To promote its upcoming Healthy Communities Summit, September 20-21 in Atlanta, Georgia, the Congress for the New Urbanism Atlanta Chapter is hosting a three part blog series focused on code reform and public health, health impact assessments, and health districts. TSW’s Caleb Racicot, along with James Fowler of Kimley-Horn and Associates, developed the article, “How Code Reform Can Improve Public Health in the Atlanta Region” as part of the blog series.

Check the CNU Atlanta website over the next few days for additional posts and for more on the Healthy Communities Summit.

Code Reform and Public Health
Development in Downtown Woodstock has been guided by a form-based code for nearly a decade.