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Feet First began in 1995 as a group of citizens and professionals interested in promoting walkable communities. In 2001, we became an official 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Today, we’re a fast-growing organization with passionate board members, staff, and volunteers supporting our vision of creating more places to walk in order for people to connect by walking for their health, transportation, environment, community, and pleasure.
A floating bus stop and protected bike lane on Dexter Avenue. (Photo by Adam Coppola)
Feet First believes in walkable places to improve our quality of life--communities with safe walking conditions, nearby jobs, stores, services, parks and gathering places, all connected to each other by frequent and reliable transit. We know we have far to go to reach that vision, and the...
This November, Seattle voters will have the opportunity to vote YES on ballot Proposition 1, a nine-year transportation levy. Proposition 1 would replace the expiring “Bridging the Gap” levy that has funded nearly twenty-five percent of the Seattle Department of Transportation’s work for the past nine years. Voters concerned about walkability...