From real estate values, retail sales and crime reduction to measurable health improvements, walking and walkability are what’s good for U.S. cities.
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From toddlers to near centenarians, walkers of all ages, fitness levels and communities join together for healthy fun
Nearly 200 students at Lakemont Elementary School walked with elected officials, parents and teachers on a gorgeous fall “Walktober” day to mark International Walk to School Day.
Breathe Free Winter Park is gaining popularity among diners and restaurant managers alike. See why in this short video featuring local families, The Coop and Panera Bread.
In addition to increasing property values and reducing crime (more “eyes on the streets”), walkable communities offer residents significant mental and physical health benefits.
$25,000 awarded to eleven uniquely qualified grantee projects.
So far, nearly 30 local restaurants are now 100% smoke free. Speak up and let your favorite restaurant know that you prefer smoke-free patio dining.
More than 160 participants attended the third annual Health Innovation Grants Workshop, many hoping to be successful in receiving one of the mini-grants totaling $25,000.
All over town children, parents and community leaders are coming together to bike and walk to school.
Biking Works – Winter Park’s 1st Bike to Work Day signs up 108 riders.