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In an economy where resources are limited, joint use agreements are becoming a platform for creating healthy collaborations. Establishing joint use agreements between schools, parks and other local organizations allow facilities to be utilized by more members of the community and provide community members with increased opportunities for physical activity. These partnerships provide mutual benefits to all parties involved and improve community livability; however these partnerships do require work in resolving differences.
Housing & Community Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
•Learn how utilizing joint use agreements will increase opportunities for physical activity and healthy living.
•Learn how joint agreements engage community stakeholders.
•Understand the need for positive relationships with community entities.
•Learn how joint agreements open facilities for underserved populations.
•Learn how joint agreements bridge the differences as to standards, funding, and expectations of partners
Craig D. Bronzan, Director City of Brentwood Parks and Recreation and Patty Boyd, RD MPH with the Tri-County Health Department in Greenwood Village, CO
American Society of Landscape Architects