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Healthy Neighborhoods residents:  invited, involved, invigorated

Working with the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, NIDC is promoting the Healthy Neighborhoods initiative. The approach focuses on a neighborhood’s positive attributes and works to engage neighbors and homeowners to invest in their neighborhoods and position them as good places to live.


Type Face:  Public Art Project
driven by community conversation
Type Face:  Public Art Project Mobile bike hub staffer
demonstrates bike
repair for neighborhood
Mobile Mike hub staffer demonstration

There are currently nine Healthy Neighborhoods: 

Capitol Heights Map

Earn A Bike Program is a Success!

Enderis Park Map

Watch a neighborhood video


Havenwoods Map

Visit the neighborhood website

Havenwoods neighbor
participates in
beautification project.

Havenwoods neighbor participates in clean-up

Johnsons Park Map
Visit the neighborhood website

Layton Boulevard West Neighbors Map

Watch a neighborhood video

Visit the neighborhood website

Lincoln Village Map


Martin Drive Map

Martin Drive neighbors
get ready for the 3rd annual
Bloom and Groom.

Martin Drive neighbors Bloom and Groom
Sherman Park Map  

Thurston Woods Map

Watch a neighborhood video

Visit the neighborhood website

Each Healthy Neighborhood designs their own program to promote their neighborhood, engaging residents around positive actions such as involving neighbors, promoting the neighborhood as a good place to live, improving neighborhood appearance and encouraging homeowners to buy in the neighborhood.

Last page update:  03/05/2014