As part of a year-long capstone project, three University of Colorado Masters of the Environment (MENV) students are collaborating with Boulder teens to create a digital, teen-friendly city map of Boulder. Building upon GUB’s process for the recently completed child-friendly city map, these graduate students are working with diverse groups of young people to build an interactive digital city map that focuses on teen interests. In the summer of 2019, an online survey was sent to all BVSD families with youth ages 11-18 to collect additional information for the map. The teen-friendly city map project represents an effort to leverage resources at the University to further GUB’s goal of making Boulder a welcoming and inclusive child- and youth-friendly city. With the completion of the teen-friendly city map and child-friendly city map, Boulder will have free resource maps for all ages of Boulder's children and youth.