North West Europe (NWE) faces a great challenge to cut 80% of greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. To reach this target by 2050, energy efficiency is one of the main instruments defined in the Climate and Energy Roadmap of NWE (Notenboom, 2012). Energy efficiency in cities is one of the biggest challenges for the municipalities that have been struggling recently. According to European Commission (2013), standard public lighting is one of the largest consumption items for municipalities, covering up to 60% of total electricity consumption. Thus, most of the municipalities have been seeking lighting solutions for public spaces considering the environmental, economic, and social impact of lighting. As pointed out by Den Ouden and colleagues (2012), new lighting technologies have been creating a revolution in the lighting industry and urban lighting has been benefiting from this innovation. With the possibilities that LED offers and the integration of smart sensors, new solutions for urban lighting are emerging to reduce energy use by dimming down the streetlights at the right time and place, which is recognized as smart urban lighting. For instance, smart lighting systems can manipulate lighting parameters such as light level that react to external input such as the presence of a pedestrian or cyclist. For this reason, the Smart-Space Project aims to facilitate the uptake of smart urban lighting in small and mid-size municipalities to reduce energy use and CO2 emission while ensuring safety and livability throughout NWE. The Smart-Space Project brings together end-users (cities/citizens) and innovation stakeholders (research institutes, SMEs, enterprises) from the Netherlands, Belgium, France, and Ireland to develop an interoperable smart lighting platform. One of the main goals of the Smart-Space Project is to demonstrate the impact of smart lighting on energy consumption and CO2 reduction while enhancing the safety and livability of public spaces at four pilot cities (Smart Space Project). Thus, the social impact of the project needs to be investigated through the evaluation and monitoring of user experience (UX) at four pilot sites. However, there is not a validated UX evaluation method to be used for smart urban lighting yet. The goal of this PDEng project is to design a toolbox to support municipalities in the evaluation and monitoring of citizen's perspective. This toolbox is entitled the User eXperience Evaluation (UXE) Toolbox. The UXE Toolbox presents 25 tools in five categories (i.e., self-report technique, measuring body signals, information and communication technologies, statistics of official documents, and site observations) to measure 23 sub-parameters under seven parameters (i.e., acceptance, visual performance, visual comfort, perceived safety, attractiveness, liveliness, and safety) in three dimensions (i.e., attitude, perception, and behavior). It provides an excel-based tool, guidelines, and demo cases. Guidelines help municipalities to find relevant parameters and choose suitable tools. Demo cases show how the guidelines work over the use cases co-created within the Smart Space Project.