Partnership

Partnership

Our work cannot be accomplished without partners. Urban Ecology works with: nonprofit advocacy groups, service providers, and developers foundations planning firms public entities, such as transportation agencies, city and county governments, and recreation...
Vision for the Future

Vision for the Future

What can the future look like? Urban Ecology is working for change now, but we have a strong vision for the future. That vision is to create neighborhoods, cities, and regions that are sustainable, diverse, democratic, socially just, and well balanced. What is...
What We Do

What We Do

How does Urban Ecology help to build healthier, more vibrant neighborhoods? Community outreach and visioning Listening is the first step in building vibrant neighborhoods. We learn what community members like and don’t like about their neighborhoods, and what...
Mission

Mission

Mission statement Vibrant neighborhoods are the building blocks of healthy cities and thriving regions. Urban Ecology uses urban design, land use planning, and policy reform to help communities plan and build neighborhoods that are ecologically healthy, socially just,...

Our Supporters

Foundations & Organizations The Anne E. Casey Foundation – www.aecf.org The California Endowment – Healthy Living Active Communities Initiative – www.calendow.org The East Bay Community Foundation – www.eastbaycf.org Fantasy Footballers...
Careers

Careers

Jobs at Urban Ecology Urban Ecology does not currently have any available positions. Jobs in the community Many of our community partners and supporters list job openings in the following places: American Institute of Architects – East Bay Chapter – Job...

Board of Directors

Dan Adams Construction Supervisor, Mayor’s Office of Housing San Francisco, CA Dan, a licensed architect, is the Construction Supervisor for the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing where he serves as the lender’s representative on city-funded...
History

History

Urban Ecology was founded in 1975 by visionary architects and activists who believed that cities should serve both people and nature. From the beginning, Urban Ecology has used urban planning, ecology, and public participation to help design and build healthier...