ZION Development believes that to contribute to and enjoy our neighborhoods, neighbors must be healthy both physically and mentally. That means that neighbors must have good information about getting and staying healthy and it means they must also have access to quality health care that is affordable. Good health also means good recreation so we can keep our bodies fit and our minds rested from our other tasks. Furthermore, neighbors must also live in healthy neighborhoods – neighborhoods with clean air, safe water, appropriate trash and sewage removal and freedom from toxic materials including lead-based paint. Healthy neighborhoods also have a variety of recreational resources – parks, bike paths, sidewalks and walking paths and recreation centers.