Residents of Sioux Falls can participate in helping their city become more "fit!" A city health initiative is expanding to see whether neighborhoods have safe and smooth sidewalks, and as a way to find out, officials will let the neighbors do the walking. Health officials are introducing an event they call a “walk audit” to examine the quality of the pedestrian experience in Sioux Falls. This initiative is a part of the Live Well Sioux Falls initiative.
The first walk audit was held on Saturday, June 9th, in the Cathedral Historic District. The second walk audit will be part of a two-day conference June 19-20 at the Holiday Inn City Centre and downtown public library. A seminar opens the conference at 1 p.m. June 19 with the walk to follow at 2:30 p.m. For more information about the walk audit, CLICK HERE.