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Scott Ulrich, AICP, CNU-A
The Healthy Places Program at Columbus Public Health creates walking maps for Columbus Neighborhoods throughout the city to identify safe walking routes and add more physical activity to everyday life.
New walking maps are created every year in partnership with the Mayor's Neighborhood Pride Program with the help of residents, block watches, civic associations, and area commissions in each neighborhood. Printed copies of maps are available at libraries and recreation centers nearest to each neighborhood.
Download neighborhood walking maps and walkability assessments here.
If you do not see a map for your neighborhood and want to help create one, follow the steps here to work with the Healthy Places Program to create a new map.
Benefits of Walking
Learn the benefits of walking.
When walking in your neighborhood, follow these safety tips from Safe Communities.