New York City American Heart Association (AHA)

Physical education assessment and accountability measurements were approved by the New York City Council to determine where more resources are needed to ensure every child has access to effective PE. – Legislative

New York City American Heart Association (AHA)

A Street Design Checklist bill was passed by the New York City Council, making the city’s complete streets policy official. – Legislative

New York American Heart Association (AHA)

New York City became the first city in the Northeast to pass legislation requiring restaurants to automatically serve kids’ meals with healthy drink options. – Legislative

New York City American Heart Association (AHA)

The New York City allocated an additional $101 million to expand the City’s greenway through East Harlem. –  Legislative

New York City American Heart Association (AHA)

New York City secured an additional $39.8 million in physical education appropriations to help hire additional certified physical education teachers. – Legislative

New York City American Heart Association (AHA)

New York City allocated $21 million to support physical education programs for the city’s 1.16 million students. – Legislative

New York City American Heart Association (AHA)

New York City allocated additional funding to physical education, investing approximately $385 million over four years to support capital improvements for physical education programs. – Legislative

New York City American Heart Association (AHA)

New York City Capital Budget was approved, including $100 million of initial funding to create a seamless greenway along the waterfront of the East Side of Manhattan. – Legislative

New York American Heart Association (AHA)

New York AB 3009C, an appropriations bill, allocated $200 million to fund the Empire State Trail System throughout the state. – Legislative

New York City American Heart Association (AHA)

New York City, NY, secured $9 million in physical education appropriations. – Executive Order