By Payton Bruni

Eugene, Oregon – When University of Oregon professors Marc Schlossberg and Dyana Mason chose the projects their students would work on with the city of La Pine, they wanted to prioritize not their own interests or the students’ interests, but the community’s. “Everything we do is to add value to the community; that is our starting point,” said Schlossberg. “If anything we do is totally counter to a community’s desire, well, that’s a waste of everyone’s time.”

Conceptual site designs by SCYP students may lead to a passive solar heating system for La Pine's transit center. Read more of this article, published by SOJC student Emily Poole, on page 22 of the Newberry Eagle's August edition.

Come celebrate the 2017-18 SCYP TriMet partnership! The event will be hosted by TriMet at the Tigard Public Library on May 30. See below for additional details, and be sure to RSVP. We look forward to seeing you!

City Manager Cory Misley shares how the Small City Pilot became a reality in La Pine in the latest edition of the Oregon City/County Management Association newsletter.

The city of the future will feature less parking and more autonomous vehicles. Deliveries will arrive by drone and robot. Car-sharing and bike-sharing will become ubiquitous and more convenient than the private automobile. Read more