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Oregon County-Led HIAs

The Oregon HIA Programs has been providing funding and technical support for local health jurisdictions and tribal public health authorities to conduct HIAs in their own communities since 2010. A competitive funding opportunity is opened annually in September with support form the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's Healthy Community Design Initiative.

Oregon communities have conducted HIAs on housing policies, transportation plans and policies, parks development, land use changes, and tobacco policies.

The HIA Program provides in-person trainings, analytic support including mapping, and an Oregon-specific HIA guide. Available here: 2015 Rapid HIA Toolkit (pdf)


Oregon HIA Program-supported HIAs

  • Washington County Transportation Futures Study Health Impact Assessment (2016)
  • Improving Community Health in Crook County through Pedestrian Design: A Rapid Health Impact Assessment of Prineville’s Highway 26 Streetscape Improvement Project (2016) Crook County HIA full report_final.pdfCrook County HIA.pdf 
  • Improving Health and Mobility in Clatsop County: A Rapid Health Impact Assessment of the Clatsop County Multi-Use Paved Path Concept (2016) Clatsop County HIA full report_final.pdfClatsop County HIA.pdf
  • Klamath County Tobacco Retail License HIA (2015) TRL_HIA.pdfTRL_HIA.pdf
  • Lane County HIA of the Eugene/Springfield Affordable Housing Strategic Plan (2014) Central Lane HIA.pdfCentral Lane HIA.pdf
  • Deschutes County's HIA on a chapter of the Deschutes County Comprehensive Plan 2010-2030 (2010) Tumalo Plan HIA.pdfTumalo Plan HIA.pdf

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