In September, we explored young people's conceptions of and desires for 15-minute neighborhoods. In a 15-minute neighborhood, people can access their basic needs (parks, food, etc.) within 15 minutes of walking, biking, or transit. We worked with children in Whittier International Elementary School's English Language Learners class, an after school program at the Manhattan public housing site, and at Casey Middle School.
- Growing Up Boulder's Report (see below)
- Child in the City Blog: Young People's Perspectives on "15 Minute Neighborhoods"
- BikeLife magazine's article on 15-Minute Neighborhoods featuring Growing Up Boulder here.
- Growing Up Boulder's Detailed Site Reports: