From the City of Edgewater and HEALthy Edgewater:
Our ability to comfortably walk throughout Edgewater is important to our quality of life including our health, environmental quality, and our local economy. Join neighbors and friends for a Walk Audit.
Focusing on a section near Lumberg Elementary, this group exercise will empower you to evaluate and provide input on what it’s like to walk for everyday trips, whether for work, school, errands, or exercise. Is it pleasant and inviting or does it feel unsafe and difficult?
We want to hear from you so please come join us for this important walk audit and provide your input. Your experience and impressions will help inform an Active Living Framework Plan to guide the work of the Jefferson County Active Living Coalition over the next two years.
Walk Audit Details
When: 10:00 a.m. – noon, Saturday May 7
Where: Meet south entrance of Lumberg Elementary
What do I need to bring: Comfortable walking shoes and weather-appropriate clothing.
Brought to you by a partnership between HEALthy Edgewater and the Jefferson County Active Living Coalition. The coalition is collecting data among communities to inform active living priorities in Jefferson County.
HEALthy Edgewater is a citizens coalition that works in collaboration with the City of Edgewater to create opportunities for Healthy Eating and Active Living in Edgewater.