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LAKE NORMAN, NC (WBTV) -
Learn about street safety and healthy street design at the Davidson Farmer's Market this summer.
Davidson Design for Life is hosting a booth July 7th and 21st. Neighbors can ask questions and voice concerns regarding the health impact assessment being conducted on Davidson's street design standards. A health impact assessment is a study that considers the possible health implications of a decision to be made, and provides information to the decision makers. The findings of this HIA will inform the upcoming rewrite of Davidson's Planning Ordinance, scheduled for next year.
For those who can't make it out to the Davidson Farmer's Market, there will be a public information session on Wednesday, July 25th from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at Town Hall to discuss the assessment and gather public input.
Davidson Design for Life is an initiative of the Town of Davidson to foster healthy community design through the use of health impact assessments, public participation and collaborative efforts in Davidson, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg region and throughout North Carolina. The group is funded through a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Healthy Community Design Initiative, and is one of six grant recipients including local and state health departments in San Francisco, Baltimore, Nebraska, Oregon and Massachusetts.