Tice Community Connectivity and Redevelopment


Tice Community Connectivity and Redevelopment
Location Lee County Florida
Organization Florida Department of Health in Lee County

The Florida Department of Health in Lee County conducted an HIA of community-driven alternatives to the county’s neighborhood connectivity plan for the Tice historic community. The HIA investigated the potential health implications of community connectivity and access to green space and schools in the plan.

The report concluded that the plan stood to benefit the health and safety of residents and visitors by improving neighborhood connectivity and infrastructure for pedestrians and cyclists. 

The HIA was supported by the National Association of County and City Health Officials.

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At A Glance
  • Status:
  • Publication date:
    2015, June
  • Decision-making levels:
  • Sectors:
    Planning and zoning, Transportation
  • Additional topic areas:
    Active transportation, Public transit
  • Drivers of health:
    Clean air and water, Community safety, Diet and physical activity, Safe and accessible active transportation routes, Safe and affordable public transit, Safe street infrastructure
  • Affected populations:
    Children, Economically disadvantaged, Racial and ethnic minorities
  • Community types:
  • Research methods:
    Focus groups, Quantitative research, Qualitative research, Literature review, Primary research
  • Funding source:
    Other funding