WalkDenver is thankful for you and your support this Thanksgiving.
Since we began, WalkDenver has received support from over 500
volunteers. We have also received commitments from many of you who are interested in volunteering for a Walkability Audit using our new mobile technology. We wanted to share with you the success of the projects that the volunteers have been involved in.The Jefferson Park neighborhood has welcomed several new local businesses, creating walkable destinations in the community. Sonny Lawson Park in Five Points is receiving a face-lift including new playground and pedestrian amenities in the park. All this because of the hard work of volunteers!WalkDenver wouldn’t be where it is today without your support. Working together, we are on our way to making Denver the most walkable city in America.
Today, we would like to invite you to participate in our short survey – included at the bottom of this email. This survey will help us to better understand what all of you think about the state of walkability in Denver. Additionally, if you haven’t volunteered for a Walkability Audit yet, this is your opportunity!
Your help and ongoing support is invaluable to us, and we extend our most heartfelt thanks to you.