People cross the street in a crosswalk in a downtown area with tall buildings

Fake Your Commute

Can a daily commute actually be good for us? COVID-19 has many of us stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t “commute” anyways. Before COVID-19 hit, commuting to

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Capitol Building in Washington

2021 Legislative Agenda

Feet First believes in walkable places to improve our quality of life – communities with safe walking conditions, nearby jobs, services, and parks, all connected to each other by frequent

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Feet First Walks in Kent

20 Feet First walkers enjoyed a socially distanced walk last week from the Three Friends Fishing Hole in Kent. Our continued thanks to Chris Ensor and the other Feet First

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raise awareness throughout Washington about the benefits of walkable communities and rights of the pedestrians

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