Do you have a project that should be featured on this site? The Center for Active Design is building its reference collection of innovative projects that use the design of the built environment to promote health. Accepted projects will be featured among our case studies, and may be tapped for future conferences, publications, and exhibitions. Submitted projects should exemplify the strategies found in the Active Design Guidelines, and highlight one or more of the following themes:
Active Transportation: Does your project support a safe and vibrant environment for pedestrians, cyclists, and transit riders? For example, does it have:
Active Recreation: Does your project provide access to recreation spaces that accommodate different interests, ages, and abilities? For example, does it have:
Healthy Food Access: Does your project offer opportunities for growing or purchasing fresh fruits and vegetables, or increasing ready access to tap water? For example, does it have:
Active Buildings: Does your project support the health of building occupants with opportunities for physical activity within the building site? For example, does it have:
Preferential attention will be given to the following:
For submittal instructions, please download the "Project Submission Form" which is found at the top right side of this page. If your community, firm, or organization is interested in sharing your successes, we hope to hear from you!