The Fresno Alcohol Map is a project of the Fresno Youth Council for Sustainable Communities (FYCSC). Using the data provided by California Department of Alcoholic and Beverage Control FYSCS was able obtain data for all locations in Fresno that are licensed for off-site alcohol sales.. During the councils research phase, they were stunned to see the amount of liquor stores that surrounded their schools and their fellow peers. The map consists of all Fresno Unified High Schools (blue pin drop) and is overlaid with liquor outlets that are in a 1 mile radius of each high school. This map below shows the density of liquor stores (red dots) for each high school. This map is a tool for people to use and educate others on the growing population of liquor stores.
FYSCS is guided by the philosophy that primary prevention is critical to addressing health disparities and inequities because it focuses on changes in the economic, social, cultural, and physical environments, which has proven to be the most effective way to stop illness and injury before they occur. Primary prevention aims to make changes in the community at the population level rather than the individual level, one person at a time. By taking this approach, we can positively effect change for many more people in Fresno with less effort and resources.Read more: Fresno Alcohol Map (FAM)
The Fresno Alcohol Map is a project of the Fresno Youth Council for Sustainable Communities. Using the data provided by California Department of Alcoholic and Beverage Control to create a map. This map consists of all Fresno Unified High Schools (blue pin drop) and is overlaid with liquor outlets that are in a 1 mile radius of each high school. This map below shows the density of liquor stores for each high school.
Students United to Create a Climate of Engagement, Support and Safety (SUCCESS) is an effort of the Building Healthy Communities (BHC) Youth Engagement Team (YET).
The YET are youth and their adult partners committed to making positive and sustainable changes in their school communities. The team aims to develop strategies that promote a safe and participatory school climate for optimal social, emotional, and academic learning.Read more: SUCCESS Fresno
The Center for Multicultural Cooperation, California Center for Civic Participation, and iSEED, are pleased to announce Youth Councils for Sustainable Communities in Fresno, Sacramento and the Bay Area.
Schedule (Subject to Change)
- Recruitment and Council Member Selection – November - December 2013
- Recruitment and Council Member Selection – March 2012
- California State Youth Summit- March 10, 2012 Los Angeles, USC 8am-5pm
- Southwest Fresno Community Garden Planning Charette- March 20, 2012 Edison H.S 4:30pm-7:00pm
- Central Valley Regional Youth Sustainability Summit – April 28, 2012 CSU Fresno 8am-2pm
- After School Meetings for Learning/Exploring – Weekly Through May 15, 2012
- Statewide Capitol Focus Policy Conference – May 22-24, 2012
- Summer Mini-Internships – June-August 2011 (Flexible Schedule)
Bus Tracker is an award-winning tool for the Fresno community to report and track incidents on the FAX bus system.
The data collected from Bus Tracker informs the City of Fresno on ways the bus system can be improved. The project relies heavily on community-driven data, which is collected, sorted and displayed on an easy-to-use interactive map that's made available to the public on the official Web site. While the information is not directly tied to the Fresno Area Express, Fresno's metropolitan bus service, the information is provided as a report to that city department.
In Feb 2012, BusTracker won "coolest app" award at the State of California's Government Mobility Conference.Read more: BusTracker