The City of North Kansas City has a virtual town hall on Tuesday, September 22 at 6 p.m. Read on to learn more and how you can share your thoughts […]
The physical benefits of walking to school are well-documented, but what about the social perks? Join us for a talk with Je T’aime Taylor, Program Director at Rosedale Development Association, and Areiona King, Wyandotte County Safe Routes to School Coordinator.
Since the adoption of the Complete Streets ordinance in 2017, the City of KCMO has been working to find opportunities to improve the built environment for all road users. The […]
In its 40th year, the Kansas Heart & Sole Classic is a local tradition. With something for everyone, this race welcomes determined runners, enthusiastic walkers, and hundreds of young people […]
We are happy that the City of KCMO has now launched Open Streets KC. This will create a number of ways and places for people to effectively spread out and […]
It started with rainbows in the windows. In mid-March, social media and news outlets reported children around the world are making rainbows to hang in their street-facing windows to spread […]
The KCMO City Council’s Transportation Committee met this morning to discuss proposals to create more space for people to better adhere to social distancing guidelines as they walk, run, roll, […]
Ideas and resources for metro City Halls to make more space for people to get outside to maintain their physical and mental health during this crisis.
How do you move through your neighborhood? Do you feel comfortable walking, or is driving the only safe mode? Use these tips and resources to do your own walkability audit: […]
Connecting Communities, Overcoming Barriers (St. Louis, MO) Walking has the power to do many things: improve health, provide access, increase social engagement. What each of these has in common is […]