At their February 8th meeting, the Iola City Council heard from Thrive Allen County staff and residents in support of the Complete Streets Policy.
The Iola City Council has enacted a Complete Streets Policy, ensuring that safe and convenient transportation options are considered for all future infrastructure projects in the city.
The Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City recently highlighted Allen County and Thrive in their “Local Health Buzz Blog”.
Thrive Allen County Executive Director David Toland recently spoke at the Connecting to Transform Communities Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The annual Thrive Allen County dinner and awards banquet is an opportunity to share our work and to honor people who’ve made a positive difference in our communities.
Mark Fenton, a nationally-recognized expert in public health, planning, and transportation issues, is visiting Allen County October 25-27, 2015.
The G&W Foods supermarket chain has submitted a letter of intent to build a new store in Iola, to be accompanied by housing, in a mixed-use development on the site of the former Allen County Hospital.
Thrive Allen County Executive Director David Toland spoke about Allen County’s growing trails system at this month’s See, Hear Iola presentation.
The Lehigh Portland Trail system has been in the news recently, featured in both the Iola Register newspaper and on KOAM television. Excitement is building!
Recently, Thrive Allen County Executive Director David Toland traveled to Great Bend, Kansas to meet with leaders in Barton County and discuss our work.
Thrive’s mission is to support and encourage programs, policies and resources that promote access to healthcare, healthy lifestyles, and positive community conversation that improves the well-being of residents of Allen County, Kansas.
Thrive Allen County
9 South Jefferson Avenue
Iola, KS 66749