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Blue River Parkway Master Planning Meeting (Blue Ridge)

Blue Ridge Public Library 9253 Blue Ridge Blvd, Kansas City

As part of Jackson County’s commitment to enhance quality of life for all residents and build a better, more equitable community, the County is currently working on creating a new Master Plan for the Blue River Parkway. The plan will explore and document the park’s value to the community as place for recreation, enjoyment, and […]

Advocacy 102

Decision-makers need to hear from you. In Advocacy 102, we're going to tackle public meetings! At this interactive training, we will talk about: Researching topics and finding meeting details Tips for effective public speaking Following up and engaging further after the meeting Let us help you find your voice and get loud for people who walk, […]

Free

Blue River Parkway Master Planning Meeting (Hillcrest)

Hillcrest Community Center 10401 Hillcrest Rd, Kansas City

As part of Jackson County’s commitment to enhance quality of life for all residents and build a better, more equitable community, the County is currently working on creating a new Master Plan for the Blue River Parkway. The plan will explore and document the park’s value to the community as place for recreation, enjoyment, and […]

I-70 Walk Audits

How do you cross I-70 now? What would make it safer for people who walk, bike, and take the bus? Third District Councilwoman Melissa Robinson, BikeWalkKC, the City of KCMO, Missouri Department of Transportation, and others are coming together to conduct a walk audit of the crossings along a key stretch of the I-70 corridor from The Paseo […]

Free

10th Annual Community Development Workshop

The Community Development Workshop (CDW) is presented in partnership with several Kansas City, MO and Kansas City, KS nonprofits. The workshop has provided an annual opportunity to learn with leaders in community development, collaborate with other neighborhood change-makers, and be empowered to transform your community. The CDW is open to anyone who is seeking to […]

Advocacy 103: Building a Coalition

Does advocacy feel like lonely work? It doesn't have to! When people work together, their diverse perspectives about common interests develop stronger ideas and create more enduring change than any one person could do alone. In Advocacy 103: Building a Coalition, we will talk about: How to connect with like-minded individuals and organizations How to […]

Free

Open House – new NKC Shared Use Path

Rabbit Hole 919 E. 14th Street, North Kansas City

North Kansas City continues walking and biking enhancements by planning for a shared use path along Interstate 29 to connect the Rabbit hOle on 14th Avenue and the cycle track on Diamond Parkway. The shared use path will contribute to the safe and multimodal transportation network that reflects community priorities for increasing connectivity, accommodating all […]

Advocacy 104: Working with Government Staff and Elected Officials

How do you envision the future for your community? Whether it's greener neighborhoods, smooth sidewalks, or connected bike paths, government staff and elected officials can be the key to unlocking all that potential. In Advocacy 104, we will talk about: Which government partners can help you achieve your goals How to build productive relationship with […]

Free

Money Talks for Safer Streets

BikeWalkKC Office 1106 E. 30th Street, Suite G, Kansas City

Budget advocacy training for Kansas Citians who want safer streets The City of Kansas City, Missouri has lots of important factors to consider when writing an annual budget, and safer streets address many of them by helping neighbors build strong relationships, economic power, and lasting resiliency. This advocacy training will equip residents with tools to […]

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