Sarah Ravlic, BA, MPlan

Sarah Ravlic, BA, MPlan

Healthy Community Planner

Sarah is a sustainability minded community planner, who believes that through innovative and authentic community engagement we can better express our deep connection to place and desires for a sustainable and healthy future. She is passionate about the need for high-quality public spaces in our communities, seeing them as integral to the social life and feelings of inclusion.

 

Sarah is a graduate of the Dalhousie University Master of Planning and University of Victoria Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies and Psychology programs. Her work experience brings a background in multi-stakeholder collaboration, community driven space design, First Nations community design projects, ageing-in-place focused rural community design, and active transportation advocacy.

Blog Posts

A place to call our own: The connection between community well-being and placemaking

A place to call our own: The connection between community well-being and placemaking

Oct. 16, 2018 in Articles
Place affects our health in multiple, powerful ways. In fact, it’s now known that the majority of individual health outcomes actually depend on the environment that we live in, rather than our genetic makeup (Raphael, 2009). However, ...
Focus on health: Making the most of the Housing Needs Assessment process

Focus on health: Making the most of the Housing Needs Assessment process

Jun. 29, 2018 in Articles
By Sarah Ravlic, MPlan   Healthy Housing in British ColumbiaThe province recently introduced legislation to make housing needs assessments mandatory for local governments. These assessments, intended to better support planning fo...