In partnership with the Sacramento County Public Health Department, WALKSacramento is analyzing park and healthy retail access in North and South Sacramento and identifying policy and built environment opportunities to improve health through active travel to healthy destinations. As part of this project, WALKSacramento developed a toolbox of resources to provide best practices and guidance for the county and other partners to support and implement safe routes to parks and healthy retail. Using the toolbox as a model for safe routes to parks and healthy retail planning, WALKSacramento is conducting in-depth community engagement around several park sites and healthy retail corridors in the County and working with partners to advance policy and infrastructure change.
How Safe Routes to Parks and Healthy Retail Support Individual and Community Health
How Safe Routes to Parks and Healthy Retail Reduce Barriers to Park Access and Advances Equity
How Safe Routes to Parks and Healthy Retail Support Inclusivity for People of All Ages and Abilities
How Safe Routes to Parks and Healthy Retail Improve Transportation Planning and Safety Issues
How Safe Routes to Parks and Healthy Retail Support Environmental Sustainability and Resilience
How Might Safe Routes to Parks and Healthy Retail Benefit Fresno County
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