Safety First

Celebrate Walktober and Pedestrian Safety Month all Month Long

Walking is a great way to get the physical activity needed to obtain health benefits. Walking does not require any special skills. It also does not require a gym membership or expensive equipment. A single bout of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity can improve sleep, memory, and the ability to think and learn. It also reduces anxiety symptoms, improves balance and cardiovascular circulation. 

Need inspiration to walk more? Join a local walking group for encouragement, socialization and more. Walking to school with your family and neighbors is a good place to start. For our older residents, the Culver City Senior Center has twice monthly group walks. And the Culver City  EverWalk Walking Club meets on the first Saturday of each month at Coombs Park for a group walk of about an hour.

Celebrate walking as a healthy form of transportation – get up, get out, and get moving! 

Riding your bike and walking to school is more than great exercise, it’s an inexpensive way to commute and a wonderful family activity. By following a few simple guidelines, cycling and walking can be fun and safe for everyone. For starters, visit our pages on Walking Safely and Biking Safely

Below are 11 Steps to Safer Walking and Riding tips every parent should review with their kids. (click on the image below to download)

Watch our Safe Travels YouTube Series and learn about

More quick Links

  • Lock it or Lose it, bike locking tips
  • Helmet Fitting and Safety tips
  • ABC Quick Check tips
  • Essential Bike Safety tips
Safe Riding Video Link

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