a digital map by teens, for teens
Click on the icon in the upper lefthand corner of the map (below) for detailed map information.
About the map
As part of a year-long capstone project, three University of Colorado Masters of the Environment (MENV) students have collaborated 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 worked with diverse groups of young people, ages 11-18, to build an interactive digital city map that focused on teen interests. 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.
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Growing Up Boulder’s Child Friendly City Map Resources are promoting public spaces and community spaces that are currently inaccessible due to COVID-19. Please do not use this map, while the state of Colorado has issued a lockdown, shelter in place, stay at home and quarantine. For more information regarding the City of Boulder’s emergency orders, click here.