Healthy Development Checklist
Is there a development proposed near you? The Healthy Development Checklist is a tool to help residents evaluate a project's impacts on the overall health of the community.
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Healthy Development Measurement Tool
The Healthy Development Measurement Tool is a way to evaluate the extent to which land use plans, projects, or policies will advance human health. The HDMT is broadly organized into six Elements that comprise a Healthy City: Environmental Stewardship, Sustainable and Safe Transportation, Public Infrastructure, Social Cohesion, Adequate and Healthy Housing and Healthy Economy.
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Neighborhood Completeness Indicators
The Neighborhood Completeness Indicator (NCI) is a quantitative spatial assessment tool measuring the proximity of San Francisco residents to daily goods and services in their neighborhoods. It was created as part of the Healthy Development Measurement Tool to advance the Public Infrastructure objective of assuring access to daily goods and service needs.
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Metroquest is a tool that municipalities and planning agencies can utilize to educate and communicate the long-term impacts of the various policy choices to community members. It allows stakeholders to set their priorities, try different planning choices and see future consequences related to their priorities. This sets the stage for stakeholders to have a meaningful discussion about future plans and send feedback to planners. See how it works by checking out Metroquest projects in other regions.