City Survey, Map Seeks Input on Pedestrian Access

The City of Yakima seeks community input on pedestrian access.

As part of its Pedestrian Master Plan, the City has posted surveys in English and Spanish online asking for public input. Survey questions range from walking frequency and destinations in the City of Yakima, to barriers that prevent walking more often.

Survey links:

“We want to know your thoughts on pedestrian access throughout the City, from things that are working well, to areas that need improvement,” said Associate Planner Trevor Martin. “The information you provide will be compiled over the next two months to help create a better understanding on the specific areas the Pedestrian Master Plan will need to target. The more data, the better the results.”

Community members are also asked to review an interactive web map they can use to zoom to different areas of the City to provide more detailed descriptions about pedestrian access.

Pedestrian web maps are available in English and Spanish by clicking the survey links, or directly by clicking:

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Spanish –

The City of Yakima Bike and Pedestrian Committee held a Pedestrian Master Plan kickoff meeting on Thursday, Nov. 5th.

Click to watch Y-PAC coverage of the kickoff meeting.

Contact Martin at (509) 575-6162 or at for more about the Pedestrian Master Plan surveys and web maps.