Join us to celebrate the launch of the Small City Pilot partnership between the City of La Pine and the University of Oregon Sustainable City Year Program. Get to know each other, learn about the projects we'll work on together, and celebrate the start of a great collaboration!

The 2017-2018 year is off to a great start for SCYP, Urbanism Next, and EPIC-N. Read up on all the conferences, student work, and more in SCI's Fall 2017 Newsletter.

On November 18th and 19th, EPIC-N trainers will be traveling to Cape Town, South Africa to lead a training workshop for up to 20 pairs of universities and communities from countries throughout sub-Saharan Africa.  This work is an effort to adopt and adapt the EPIC Framework to an expanded set of institutional and community contexts around the U.S.

La Pine, Oregon’s newest city, is open for business. This short video introduces the welcoming community and its many amenities – from livability and outdoor recreation to shovel ready land for development. Come see the benefits of living and growing your business in La Pine, we think you’ll be surprised and impressed.

The 2017-2018 Sustainable City Year Program is officially under way! Students, faculty, TriMet and Southwest Corridor (SWC) staff, community members, elected officials, and state policy advisors gathered Wednesday, September 27 to kick off the partnership.