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Find resources to help promote public health by creating safe, walkable neighborhoods with access to community-based services that allow residents to age in place and remain connected to the community.

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Inspiration to Action: Implementing Projects to Support Active Living (AARP)
This practical implementation guide, developed by AARP and the Walkable and Livable Communities Institute, provides strategies for implementing design changes that foster active living. Funding resources, engagement strategies, and roadway design strategies are provided.

Community Commons Website (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Community Commons is an interactive mapping, networking, and learning utility for the broad-based healthy, sustainable, and livable communities’ movement. It is designed to connect communities and share information amongst practitioners working to create healthy and sustainable communities.

Community Transformation Grants Program (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

Find more information on community grants available from the CDC to improve public health through healthy community design.

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