Welcome to the Arizona Alliance for Livable Communities
Through advocacy, health impact assessment, community engagement and training, the Arizona Alliance for Livable communities is working toward equitable, healthier communities throughout Arizona. Equitable, healthy communities are those that provide opportunities for all people to live well and thrive, regardless of their background, race/ethnicity or income.
We'd like to hear from you!
Help AALC improve our efforts by providing feedback on your experience & suggestions. With the help of the Wilder Foundation, this assessment tool will help inform our focus and enhance ongoing work. The survey takes 5-10 minutes & is anonymous, please click the link to get started!
Phoenix Active Transportation Plan Survey
The Active Transportation Plan is an update to the Bicycle Master Plan (2014). The project survey is an important tool to gather information and help guide how we design and implement active transportation improvements across the city. The planning team wants to hear from everyone who uses Phoenix’s streets. It takes approximately 15 minutes and all answers are anonymous.The survey can be accessed in English and Spanish here: https://www.phoenix.gov/streets/atp
Looking for Writers!
Do you have a topic that relates to health & the built environment? AALC is looking for volunteer writers to bring attention to existing resources and information for stakeholders to use in learning of the connection of decision-makers and their role in impacting health.
Topics can range from active transportation, urban design, environment & heat, access to healthy foods, and many more!
AALC brings together a network of professionals and hosts training workshop and events to discuss healthy design and placemaking for better informed decision-making and plan policies.
Training & Events
What We Do
Expert & Technical Assistance
AALC provides expertise and asssitance on integrating data and policies that support health into planning processes.
AALC brings people together so that work isn't duplicated and impact is maximized.
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