Dan Burden, Civic Visionary and Walkability Expert at Blue Zones
Mark Hinshaw, FAIA | AIA Seattle Senior Development Program Manager, Seattle Housing Authority & Urban Design Principal, Walker Macy landscape architects
Opening Remarks from Redmond Mayor John Marchione
Feet First hosts the state's only Walkable Washington Symposium & Awards event to support healthy, livable, and walkable communities. Three sessions moderated by experts highlighting projects focusing on:
Design and Engineering Moderated by Peg Staeheli, ASLA, PLA Principal, SvR Design Company
SPEAKERS: Walkability Assessment Using STAR Communities Metrics Rachel Miller, Senior Associate, Planner/Urban Designer, MAKERS architecture & urban design
The Lakewood Station Connection Troy Pokswinski, P.E., Associate Civil Engineer II, Public Works Department, City of Lakewood
The Design of Langley's Second Street Phuong Nguyen, ASLA, EGD, Landscape Designer, KPG Interdisciplinary Design
Advocacy and Encouragement Moderated by Toby Crittenden, Executive Director, Washington Bus
SPEAKERS: Connecting People With Places John Hoey, Washington State Program Manager, The Trust for Public Land
Yakima County Complete Streets Policy Shawn Conrad, Senior Community Planner at Yakima Valley Conference of Governments
Bellevue Sidewalk Dreams to Reality Barbara Spindel, Co-Chair of Newport Sidewalk Committee
Vision and Planning Moderated by Kim Becklund, Transportation Policy Advisor, City of Bellevue
SPEAKERS: Connecting Sidewalks and Transit Ridership Dan Rowe, Transportation Planner, King County Metro
Making Plans for the Cross Kirkland Corridor Kathy Brown, City of Kirkland, Public Works Director and Kari Page City of Kirkland, Neighborhood Outreach Coordinator
Policies Supporting Spokane's New Crosswalk Ordinance Spokane City Councilmember, Candace Mumm
Over 100 leaders, planners, engineers, educators, and advocates from across the state attend this event to educate, energize, and inspire the next generation of leaders. Last year's symposium sold out. Please register today for this unique learning and networking opportunity.
The Walkable Washington Symposium & Awards provides 3.5 continuing education credits for AICP professionals.
The symposium incorporates a WALKshop the Redmond Central Connector to be led by Senior Parks Planner, Carolyn Hope.