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Oregon Walks is dedicated to promoting walking and making the conditions for walking safe, convenient and attractive throughout Oregon.

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Portland Public Schools Safe Routes to School walk at Scott Elementary

How Do We Make Our Streets Safer?

We partner with community-based groups and organizations to listen and learn what walking issues are important to them.

 

We advocate with our partners for better laws, more sidewalks and signed crosswalks, education programs, community improvements designed for pedestrians, and increased funding to support these activities.

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Postponed: 2020 Walkstar Awards

By Izzy | March 25, 2020

We are postponing the 2020 Walkstar Awards due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Please stay tuned for more information as we work on rescheduling the event. During this time of social distancing, school and business shutdowns, and anxiety about what the future holds — all Oregonians are being impacted by Covid-19 pandemic. Oregon Walks is here …

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2020 Community Challenge Walking Grants: Oregon Edition

By Izzy | February 24, 2020

Oregon Walks is thrilled to announce the 2020 Community Challenge Walking Grants: Oregon Edition This year, we have awarded five grantees with small grants to seed walking projects. The awardees are as follows: Beyond Black CDC is an African American/ Black Community Development Corporation that aims to strengthen the African American/Black community in Rockwood by …

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2019 Highlights

By Izzy | January 14, 2020

Happy 2020 Friends!   As we walk into this new year, I feel incredibly grateful for the work of walkstars like you who are helping Oregon Walks fight to promote walking as a climate justice, health justice, and transportation justice issue. Soon, we’ll be sending out our 2019 annual report, but in the meantime, I …

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