The 11th episode of the “Imagine KC” television series will examine lifestyle changes area residents are making to lower their impact on the environment. Segments will look at efforts to reduce the amount of waste going into the region’s landfills, biking as a way to reduce one’s impact on air quality and the environment, and how one Kansas City, Kan., organization is working to enable more active lifestyles for children in the inner city neighborhoods of Rosedale and Argentine.
This flyer was created by the HKHC Houghton County partnership. It was distributed to members of the Houghton city council, members of the public, and local media. This advocacy flier provides comprehensive talking points related to Complete Streets. It details specific benefits of Complete Streets policies, including livability, economic development, health, and safety.
This is a 5-page, 30 item assessment tool created by the HKHC partnership in Fitchburg, MA. It was adapted from the Quality of Public Open Space Tool (POST) created by the University of Western Australia. The purpose of this tool is to gauge the assets, safety, and attractiveness of parks and playgrounds and easily identify what can be improved. The questions are written in plain-speak, making it comprehensive and simple to use.