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    • 1. Adult Active LivingCommunity Factors
    • 2. Walkable / Bikeable Neighborhoods :What the Community Says
    • 3. We need more biking andwalking paths. Source: HMP Focus Groups 2010
    • 4. Better public transportationwould encourage walking. Source: HMP Focus Groups 2010
    • 5. Senate Bill 375
    • 6. Senate Bill 375
    • 7. Walkable Novato =Most walkable =Moderately walkable =Least walkable, Car dependentSource: Walk Score 2012
    • 8. Walkable San Rafael =Most walkable =Moderately walkable =Least walkable, Car dependentSource: Walk Score 2012
    • 9. Source: Non-Motorized Transportation Pilot ProgramSource: Non-motorized Transportation Pilot Program
    • 10. Access to Physical Activity:What the Community Says
    • 11. Cops assume that black people in open spaces are up to no good. We do not use them, because we do not want to be hassled by the police. Source: HMP Focus Groups 2010
    • 12. We need more community groupsfocused on physical activity. Source: HMP Community Focus Groups 2010
    • 13. Access to Recreational Areas
    • 14. Source: CHIS 2007Source: Marin County Parks Visitor Use Census and Survey 2011
    • 15. Source: Marin County Parks Visitor Use Census and Survey 2011Source: Marin County Parks Visitor Use Census and Survey 2011
    • 16. Safety:What the Community Says
    • 17. I dont feel very safe when I think aboutwhats going on outside(with ICE). It makes me not want to leave the house.
    • 18. Women do not feel safe walking past groups of men drinking on the street Source: HMP Community Focus Groups 2010
    • 19. We need more lawenforcement and moreSpanish speaking police officers Source: HMP Community Focus Groups 2010
    • 20. Adult Active Living Individual Factors
    • 21. Adults 25+ Level of Physical Activity in a Typical Week 100% 90% 20%Percent of Adults 80% 70% 21% Vigorous 60% Moderate 50% Some 40% None 30% 53% 20% 10% 0% 7% Physical Activity (Marin County) Source: CHIS 2005
    • 22. Only 1 in 5 adultsage 25+participate inmoderate ORvigorous physicalactivity
    • 23. Healthy People2020 Target foradult moderatephysical activityis: 47.9%
    • 24. And There are Disparities
    • 25. Lower Education, Less Walking for Transportation, Fun or Exercise 88% Percent of Adults Age 25+ 90% 85% 78% 80% 80% High School 75% Graduate or Less 70% Some College 65% College Graduate 60% 55% 50% High School Some College College Graduate or Graduate Less Educaiton Level CompletedSource: CHIS 2009 (Marin County)
    • 26. 10% difference between adults with a collegedegree and adultswith high school or less
    • 27. Top 4 Most Physically Active Communities3. San Anselmo4. Mill Valley5. Belvedere6. Larkspur
    • 28. Adult Active Living Outcomes
    • 29. + Overweight or Obese Adults Age 25 in Marin County 50% 48% 48%Percent of Adults 46% 44% 42% 40% 42% 38% 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 YearSource: CHIS 2001-2009
    • 30. Almost 1 in 2 adults areoverweight or obese
    • 31. And There are Disparities
    • 32. Source: CHIS 2007-2009
    • 33. Adults with lower income are 60%more likely to be overweight or obese
    • 34. Source: CHIS 2007-2009
    • 35. Adults with lower education levelsare more likely tobe overweight or obese
    • 36. Top 3 Neighborhoods with the Highest Prevalence of Obesity 1. San Marin 2. Ignacio 3. Canal

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