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HEALTHY NEIGHBORHOODS INITIATIVE

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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
youth.
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
neighborhood
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

www.martin-drive.org

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

 

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Milwaukee, WI 53202

414-286-5608 

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