56th International
 Making Cities Livable Conference on


& Design Awards Competition on


Sentinel Hotel, Portland, OR
June 17-21, 2019

Conference registration fee:
US $545 before November 1, 2018

US $645 before March 1, 2019
US $695 before May 1, 2019
US $745 after May 1, 2019
(For speakers, Design Awards participants, and students special lower rates apply, please contact us)

Special rates:

Registration Fee (Speakers) US $545.00*

Registration Fee (Junior Speaker) US $345.00*

Registration Fee (Student Non-Presenter) US $225.00*

Registration Fee (Non-Profit - not for cities) US $495*
Registration Fee (Design Awards Program) US $643.50* - includes Discussion Dinner/Awards Ceremony

* Please contact us for the discount code

The conference fee includes Welcome Reception on Monday, June 17; Conference Luncheon on Tuesday, June 18; and participation in all sessions and Workshops.

Optional Events:

Discussion Dinner/Awards Ceremony US $98.50- 
Discussion Dinner/Awards Ceremony (Spouse/Partner) US $98.50
Tuesday Lunch (Spouse/Partner) US $36.50

Tickets will be issued for those purchasing meals. There is no guarantee that tickets for the lunch or dinner will be available for purchase at the conference.

On Monday and Friday afternoons, there will be Mobile Workshops in and around Portland. Details to be announced.

Cancellation policy:

In case of cancellation, a participant may a) transfer registration fee to any of three immediately subsequent Conferences; b) transfer registration to another member of the participant’s organization (city, department, firm, etc.); or c) a refund minus US $85 processing fee can be issued. A refund cannot be issued if cancellation is made less than six weeks before the Conference. Paper Presenters and Exhibitors whose proposals were reviewed and accepted may ask for the registration fee to be transferred to the next conference, but must resubmit Paper or Exhibit proposal. A refund to a Paper Presenter or Design Competition participant can only be made in the case of illness or family emergency. This policy was adopted by the IMCL Board to decrease the burden on the Program Committee from unrealistic submissions.