New Urban Connector Trail in Seattle

Urban League Building

By Jonathan Freedman, Feet First Policy Committee Urban trails are a great way to explore and learn about cities. Feet First is honored to be a part of a new trail under development that will connect Seattle’s Chinatown-International District to the Central District. The project is co-led by the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian […]

#GiveBig on May 10

Walkable communities are healthier, safer, and more economically vibrant. Feet First’s mission, since 2001, is to help people create walkable neighborhoods. Your support is essential to our success and that’s why we’re asking for your help during #GiveBig on May 10. Thank you!   Here are a few of the ways Feet First makes a […]

Rainier Beach and Columbia City DRAFT Walking Map

DEADLINE TO RESPOND EXTENDED! RETURN COMMENTS BY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2014.   Feet First has been hired through a grant received by Bike Works from the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods to create the first Neighborhoods on Foot walking/biking map for Rainier Beach and Columbia City.   The map is intended to: • Get more people […]

Case Study in Walkability: Olympic Hills Elementary

This post follows the progress of the School Design Advisory Team (SDAT) at Olympic Hills Elementary in Northeast Seattle, where planning is underway for a new school building that will open in 2017. Jen Cole, Safe Routes to School Director for Feet First, is on the SDAT and has been contributing to conversations about walkability […]

Sound Access for All Campaign

Championing Safe & Easy Ways to Access Sound Transit Link Light Rail Stations by Foot [portfolio_slideshow id=4586] Thanks to a grant from the Bullitt Foundation, our Sound Access for All (SAFA) campaign is underway with the main goal to encourage Sound Transit and local jurisdictions to design facilities and adopt policies to encourage people to […]