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Florida Department of Health Seal of Walkability


This is a presentation slide deck regarding Florida Department of Health's walkability criteria. The presentation includes references for their criteria. Walkability criteria include connectivity, block size, mixed use, proximity of transit, pedestrian safety, sidewalks, residential density, parks, and applicant initiated walkability features.

Primary Toolkit:

Healthy Community Design Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Best Practice, Community Assessment, Community Design, Community Environmental Health Assessment (CEHA), Environmental Health, Physical Activity, Traffic Safety, Zoning


Institutional Author:

Florida Department of Health





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