Shared Use: Fact Sheets
2018    Fact Sheet

This fact sheet provides a quick summary of the report cards' scoring structure, including the indicators and possible points in each of the core topic areas and an example report card showing the different components.

2018    Fact Sheet

This fact sheet provides tips on how to use your state's report card.

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2017    Fact Sheet

The Play All Day Parks Program is a new initiative put forth by the City of San Diego Mayor’s Office and the Superintendent of the San Diego Unified School District in 2016 to break ground on over 30 new joint-use park sites in the next 5 years.

2017    Fact Sheet

These resources offer information for public and private entities interested in shared or open use agreements in Ohio.

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2015    Fact Sheet

The Potential of Safe, Secure and Accessible Playgrounds to Increase Children’s Physical Activity was published by Active Living Reseach (a RWJF program) in February 2011. The report summarizes research on the importance of playgrounds for children’s physical activity. Some highlights of this report are:

2015    Fact Sheet

This resource is designed to address the variance in terminlogies when referring to shared use. 

2015    Fact Sheet

This resource is designed to address some of the most frequently asked questions that arise while adopting shared use policy or implementing shared use agreements.

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2014    Fact Sheet

Many questions may arise for communities working on shared use. This resource is desigend to answer some of the most frequently asked questions.

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2014    Fact Sheet

Across the country, Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities do not get enough physical activity. Asian American communities often do not have access to parks, tracks, fields, or affordable gyms. Shared use can help increase physical activity by making places with physical activity opportunities open to the public.

2014    Fact Sheet

Communities across the country suffer from insufficient physical activity and a lack of access to physical activity opportunities. Shared use can be a simple solution to increase physical activity in Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities.