Planning with People First: A Built Environment & Health Equity Workshop
Better partnerships start with the people and stories at the table. “Planning with People First” focuses on challenging traditional models of engagement with community partners. By prioritizing people and their lived experience, we can lay a foundation for effective, creative, and powerful community-led projects and policies. The workshop will bring together local leaders to discuss dynamic community participation strategies to co-create projects and policies that improve health and well-being for all.
- Building Internal Capacity for Community Engagement
- Dynamic Approaches to Policy Change
- Breakout Workshops
“Planning with People First,” is co-organizedby Larimer County Department of Health & Environment, and Denver Department of Public Health Environment, and is a part of the health equity and built environment learning series led by both agencies.
The Built Environment Program at Larimer County Department of Health and Environment (LCDHE) works to improve the health of the public by increasing plans and policies to create an active community through the built environment.
Denver Community Active Living Coalition (Denver CALC) is a program of Denver Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE). Denver CALC envisions a city with safe, convenient & fun spaces to walk, roll, bike and take transit where residents of all ages and abilities can connect to their environment and one another.
This event is funded by the Cancer, Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Disease A35 grant funds.