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May 29, 2018

Spring Livable City Year final presentations

From May 29 to June 8, several Livable City Year student project teams will be presenting on their work as UW’s Spring quarter concludes. See the flier below for details on these presentations and the projects, or click on the images for a PDF version.


May 11, 2018

Livable City Year celebration on May 30

Livable City Year/City of Tacoma partnership year-end celebration Wednesday, May 30, 2018, 3–5 p.m. Greater Tacoma Convention Center 1500 Commerce St., Tacoma Help us celebrate the year-long Livable City Year partnership between the University of Washington and the City of Tacoma. With special guests: Victoria Woodards, City of Tacoma Mayor Sally Clark, UW Director of…


March 19, 2018

City of Bellevue selected as 2018-2019 UW Livable City Year partner

Bellevue City Center

The University of Washington Livable City Year program has selected the City of Bellevue to be the community partner for the 2018-2019 academic year. The year-long partnership connects city staff with students and faculty who will collaborate on projects to advance the Bellevue City Council Vision Priorities, specifically around livability and sustainability. “The city is excited…


November 16, 2017

Livable City Year RFP Informational Webinar

The UW Livable City Year program hosted a live webinar on the 2018-2019 community partner Request for Proposal process on Dec. 12, 2017. Representatives of UW LCY presented, giving an overview of the program and the proposal process, followed by questions and discussion. A video of the webinar as well as the presentation slides can be found…


November 14, 2017

2018-2019 Municipal Partner Request for Proposal

The University of Washington’s Livable City Year initiative is now accepting proposals from cities, counties, tribes, special districts and regional partnerships to be the municipal partner host for the 2018-2019 academic year. UW Livable City Year (UW LCY) connects University of Washington faculty and students with a municipal partner for a full academic year to…


LCY is hiring a graphic designer

JOB OPPORTUNITY Position: UW Livable City Year Graphic Designer Application Deadline: Position open until filled. Full consideration will be given to applications received on or before December 1, 2017. Start date: December 11, 2017 Compensation: $20/hr for graduate students, $16/hr for undergraduate students The UW Livable City Year (LCY) Graphic Designer is responsible for the…


November 13, 2017

LCY is hiring a report editor

JOB OPPORTUNITY Position: UW Livable City Year Report Editor Application Deadline: Position open until filled. Full consideration will be given to applications received on or before November 22, 2017. Start date: December 1, 2017 Compensation: $20/hr for graduate students, $16/hr for undergraduate students The UW Livable City Year (LCY) report editor is responsible for overseeing…


October 2, 2017

University of Washington and City of Tacoma’s Livable City Year partnership kicks off

University of Washington students and faculty are working with Tacoma community members and City of Tacoma staff this academic year on projects to improve livability and sustainability across Tacoma. The projects are part of the Livable City Year program, which creates year-long partnerships between the UW and local governments and communities. The program links the…


September 28, 2017

2017 Livable City Year kickoff on October 5

Livable City Year Kickoff October 5th 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. UW Tacoma Paper & Stationery Building 1735 Jefferson Ave, Tacoma Help us launch the yearlong Livable City Year partnership between the University of Washington and the City of Tacoma. Livable City Year is a cross-university collaboration connecting local governments with University of Washington classes…


July 31, 2017

University of Washington’s Livable City Year program completes inaugural partnership with Auburn

University of Washington students have been working with city of Auburn staff and community members throughout the past year on a wide range of projects tackling challenges around livability and sustainability in the city. These projects were part of the UW Livable City Year program, which connects one Washington community with UW faculty each year….



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