The purpose of this research consists in developing a new tool for measuring quality of urban life. Theoretical purposes of this instrument are based on city dwellers representations and concerns about quality of life. Quality of life has become a commonly used notion (Türksever & Atalik, 2001). However, its lack of definition and consensus make it very complex (Pol, 1994; Kovac, 1996). Most of researchers state that Quality of life is often mistaken for well-being, life satisfaction, happiness. Moreover, measuring Quality of life directly involve working out and choosing indicators (Lever, 2000). Several studies about quality of life are focused on measuring residential satisfaction (Evans, Burns, Robinson & Garrett, 1985; Hughey & Bardo, 1987; Churchman, 1991; Jeffres & Dobos, 1994). These studies show the importance of several indicators, but few researches (Cicerchia, 1998; Vlek, Skolnik & gatersleben, 1998; Türksever & Atalik, 2001) deal with developing tools measuring quality of urban life. In an other part, Cicerchia (1998) and Türksever & Atalik (2001) emphasize the importance of the territorial dimension for it measurement. Studies on Quality of life should have geographical referent. Indicators have to be related to the type of setting.