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
January’s Recommended Kent-Area Walk of the Month
Continuing with our series of walks to keep you going this winter – here’s another walk from our Neighborhood Walking Ambassadors in Kent! We encourage you to keep walking through
December’s Recommended Featured Kent-area Walk of the Month
Continuing with our series of walks to keep you going throughout the winter months – here’s another one from our Neighborhood Walking Ambassadors in Kent!We want to encourage you to keep walk
November’s Recommended Featured Kent-area Walk of the Month
Feet First’s Walking Ambassadors in Kent led a series of successful remotely distanced walks despite the pandemic this year. Now that the Feet First Wednesday walks in Kent are over
Aging into Activity: Walking for Health, Safety in Older Adults
Did you know? The demographic makeup of the U.S is about to look very different in the next few decades. We already have one of the oldest populations in the
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
Alternatives to Police Traffic Safety Enforcement
In the wake of the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police and the resulting Black Lives Matter protests, the Seattle City Council is currently looking at dramatic reductions in
Feet First Statewide Advocacy Network Lead Mike McGinn hired as Executive Director of America Walks
Announced Friday, Feet First’s Statewide Advocacy Network director Mike McGinn will be the new director of America Walks. The Feet First board congratulates Mike McGinn on the new position and
Socially-Distanced Walking with Feet First Proven Possible in Kent
Feet First’s Neighborhood Walking Ambassador Chris Ensor host socially-distanced group walk in Kent for people to enjoy the outdoor safely during the pandemic.
Time to End All the Curfews
Cities and towns across Washington have instituted curfews that needlessly impinge on people’s freedom of mobility, particularly for those whose primary means of transportation are walking, cycling, and public transportation.
Our Communities are Not Walkable in the Absence of Racial Justice
Feet First is a statewide organization that promotes walkable communities in Washington. In the last few weeks we have seen again and again that our black neighbors are denied the
Celebrate Jane’s Walk Festival with Us!
Each year, Feet First participates in Jane’s Walks, an annual worldwide celebration of community-led walking in honor of Jane Jacobs. While the coronavirus prevents us from hosting our regular group walks