Crook County Master Plan

Location Crook County Oregon
Organization Oregon Department of Human Services, Public Health Division

The Crook County Public Health Department conducted an HIA of current pedestrian and bicycling infrastructure in Prineville, Oregon to inform an updated community plan. The HIA focused on improving overall safety and accessibility of sidewalks, walking paths, and bicycle use, and identifying areas where specific actions can be taken to address pedestrian safety. The HIA recommended increasing the overall number of pedestrian trails and increasing sidewalk connectivity on specific streets (Harwood Street, Elm Street, and other streets around Ochoco Creek Park).

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Crook County Health Department is the winner of the National Association of City and County Health Officials (NACCHO) Local Health Department of the Year award for 2013. Read more here.

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At A Glance
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  • Sectors:
    Planning and zoning
  • Additional topic areas:
    Active transportation, Bridges and roads, Planning
  • Drivers of health:
    Diet and physical activity, Safe street infrastructure, Safe and accessible active transportation routes
  • Affected populations:
    Economically disadvantaged, Homeless, Chronic health conditions
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  • Research methods:
    Literature review, Primary research, Qualitative research
  • Funding source:
    Other funding