Physical Activity & Nutrition (PAN) Resources

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Physical Activity and Nutrition are priorities in Wauwatosa's 2018-2022 Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP). Visit our CHIP to learn how you can get involved in making Wauwatosa a healthier community.

Nutrition Resources

Women Infants and Children (WIC) Program

Wauwatosa parents that are eligible for WIC services may utilize the West Allis Health Department WIC program. Call 414-302-8642 to schedule an appointment.Farmer's Market 

Tosa Farmer's Market

The Wauwatosa Farmer's Market runs annually from June through October. The Health Department participates in the Power of Produce (PoP) program to help introduce children to fruits and vegetables. Look for our booth on select dates to see how your children can earn PoP tokens.

 

Physical Activity

Wauwatosa Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan

Wauwatosa is committed to creating a community where biking and walking are integral to improving quality of life. The Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Committee meets monthly to continue work on implementation of the plan to make Wauwatosa safer for bicyclists and pedestrians.

Wauwatosa Recreation Department

Visit the Wauwatosa Recreation Department for a current list of programs and activities to help you and your family become more active.

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