Statement of Purpose
Collaboratively work to create healthier communities by:

  • Collecting and analyzing data to better understand community needs related to the BE, and more specifically local disparities that may exist
  • Creating materials or tools  to educate decision makers and the public to better understand how policies benefit/hinder community well-being
  • Sharing best practice as it relates to prioritization, data collection, and communicating data to ensure we can achieve above

Current work

  • Collaborating with agencies and organizations to collect and disseminate data
  • Determine ways to use data to validate and expose infrastructure inconsistencies

Notes from meetings

Who should get involved?
Any person who is interested in the power of data to tell a community’s story is welcome to join; any professional in Larimer County who commonly uses data for work or has access to datasets is welcomed, as well.

If you are interested in joining the Data Work Group, fill out this form

Meeting Calendar

Sectors Represented in the Data Working Group

  • Non-profits: biking advocacy and community development (Bike Fort Collins), food security advocacy (Food Bank of Larimer County), housing security (Loveland Housing Authority)
  • Local Government (City of Loveland Public Works; City of Fort Collins Planning; City of Fort Collins FC Bikes; Larimer County Workforce & Economic Development)
  • The metropolitan planning organization (North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization)
  • Education: Colorado State University Parking Services, Thompson School District Safe Routes to School, Bike Fort Collins Safe Routes to School
  • Community members on a variety of advocacy boards (Transportation Advisory Board Loveland)

Built Environment

Liz Young
Built Environment Planner
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Para más información in Español, contacte a Brooke Bettolo.