The Crestline Police Department (CPD) has been awarded a wellness grant, allowing them to invest in the well-being of both their personnel and the community. This grant will enable CPD to implement a variety of initiatives to promote a culture of health and wellness, including two road closings to facilitate bicycle and pedestrian traffic.
In order to ensure the safety of their officers and the public, CPD has been granted a generous sum of money to implement health-promoting programs and procedures. This grant will enable CPD to undertake numerous activities to promote the health and wellness of both their personnel and the community.
Among the programs and activities funded by this grant are two road closings to enable bicycle and pedestrian traffic. CPD will be shutting down two roads in order to create a safe and accessible route for cyclists and pedestrians. This will allow for the safe and efficient movement of cyclists and pedestrians throughout the community, while simultaneously promoting a culture of health and wellness.
In addition to the road closings, CPD will be utilizing the grant to fund a variety of initiatives that foster healthy lifestyles and physical activity. This includes the creation of a health and wellness committee, the promotion of healthy eating habits, and the development of programs to support physical activity.
CPD’s commitment to promoting a culture of health and wellness is an admirable example of their dedication to the safety and well-being of their personnel and the community. The awarding of this grant is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the CPD staff, and their commitment to improving the quality of life for the people of Crestline.