Like walking for health? How walkable is your community?

8 a.m.- Saturday, July 19th , Victor Central High School Auditorium High Street, off NYS Route 96 in the Village of Victor

Come to a community workshop and decide for yourselves!

Everyone benefits from walking. But walking needs to be safe and easy. Take a walk with your child or friends and use this workshop to decide if your neighborhood is a friendly place to walk. Take heart if you find problems, there are ways you can make things better.

Dan Burden is the founder of Walkable Communities, Inc. a non-profit consulting firm in High Springs, Florida. He has spent the last twenty-five years developing, promoting and evaluating alternative transportation and sustainable communities at national, regional, state and local levels.

Getting started:

First, come to the workshop!

Second, pick a place to walk, like the route to school, a friendís house or just somewhere fun to go.

Third, review the workshop checklist before you go, and as you walk, note the locations of things you would like to change. At the end of your walk, if youíve identified any problem area, the next step is to figure out what you can do to improve your communityís score.

How walkable is your community? Come to the workshop and find out!

Please phone in your registration (585 742-5040) so we can plan a light breakfast!

8 a.m. til noon Saturday, July 19th Victor Central High School Auditorium On High Street, off NYS Route 96 in the Village of Victor

Sponsored by the Genesee Finger Lakes Regional Planning Council, the towns of Victor and Mendon, the villages of Bloomfield and Victor, Victor Hiking Trails, Victor Local Development Corporation, Environmental Design & Research, and Thompson Health.

Questions? Visit www.walkable.org or call (585) 742-5030

Advance registration appreciated! (585) 742-5040