The City Of SeaTac Wants You To Go For A Walk; Publishes Walking Map


The City of SeaTac recently published a Walking Map, meant for anyone who resides, works or visits the city to “get them to connect to the community, live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy local businesses, parks and amenities,” according to a press release.

“We are committed to making it easier to walk and explore,” said Todd Cutts, city manager. “SeaTac’s Neighborhood Sidewalk Program is building a network of sidewalks and paths creating access to schools, transit and trails. This new map helps discover access to healthy living whether you are walking to a local park or to the corner store.”

The SeaTac Walking Map is available online here (PDF file), as well as at City Hall, the Community Center and the Seattle Southside Visitors Center. The map was made possible by a grant from Public Health – Seattle & King County’s Communities Putting Prevention to Work program.

Here’s what the map looks like – click image to see a larger version (or download the PDF here):

“This is an exciting opportunity for residents and visitors to SeaTac to make healthy choices and better enable residents and visitors to discover our wonderful community,” said Mia Gregerson, Councilmember Gregerson and member of the Highline Healthy Communities Coaltion.

Communities Putting Prevention to Work (CPPW) is a national initiative to prevent chronic disease and promote health through policy, systems and environment changes. Public Health – Seattle & King County is one of 55 sites throughout the United States awarded grant funding through the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC). The initiative is tackling obesity and tobacco use, the leading causes of preventable death in our nation.


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  1. Ron Bensley, Jr. says:

    The publication of a Walking Map for our city is very useful for our residents who wish to get more exercise by walking.

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