The Kenton County (Kentucky) Plan4Health Coalition (KCP4H) is working to provide access to nutritious food across the county. The Kenton County PLAN4Health Coalition is currently pursuing 4 initiatives: (1) a countywide assessment of food deserts—underserved neighborhoods with little or no access to healthy food due to mobility, availability, affordability, or a combination of the three; (2) a healthy corner store program aimed at providing healthier food options with urban corner stores; (3) a countywide outreach campaign to educate members of the public about healthy food options and; (4) forming a food policy working group in Kenton County to pursue future work related to food access.
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Success Story: April 2016 Success Story: September 2015 Home Gardens Flyer Healthy Corner Store Application
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Emi Randall, AICP, Director of Planning and Zoning at Planning Travis Miller discusses the Plan4Health coalition’s
and Development Services of Kenton County, KY. work in Kenton County, KY
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Center for Great Neighborhoods of Covington, Inc.
Kentucky Chapter of the American Planning Association
Northern Kentucky Health Department
OKI Regional Council of Governments
Planning & Development Services of Kenton County