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Healthy Communities Program

Healthy Communities

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Healthy Communities Program

To Learn More or Get Involved:  
Marielle Harrington, Coordinator
mharrington@lynnwoodwa.gov
(425) 670-5532

 

Making the healthy choice, the easy choice.

With participation of more than 150 stakeholders, the City of Lynnwood has drafted a 10-year Healthy Communities Action Plan. First released in November 2015, the Plan will be further developed to include implementation strategies, identify potential funding strategies, and develop community partnerships. The final plan will be submitted to the City Council and incorporated into the City's Comprehensive Plan in 2016.  

Healthy Communities Action Plan 

  • What is Healthy Communities?
    • Healthy Communities is about health equity. Its efforts rely on a combination of policy and programming to help make the healthy choice the easy choice. Healthy Communities works to identify and advocate for policies and environmental changes that make healthy food more available and affordable, increase access to safe opportunities for physical activity, and create and support strong, vibrant, social networks that promote social interaction and community cohesiveness. 

    • Current Projects & Programs

      10-Year Action Plan

      Programs & Projects 

      Resources

  • Love Your Block Mini Grants
    • IF YOU HAD $500, WHAT WOULD YOU DO?

      Like to work with your neighbors? Have an idea to make your block better? Want to start a community garden? Plant a tree? Build a bench? Throw a block party? Start a walking group? Whatever you do, let’s do it together!

      Apply for a Mini-Grant for up to $500 starting June 1, 2016.
      Contact us to find out more or get started.
      mharrington@lynnwoodwa.govlinks to external site

    • Love Your Block

  • Park Service Volunteers
    • Lynnwood offers many ways to volunteer and support it's many beautiful parks from one-day park service projects, to longer-term Adopt-A-Trail and Adopt-A-Floral Bed programs. Become a park service volunteer and help improve Lynnwood's parks, open space and trail systems. Volunteer projects include wildlife habitat enhancement, invasive plant removal, planting, debris removal and trail construction. Individuals, groups and special projects are welcome. More Information

       

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