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Get Involved

Get Involved

WalkBoston is stronger when our supporters are active and vocal in advancing the goal of making Massachusetts more walkable. You play a vital role in making sure our communities are walker-friendly.

Ways to help:

Part of a local group working on walking?

Events

30th Annual Celebration &
Golden Shoe Awards
Wed Sept 23 at 5pm | On Zoom

WalkBoston is celebrating 30 years of making Massachusetts safer and easier to walk. This year’s keynote speaker is Mark Fenton, a nationally recognized public health, planning, and transportation consultant, an advocate for active transportation, and former host of the “America’s Walking” series on PBS television. Thank you for all your support over the years: we look forward to celebrating with you!

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Below are WalkBoston events and selected public meetings that will impact walkability. Let us know if there is another event, public meeting or advocacy effort related to walking or active transportation that should be posted here.

Each March, we hold our Annual Celebration to celebrate achievements and to recognize the contributions from our board members, individual supporters and corporate members. The presentation of our Golden Shoe Awards is an integral part of the annual celebration. The Golden Shoes recognize individuals, agencies, municipalities and companies exemplifying the ideals of WalkBoston’s mission.

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Past Events

Walkability and Main Street Resilience
June 24, 1pmVIEW THE RECORDING

Join WalkBoston, main streets and municipal representatives on June 24th at 1pm to discuss how small, local businesses influence walkability. Through the panel, you will also learn how you can support local businesses to secure long-term neighborhood walkability during and after COVID-19.
Featuring: Che Anderson, City of Worcester; Alia Hamada Forrest, Roslindale Village Main Street
Moderated by Stacey Beuttell, WalkBoston

View the Recording | Learn More