a Master of City and Regional Planning from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Speaking at Micro-Mobility: How Our Region Can Walk, Bike, and Scoot Its Way to a Cleaner Future