Active LivingLocal governments and community partners can influence the extent to which residents are physically active through careful crafting of land use plans, public policies, and changes to the built environment. Learn how!
Road DietsEnhance safety, mobility, and access for all road users and foster "complete streets" to accommodate a variety of transportation modes
Stories of Delaware’s Complete CommunitiesA new YouTube video series highlights ways community members are working together to demonstrate change or transform public spaces—including streets—into safer and more walkable-, bikeable-, and people-friendly places.
Pop-Up Demonstration and Pilot Projects Learn more about how pop-up demonstration and pilot projects collaboratively engage community members to temporarily transform and co-create high-value public spaces—including streets.
ParkletsDiscover how parklets in Delaware are becoming vibrant gathering places that are attracting people, reenergizing commercial districts, and calming traffic.
Local municipalities are making policy decisions to go smoke-free in public spaces. Learn about the benefits of going smoke-free and how you can implement policies for a healthier Delaware.
Decisions made regarding community design, development, and policy implementation have the potential to impact the health of surrounding populations. Utilize a health-impact assessment as a tool for evaluating projects in your community.