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NashVitality

NashVitality is a local campaign that celebrates the spirit creating a healthy, active and green cityNashVitality. NashVitality was made possible through funding from a Communities Putting Prevention to Work (CPPW) grant awarded to the Metro Public Health Department by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The CPPW grant addressed one of the leading preventable causes of premature death and disability - obesity. CPPW Nashville created greater access to nutritious foods and safe physical activity, through policy, systems and environmental change, where we live, work, learn, worship and play. To learn about the program implemented by the CPPW grant, visit NashVitality.org

NashVitality Mobile App

nashvitality mobile app The NashVitality app is a mobile guide to a healthy, active and green lifestyle in Nashville. Inside this app there are interactive maps for all types of activities including walking, hiking, biking, water access, and much more. Plus, learn about how to be greener with tools such as where to recycle or what incentives are available to be more energy efficient. Every section of the app has the "Explore Near Me" option which when clicked will display all category results in your immediate vicinity.

Downloading the new NashVitality app is simple. Go to the Apple App Store or Google Play from your iPhone, iPad, or android device and type "NashVitality" into the Search display. Select NashVitality app and click Install. learn more about the app by downloading the NashVitality Video.

The NashVitality mobile app was a project led by the Mayor’s Office to promote energy efficiency as well as healthy living in line with the goals of Nashville’s CPPW campaign.
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Development of the NashVitality mobile app was funded through the U.S. Department of Energy as part of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) program, also part of ARRA. Metro Nashville was awarded funding through the EECBG program to develop, promote, implement, and manage energy efficiency and conservation projects.