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Association of State and Territorial Health Officials HIA Projects

This website is archived for historical purposes and is no longer being maintained or updated.

The Healthy Community Design Initiative, also known as the Built Environment and Health Initiative, is no longer a funded program and the information on this website is not being reviewed and updated on a regular basis.

 

Below is a list of ASTHO health impact assessment (HIA) projects supported by CDC’s Healthy Community Design Initiative sorted by state and year.

California
2009: Alcohol Outlet Density (Ukiah)
Delaware
2012: Fort DuPont Master Plan and Feasibility Study (Delaware City)
Florida
2012: Implementing Street and Right-of-Way Improvements to Orange Avenue (Daytona Beach)
2014: County Park Fitness Policy & Program (Hillsborough)
Georgia
2012: Second Street Redevelopment (Macon)
Maine
2011: Androscoggin Greenway Plan
Minnesota
2009: Arden Hills Redevelopment (City of Arden Hills)
2010: Duluth Complete Streets (Duluth)
2010: Douglas County Comprehensive Plan Update (Douglas County)
2010: St. Louis Park (SLP) Comprehensive Plan (St. Louis Park)
Oregon
2009: Tumalo Community Plan (Tumalo)
2009: Accessory Dwelling Units (Corvallis/Benton County)
2010: Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Plan (Prineville)
2010: Hood River Park Development (Hood River)
2010: Wind Energy Siting
2010: Biomass Burning for School Heating
West Virginia
2013: Fairmont Connectivity Plan (Fairmont)
Wisconsin
2009: Ice Age Trail Expansion (Montello)
2010: Combined Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO) (Rock County)
2010: Alcohol Outlet Density (Wausau)
2010: Open Air Burning Policies in La Crosse County (La Crosse)
Vermont
2014: Plan BTV South End Health Impact Assessment (Burlington)

Learn about state and local HIA cooperative agreement recipients and about National Association of County and City Health Officials HIA projects supported by CDC’s Healthy Community Design Initiative.

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