Supports and encourages a transportation system where all public streets, roads, alleys, sidewalks, greenways and similar infrastructures are safe and convenient for all users, regardless of age, ability or mode of transportation.
Adopts Smartcode, a new zoning and development approach that allows developers to create developments that provide both walkable communities around villages and transportation nodes while preserving the open and natural space.
Bans smoking in all Creve Coeur, MO public places; goes beyond St. Louis County Smoking Ban to include all public places with employees, including casinos, bars, assisted living facilities and new private clubs.
Implements a comprehensive wellness program for the school district; recent revisions include recommendations from the wellness committee to include nutrition education, nutrition guidelines, physical activity, food marketing and promotion, and health impact assessment.
Permits community gardens in all commercial and residential zones in San Diego by right as a limited use, provided that the gardens comply with the use requirements in the Municipal Code throughout the City.
Directs the Mayor to work with city staff to convene a Complete Streets Working Group, comprised of representatives of diverse stakeholder groups, to develop a Complete Streets policy to be completed by March 2012.
Establishes guiding principles and practices so transportation improvements are planned, designed, constructed, operated, and maintained to encourage walking, bicycling, and transit use while promoting safe operations for all users.