Active Living for All

We believe that safe, convenient places to be active make communities more vibrant, healthy and strong. 

To support the work of community organizations in creating those safe places for physical activity in Minnesota, the Center of Prevention has committed more than $1 million in Active Living for All funding for projects that will be ongoing through 2015 and 2016. This funding supports communities as they engage residents and improve places with more walking and biking for everyone.

Learn more about the organizations we fund and their projects that will make a difference in the health of Minnesotans.

City of Minneapolis

The City of Minneapolis will engage neighbors in the design and development of a greenway through North Minneapolis.

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City of Red Wing

The City of Red Wing plans to strengthen city transportation policies and educate residents to make active transportation and connectivity for bikers and pedestrians an integral part of Red Wing.

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City of St. Louis Park

The City of St. Louis Park will generate input, advocacy and action from people who live there to advance Health in the Park.

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Itasca County

Itasca County is working to develop, maintain and promote active transportation infrastructure that will better connect the Itasca Community College with surrounding communities.

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Minneapolis Bicycle Coalition

The Minneapolis Bicycle Coalition plans to implement Bikeways for Everyone, a collaborative campaign to create a network of bikeways that are safe and attractive for one and all.

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St. Paul Smart Trips

St. Paul Smart Trips Women on Bikes Initiative is working to make it safe and easy for women to bicycle in St. Paul through a women-led coalition.

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Sawtooth Mountain Clinic in Grand Marais

The Sawtooth Mountain Clinic in Grand Marais plans to identify short- and long-term opportunities that make it safe and pleasant for community members in Cook County to bike and walk.

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St. Paul Smart Trips and Kitty Anderson Youth Science Center

The St. Paul Smart Trips and Kitty Andersen Youth Science Center Frogtown Initiative will implement a youth-led outreach program that makes it safer and easier to walk and bike in Frogtown.

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District Councils Collaborative of St. Paul and Minneapolis

The District Councils Collaborative of St. Paul and Minneapolis is working to encourage walking near two stops along the Central Corridor.

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  • Making Healthy Choices Possible for All Minnesotans

    The Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota tackles the leading causes of preventable disease -- tobacco use, physical inactivity and unhealthy eating -- to increase health equity, transform communities and create a healthier state.