Creating Healthier Communities: Osseo


Osseo is pleased to be a part of Hennepin County's Creating Healthier Communities project in 2017. "Healthy Communities" work focuses on increasing opportunities for active living, improving access to healthy food, and reducing exposure to tobacco products.
 


You are invited to sign up to participate in the 2017 Walking-Biking audit. A group walk was held on on Thursday, May 4. Osseo residents can conduct their own Audit walk, using this PRINTABLE form or ONLINE survey. Please submit all survey results by 5/30/2017. Contact Nancy at 763-425-1454 or nabts@ci.osseo.mn.usfor more information.

 

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Looking for Healthly Living assets in the Osseo area? Visit the interactive online map at http://hennepin.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=3419769a114b4b5f92a1e39c66a1c3d5 for the locations of existing resources and opportunities for physical activity, healthy and affordable foods, and smoke-free environments.

 


Active Living Hennepin County’s Creating Healthier Communities funding and support initiative recognizes that cities play a unique role in influencing the health of their residents. This initiative will help Osseo improve its residents' health by increasing access to active living and healthy food and reducing exposure to tobacco. Funds will support initiatives that create changes in policies, systems or environments to make the healthy choice the easy choice, and will help cities to weave health into their comprehensive plan. Community engagement is a priority of this project, and funding and technical assistance will be available to involve members of the community to shape the project and its outcomes.


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Information about the Creating Healthier Communities Project is shared online in a Google Drive database. Anyone can view the files by following the link to https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B1gQWhxXbx4WY2RRMFJmN1RvNGs?usp=sharing 

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