Complete Streets in Daytona Beach, Florida HIA

Location Daytona Beach Florida
Organization ASTHO, Florida Department of Health in Volusia County, the City of Daytona Beach

The Florida Department of Health (Volusia County), along with the City of Daytona Beach and with support from the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), conducted a health impact assessment (HIA) to inform the City of Daytona Beach as it adopts a Complete Streets policy. Originally, the HIA was to inform the City about the benefits of retrofitting the Orange Avenue corridor to include Complete Streets elements. Due to funding delays, the City was already in the design phase before the HIA began, so the focus evolved to use the Orange Avenue corridor as a target area to demonstrate the benefits of a whole Complete Streets policy for future projects and to supplement future work on this corridor.

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Decision makers at all levels are using the fast-growing field of HIA to take health into account when making decisions in a broad range of sectors, including agriculture, education, energy and budgeting, in all types of locations--rural, suburban, and urban, local, regional or statewide. Learn more about the information sources that were used to develop this page.

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  • Status Complete
  • Completion Date 2013, September
  • Decision-Level Local
  • Sector Built Environment
  • Organization Type Government Agency