Scott Curry (AICP, CNUa) is an urban designer for the City of Charlotte who manages the city’s Pedestrian Program. He also serves on the board of directors for Sustain Charlotte, a nonprofit organization helping advance sustainability in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg region. Curry's work focuses on the development/redevelopment of walkable urban environments. He is a past recipient of the APA Urban Design & Preservation National Fellowship and the Edward Ginsberg Community Service & Social Justice Award. Curry previously worked for the Town Planning Studio at Lawrence Group, the Sustainability Program at the Centralina Council of Governments, and the Campus Planning & Design Studio at Smithgroup JJR. Curry lives in uptown Charlotte and commutes to work on foot or bike.
Scott holds graduate degrees in urban design and urban planning from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and a bachelor of urban planning and development from Ball State University in Muncie, Ind.
Design of walkable urban environments, sustainable urbanism, land use planning and development regulation, form-based coding, comprehensive and regional planning, small-area planning and design