Healthy Communities: Case Studies
Report, Case Study

The Boyle Heights/East Los Angeles (BHELA) Community Health Assessment explores the nexus between the built environment, public policy, and urban planning in an effort to determine their impact on the health and wellbeing of residents in Boyle Heights and East Los Angeles.

Fact Sheet, Case Study

The guide contains tactics for building or rebuilding cities and suburbs in ways that encourage walking.

Toolkit, Case Study

Part IV of the series "Steps to a Walkable Community: A Guide for Citizens, Planners, and Engineers."

Fact Sheet, Case Study

This collection of design and engineering tactics is not intended to be comprehensive, but rather highlight the innovative, nonmandatory tactics that accommodate or encourage walking, safety elements, and signal treatments. 

Toolkit, Report, Case Study

Steps to a Walkable Community compilesmultidisciplinary tactics that readers can assemble into customstrategies designed for their community’s circumstances. 

Toolkit, Report, Case Study

Steps to a Walkable Community compilesmultidisciplinary tactics that readers can assemble into customstrategies designed for their community’s circumstances. The guidecontains tactics for building or rebuilding cities and suburbs in ways thatencourage walking.

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Report, Case Study

Released in 2014 by Smart Growth America, Measuring Sprawl 2014 examines how some places in the United States are sprawling out and some places are building in compact, connected ways. 

Fact Sheet, Report, Case Study

This resource provides school board members with information on local wellness and physical activity resources, sample policies, case studies and fact sheets.

Building Healthy Communities
Toolkit, Report, Case Study

According to CSBA’s research with school governance teams in California, schoolboard members recognize the link between student health and academicachievement, but when faced with a multitude of competing priorities and limitedresources, are hard pressed to make wellness a high priority in the district/COE.