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2003 Licensure Update








The American Society of Landscape Architects set the goal of all 50 states and Washington D.C. having licensure laws in effect by 2010. As it stands, 38 states have practice acts, nine states have title acts, while three states and D.C. do not have any licensure laws.

Updates on States Without Licensure Laws

Vermont- The Vermont chapter submitted its application for licensure of the landscape architecture profession to the Office of Professional Regulation on July 1, 2003.

Colorado- Colorado landscape architects went before the state legislature in 2003; however, the attempt at licensure failed, but advocates are revamping their approach with plans to return to the legislature in 2004.

New Hampshire- Current plans indicate New Hampshire landscape architects will pursue licensure before the state board in 2004.

Sunset Schedule

According to the ASLA, 13 states have given dates for sunset review.

Alabama: October 1, 2007
Arkansas: June 30, 2005
Arizona: July 1, 2006
California: July 1, 2004

Connecticut: July 1, 2005
Illinois: January 1, 2010
Maryland: July 1, 2013
Mississippi: July 1, 2005

New Mexico: July 1, 2005
Oklahoma: July 1, 2004
Tennessee: June 30, 2005
Texas: 2014-15 cycle
Utah: July 1, 2008

States Requiring Continuing Education

Alabama
Arkansas
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Indiana

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Minnesota
Mississippi
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada

New Jersey
New Mexico
North Carolina
North Dakota
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
West Virginia
Wyoming



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