Volunteers Needed to Walk our Talk on the Move Seattle Levy

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The Move Seattle Levy, Proposition 1 on this November’s ballot, contains over $105 million in pedestrian-oriented projects in Seattle that will:

  • repair damaged sidewalks in urban centers and villages
  • build new sidewalks, especially those along transit corridors
  • retrofit curb ramp and crossing improvements
  • repaint crosswalks regularly
  • improve school walking routes
  • rehabilitate stairways
  • construct access to transit stations
  • install pedestrian countdown crossing signals

 

The Levy is a game-changer for making Seattle a safe, more accessible, and inviting place for people to walk.

 

We need your volunteer help at the following events to support the campaign:

  • Phone Banks on Thursday, October 1 and Monday, October 12
  • Neighborhood Canvases on Saturday, October 17 and Saturday October 24
  • Other Media Events in October ” exact dates to be determined
  • Letters to the Editor/Neighborhood Blogs

 

 

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Let’s walk our talk over the next few weeks. Please send your name, phone number and which event(s) you can help out with to info@feetfirst.org

When you volunteer you’ll receive a coveted Feet First T-shirt as a way to show our thanks for helping us make our communities more walkable.

Thank you for your donation!

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Your donation will help us to:

put on neighborhood walks and provide walking resources

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

host events and programs focused on improving walkability