Walkable West Palm Beach

About

Walkable West Palm Beach is an advocacy blog dedicated to making a better West Palm Beach. This blog focuses on making better use of our existing built infrastructure and significant natural assets.  The walkable street grid and the historic development pattern form the basis of West Palm Beach’s wealth and our competitive strength in the region. We aim to provide a platform for discourse, education, and action around these principles.

Walkable West Palm Beach is an independent blog, not affiliated with any city agency or governing body. We are not supported by advertising.

Strong Towns enthusiast and frequent contributor. A member of the Streetsblog Network – Streetsblog Southeast.

Contact

  • Have a general question about this site? 
  • Have a suggestion for a story that should be on the site? Our content all comes from volunteer contributors. Write it up and send it to us! We’re looking for contributors to the site.
  • Have an event we should list on our calendar? 
  • Interested in becoming a regular contributor? We need you! You can start by submitting a post or talking to us at a meetup.


Event Calendar

We have a “Walkable West Palm Beach” happy hour meetup (we strive for once a month). We also put relevant events on the calendar, such as lectures or meetings that are of particular interest to our readers.

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Pingback: First meetup this Wednesday! | WalkableWPB

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  3. Pingback: 83-year-old West Palm Beach home destined to become Dunkin’ Donuts parking lot | Walkable West Palm Beach

  4. Pingback: West Palm Beach is to Miami as Frederick, Maryland is to D.C. | Walkable West Palm Beach

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