Healthy Hampshire Celebration October 3, 2018
On October 3, 2018, Healthy Hampshire brought together over 40 partners working in many sectors and communities throughout Hampshire County and the Hilltowns to share stories of success and envision the future. CES Newsroom did a great write-up of the event here. We also produced a colorful report summarizing the roundtable discussions, which includes ideas for future collaboration.
Posted Oct. 29, 2018

Healthy Hampshire Funds Third Round of Walk Friendly Community Projects, January, 2018

Request for Proposals is Open
Healthy Hampshire releases Request for Proposals for enhancing physical activity and town center design. Proposals are due by Sept. 22, 2017. Please contact us for more information.
Posted August 3, 2017

Article: Complete Streets Guidance from Urban to Rural
Wayne Feiden, director of the Office of Planning and Sustainability for the City of Northampton, authored an article for the Mass Municipal Association about how the concept and application of complete streets has evolved over time in the more rural parts of the state such as Northampton, and the path the City has taken to prioritize safe and accessible infrastructure for pedestrians and bicyclists. He also details the role that Healthy Hampshire and the Mass in Motion program have had in encouraging and supporting that evolution, including the creation of the Walk/Bike Northampton Plan and the Urban, Rural and Suburban Complete Streets Design Manual.
Posted July 17, 2017

Huntington Town Center Walk Audit [Rescheduled from April 25 due to rain]
Tuesday, May 2 from 4-6PM
Meet at Stanton Hall at 4pm
For more information, see the flyer
Posted April 25, 2017

Healthy Hampshire Funds Walk Friendly Community Projects, March 2017
Posted March 3, 2017

Healthy Hampshire Newsletter Archive

Healthy Hampshire Newsletter: Fall 2016
Healthy Hampshire Newsletter: Spring 2016
Healthy Hampshire Newsletter: Winter 2015
Healthy Hampshire Newsletter: Summer 2015
Healthy Hampshire Newsletter: Fall 2014
Healthy Hampshire Newsletter: Spring 2017
Community Health Events in the Region: Spring 2017