Resources: Webinars & Presentations
How to Conduct a Walk Audit 1:00 pm 6/25/20
Whether you are a resident, community organizer, or decision-maker, you can use walk audits as a tool to document and address opportunities and challenges to creating a great walking and biking environment in your community. This webinar will explain what a walk audit is, how to conduct one, and tools and tips to advocate for improvements.
- Molly Wagner, Project Manager, WALKSacramento
- Jarah Crowner, Policy & Program Analyst, UC Berkeley Safe Transportation Research and Education Center
- Webinar Slides
- Walk Audit Toolkit 8.5 x 11
- Walk Audit Toolkit Printable Workbook
- UC Berkley SafeTREC Street Story Tool
Improving Health Through Safe Routes to Parks and Healthy Retail, Webinar 4/29/20
Through joint efforts between the Sacramento County Department of Public Health and WALKSacramento we are thrilled to have community-based organizations, government agencies, and other community allies learn how safe routes to parks and retail can help improve health outcomes. (Recording, Slides)
Embarking on ‘Slow Streets’ during COVID-19, California Department of Public Health Webinar 5/29/2020
Have you ever wondered how to implement “slow streets” in your community? Many communities do not have the space for residents to move around while implementing social distancing. Sidewalks, if there are any at all, are not big enough for staying active while social distancing. “Slow streets” provides an opportunity to move around safely, and this webinar will help you learn the key steps to getting started. Molly Wagner from Walk Sacramento will be sharing how to get involved with starting “slow streets” and answering any questions you may have. We hope you can join! (Recording, Slides)
Healthy Places Index, California Active Transportation Resource Center Webinar 2/20/2020
WALKSacramento presented in an Active Transportation Resource Center webinar about how to effectively use the Healthy Places Index (HPI) in ATP Cycle 5 applications. Webinar attendees included local agency transportation and planning staff who had limited experience with HPI. Participants learned how to make the connection between active transportation and improved health outcomes in order to create stronger ATP applications. (Recording, Slides)
Check back soon for more resources!