PROMOTING WALKABLE COMMUNITIES
Feet First empowers communities throughout Washington State to create safe, healthy, and equitable public spaces for people walking and rolling.
What We Do
We host group walks and create walking resources that promote walking, raise awareness, and build communities.
- Walk Explorer
- Neighborhood On Foot Maps
- Group Walks
- Walk with Ease
We support laws, policies, programs, and capital spending to promote walking and rolling at both the state and local level.
- Feet First Policies
- Safe Routes to School
- Sound Access for All
- Statewide Advocacy Network
We are looking for volunteer support for:
- Organizing events
- Developing policy positions
- Writing social media and blog posts
- and more!
Our Latest Blog Posts
What if you couldn’t drive? What if taking the bus, riding a bike, walking, or asking for rides weren’t a choice you could make, but a necessity? What would it
In all 50 states and the District of Columbia, motorists may turn right on red at any intersection after coming to a full stop, unless right turns on red (RTOR)
Feet First supports new development that prioritizes pedestrian access and amenities, and in Seattle a wonderful amenity is the Burke-Gilman trail! Recently, Feet First worked with the developer of a
We have many ways for Washington residents to get involved with us. Check out how you can help.
Donations support advocacy, events, and programs aiming to end policies that harm pedestrians, promote non-motorized infrastructure, and build a network of people to help create walkable communities for all.