For this dissertation project, the University of Colorado, Denver partnered with the Stapleton 2040, Partners for Health and representatives from five different neighborhoods in a community-based participatory research effort called Taking Neighborhood Health to Heart. Among the five neighborhoods included in this study was Stapleton, CO, the largest urban renewal project in the U.S. that started developing in 2001, replacing the previous Denver airport. One of the guiding principles for the redevelopment was to connect the Stapleton open and green spaces with four long established adjacent neighborhoods. This study engaged community stakeholders in answering the question of what interventions are appropriate for increasing youth physical activity in diverse safety contexts in these four neighborhoods. Additionally, this study answered the question of whether different demographic groups within the same context have similar or unique set of solutions. The study purposefully included people from different racial and ethnic groups to see how these groups conceptualize relevant interventions.