Shared Use: Reports, Evaluations, and Toolkits
Promoting Shared Use Cover
2018    Toolkit

Shared use is a tool that property owners can use to fill a need in their community for recreational facilities and increase opportunities for physical activity. This guide covers two types of promotion: promoting your shared use space to program providers and promoting the activities and programs to community members.

2014    Report

Over the past few decades, faith-based organizations across the country have been placing greater emphasis on health and wellness. 

2014    Toolkit, Research

The toolkit serves as a research and information source for professionals on how to establish and enter into a joint facility use agreement so both parties are protected and informed. 

2014    Toolkit

This tool serves as a guide to assist North Carolina schools and communities to develop and implement joint use agreements. 

2013    Toolkit, Research

This toolkit focuses on helping community members plan to share public buildings and grounds for the purpose of expanding opportunities for physical exercise and active recreation. 

2013    Toolkit, Research

This toolkit focuses on helping community members plan to share public buildings and grounds for the purpose of expanding opportunities for physical exercise and active recreation. 

2013    Report

North Carolina has identified joint use agreements as a critical strategy to increase physical activity among both children and adults. 

2012    Toolkit, Research

This toolkit shares what we have learned from successful agreements, offering guidelines and templates for other communities looking to expand their access to school recreational facilities.

2012    Toolkit, Research

Improving people’s access to recreation areas such schools and parks through joint use agreements can also increase opportunities for physical activity.

2012    Toolkit, Research

This toolkit is designed to assist community partners in Washington state enter into successful joint use agreements.