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Healthy Community Design: Success Stories from State and Local Leaders

This report highlights the work of officials who support changes in community design that provide more opportunities for people to get routine physical activity. Some of these efforts stem from a desire to support economic development, others to decrease environmental degradation or improve residents' quality of life. But all stories serves as examples of how vision, leadership and dedication can enable healthy community design.



OrganizationActive Living Leadership
Resource TypeCase Study
LocationNational
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