Active Neighborhood Checklist
The Active Neighborhood Checklist is a user-friendly observational tool designed to assess key street-level features of the neighborhood environment that are thought to be related to physical activity behavior.
Physical Environment Audit Checklists
The Physical Environment Audit Tool tools were developed to help assess the relationships between street-scale environments and rates of physical activity. There is a “analytic” version and a “checklist” version.
National Survey for LEAD
A LEAD national survey aimed at understanding administrative evidence-based practices among local health departments.
Activity Hubs Evaluation Protocol
The Open Streets activity hub evaluation uses a combination of observations, secondary data analyses, and follow-up calls for perceptions of success.
Activity and Participant Count
An Open Streets excel sheet for tracking cycling, walking, and skating activity in a given area.
Business Community Survey
An Open Streets survey for owners/managers of businesses regarding consumer patterns.
Participant Count Protocol
Protocol and documentation sheet for Open Streets observation-based evaluations.
Participant Survey for Open Streets
One, two, and three page surveys for Open Streets participants.
Survey Response Rate
A form for understanding the survey response rate of Open Streets participants.
Policy Maker Survey
A PAPRN survey to assess the perspectives of policymakers as related to their day-to-day responsibilities and the communities they serve.
STRIDE Phase 1 National Survey
This 15-minute online survey assesses dissemination strategies to support uptake of evidence-based chronic disease prevention approaches among health departments. This survey was part of Phase 1 of the STRIDE project.
STRIDE Phase 2 National Post Survey
This 15-minute online survey assesses dissemination strategies to support uptake of evidence-based chronic disease prevention approaches among health departments. This survey was part Phase 2 of the STRIDE project.