Santo Domingo Pueblo Community Master Plan

Location Sandoval County New Mexico
Organization University of Virginia, School of Architecture and Department of Public Health Sciences; Santo Domingo Tribe; Santo Domingo Tribal Housing Authority

The University of Virginia’s School of Architecture and Department of Public Health Sciences will lead an HIA to inform development of a Community Master Plan with the Santo Domingo Pueblo tribe, outside Santa Fe, New Mexico. The community is home to 5,100 adults and children, many of whom live in older, historic pueblo dwellings with poor indoor air quality, ventilation, and general living conditions. The master plan will include culturally appropriate housing, pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure, and parks and recreational facilities. The HIA will analyze the potential health impacts of strategies proposed in the plan, with a focus on decisions related to healthy housing.

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At A Glance
  • Status:
    Discontinued
  • Publication date:
    In Progress
  • Decision-making levels:
    Local
  • Sectors:
    Housing, Community development
  • Additional topic areas:
    Mental/behavioral health, Planning
  • Drivers of health:
    Safe, affordable, and healthy housing, Clean air and water, Family and social support, Cultural well-being, Safe and accessible active transportation routes, Access to healthy food
  • Community types:
    Tribal, Rural
  • Funding source:
    Health Impact Project grantee