The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service partners with organizations in cities across the country to engage urban communities in conservation. These long-term, place-based partnerships work to advance urban habitat conservation, improve water and air quality, and provide positive outdoor experiences for community members. Urban partnerships are located on lands that the Service does not own or manage.

The Service currently has 32 urban partnerships. Urban partnerships are part of the Urban Wildlife Conservation Program

Here are the cities where the partnerships can be found.  

Albuquerque, NM 
Anchorage, AK 
Atlanta, GA
Baltimore, MD 
Birmingham, AL 
Boca Raton and West Palm Beach, FL 
Boise, ID 
Buffalo, NY 
Chicago, IL 
Cincinnati, OH 
Denver, CO 
Detroit, MI 
Elizabeth, NJ 
Honolulu, Oahu, HI 
Houston, TX 
Kansas City, MO 
Las Vegas, NV 
Los Angeles, CA 
Lowell, MA 
McAllen, TX 
Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN 
New Haven, CT 
New Orleans, LA 
Philadelphia, PA 
Portland, OR/Vancouver, WA 
Providence, RI 
Santa Barbara, CA 
Seattle, WA 
Springfield, MA 
Vallejo, CA 
Wichita, KS 
Yonkers, NY