Want to learn how cities and communities work and change over time? The CITY100 Series is a collection of practitioner-taught introductory courses in fields dedicated to shaping and building livable, sustainable and inclusive communities.
The series currently includes the following courses, with more in the works:
CITY101 Planning for Non-Planners | Feb 18, 25, Mar 4 (evenings)
CITY102 Housing Policy Fundamentals | Apr 8, 15, 22 (evenings)
CITY103 Transportation Planning and Mobility Fundamentals | May 4, 11, 18 (evenings)
CITY105 Regional Planning Fundamentals | Jun 1, 8, 15 (evenings)
CITY106 Community Data Fundamentals | May 6, 13, 20 (evenings)
Whether you’re starting your journey into these fields as an emerging or established professional, or as an engaged citizen, these classes are built with the beginner in mind.
Free info session
On February 9, join us for an online info session to learn more about the unique learning opportunity the CITY100 Series provides.
CITY100 Series Info Session
Tue, Feb 9 | 6 p.m. PST
You’ll have a chance to connect with our instructors:
Eric Aderneck, Urban Planning
Margaret Eberle, Housing Policy
Elicia Elliott, Transportation and Mobility
Christina DeMarco, Regional Planning
Craig Jones, Community Data
Sam Walker, Community Data