Past Events from May 23, 2024 – May 23, 2024 – BikeWalkKC
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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 […]

Growing Community in Ivanhoe

Everything's coming up roses in Ivanhoe! The way we build our cities can either connect us or divide us. When Alan and Yolanda Young first moved to the Ivanhoe neighborhood in the 1980s, they "had to drive to Timbuktu" to find fresh, healthy food. So they dug deep and started growing food for their family […]


Greens, Beans, and Bikes!

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

Ivanhoe is a cornucopia of community! BikeWalkKC members are invited to a special bike tour of urban agriculture in the Ivanhoe neighborhood of Kansas City, Missouri. After leaving BikeWalkKC, we will stop at Young Family Farm, where three generations work together to promote healthy connections with land and with their neighbors. At Ivanhoe Farmer's Market, we will […]


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 […]

Taking It to the Streets: Rethinking Mobility in America’s Cities

Central KC Library 14 West 10th St., Kansas City

An event from the Kansas City Public Library A little more than a century ago, cars were introduced to our cityscape, dramatically changing the nature of streets as places for walking. Through societal shifts and new design priorities, they became urban thoroughfares built for speed. In the latest installment of the Library’s Making a Great City series, […]


Let’s Talk: Gillham Complete Streets Report

The Gillham Complete Streets project was the first of its kind in Kansas City, Missouri: four miles of protected, two-way cycle track through residential and business districts. When the construction dust settled, BikeWalkKC started asking questions: Do more people walk and bike along this corridor? Has the new infrastructure impacted safety? What lessons should planners […]


Finding Joy in the Hard Work (BWKC Member Event)

Anita B Gorman Conservation Center 4750 Troost Avenue, Kansas City

What if you could embody your passion for a better world in an uplifting, resilient way? What if you could trust that if you release one commitment, someone else will step in to share in the work? We will give you a hint: "work in isolation because you are the only one in the fight" […]


N. Broadway Open House (KCMO)

Oak Park High School 825 NE 79th Terrace, Kansas City

This is a City of Kansas City, Missouri event The City of KCMO is looking to expand multimodal transportation options in the Northland. City leaders have been working to develop safety improvements for N. Broadway, specifically the segment from North of Gladstone city limits to NW Barry Rd. The goal of this project is to upgrade […]

NKC Levee Trail Open House

North Kansas City YMCA 1999 Iron St., North Kansas City

This is a City of North Kansas City, MO event Join the City of North Kansas City at the second Open House for the Riverfront Levee Trail Feasibility study on Monday, March 4. The project team has compiled the findings from the first open house with steering committee feedback, stakeholder interviews, and expert research. Stop […]

Inclusive Transportation with Veronica O. Davis

iWerx 1520 Clay St., North Kansas City

"How do you change a system that was never designed to be equitable?" On April 23, BikeWalkKC will host an in-person conversation with Veronica O. Davis, author of Inclusive Transportation: A Manifesto for Repairing Divided Communities. The event will be held at iWerx in North Kansas City. Event proceeds will support BikeWalkKC’s pro-bono community planning […]

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