Or “Walktober,” as those in the know like to say!
Walktober is a time for kids, parents and teachers to celebrate walking to school with fun events and activities. The goals of this month are to promote walking to school safely while having fun.
Want to set up a Walk to School month at your school? Checkout Feet First’s guide to setting up a Walktober event. Or you can participate on the biggest walking day – International Walk to School Day is October 5!
SDOT is offering free incentives to help encourage more kids to try out walking to school!
We have whole assortment of goodies that include stickers, temporary tattoos, wrist bands, and hand stamps. All schools and PTA groups within the Seattle city limit are welcome to request materials.
Just go to our incentives page and filling out an order form!
Incentive packages include:
- Option A: An assortment of stickers, temporary tattoos, wrist bands, and hand stamps
- Option B: 1,000 stickers
- Option C: 1,000 temporary tattoos
- Option D: 2 hand stamps
- Option E: 1,000 wrist bands
Incentives are offered to promote walking to school as part of our Safe Routes to School Program. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the project coordinator, Serena Lehman at Serena.Lehman@seattle.gov.