Complete Streets are roadways designed for all modes of transportation (pedestrian, cyclist, car, truck). Complete Streets make it easy to cross the street, walk to shops, and cycle to work.
Since November 2013, the City of Williamstown adopted a Complete Streets Policy Municipal Order; the City of Dry Ridge and City of Corinth adopted a Complete Streets Policy Resolution; and the Grant County Fiscal Court adopted a Complete Streets Policy Resolution, which was the first county-wide Complete Streets Policy adopted in the state of Kentucky.
GRANT COUNTY TRAIL SYSTEM
FFLAG was awarded a grant from interact for health to conduct a feasibility study for a county-wide trail system. FFLAG hired Kentucky League of Cities to complete the study. During this process, the community was invited to take part in public listening sessions about the trail. The feasibility study was completed in December 2016 with conclusions that a 48-mile trail was possible in Grant County. Going forward, the National parks Service Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance program (RTCA) is providing FFLAG with technical assistance to determine the next steps for trail development.
Feasibility Study can be found here.
INTERESTED IN BEING A PART OF THE TRAIL EFFORTS?
Email GetFitGrantCounty@gmail.com or call 859-363-2093
STARTING WITH CHILDREN
Fitness For Life Around Grant County (FFLAG) is spearheading a multifaceted health action plan for children with funding from the Foundation For A Healthy Kentucky. The "Starting With Children" initiative is designed to improve the health of Kentucky's children by engaging communities with innovative strategies to help school-aged children achieve and maintain healthy lifestyles.
Starting with Children- In the Community
• Improvements to Piddle Park
• Sidewalk construction in Williamstown
• Improvements to Corinth Park
Starting with Children- In the Schools
• Standing desks and exercise equipment within the classroom
• Changes to school wellness policies
• School garden at Williamstown
• Playgrounds at Mason-Corinth and Williamstown Elementary schools
• Walking paths behind Crittenden-Mt. Zion, Dry Ridge, Mason-Corinth and Sherman Elementary schools and Grant County Middle School
• 100% Tobacco-Free Grounds Policy
This has all been possible due to our wonderful sponsors: Body Works Gym, City of Corinth, City of Dry Ridge, City of Williamstown, Forcht Bank, Grant County Chamber, Grant County Cooperative Extension, Grant County Fiscal Court, Grant County 4-H, Grant County Oil Company Inc., Grant County Schools, Kiwanis Club of Williamstown, Mr. Larry Spears, Marshall Chrysler Dodge Jeep, Marshall Dry Ridge Toyota, Northern Kentucky Health Department, Ms. Patty Tripp, Performance Pipe, Phillippo Family Limited Partnership LLC, Piles Chevrolet, Precision Dental, St. Elizabeth Health Care, United Way, Williamstown Chiropractic Cener, Williamstown Independent Schools, Williamstown Women's Club
The FFLAG Worksite Award is a free, voluntary certification designed to recognize and honor worksites that are committed to supporting healthy choices in physical activity, healthy eating and tobacco prevention through policies, programs and environmental changes within their organization. This award celebrates worksites that place a high value on employee health and overall well-being, while taking steps to help them plan for cost effective future strategies to create a healthier workforce. The application cycle begins February 1st and ends mid-March. Worksites are recognized for their efforts at the Grant County Chamber Breakfast in May.
Interested in becoming a FFLAG Worksite?
Contact Elizabeth Steffer at Elizabeth.Steffer@nkyhealth.org or 859-363-2093
Applications can be found HERE
GRANT COUNTY HEALTH & WELLNESS SURVEY
In order to best serve the community, FFLAG has created a survey to help us better understand health status and needs of Grant County as well as plan for future initiatives.
Please click here to complete. Thank you!