Join the movement on Friday, April 11 — walking just 15 minutes of your commute counts! Be a part of this fun and festive day of encouragement celebrating the most healthy, sustainable form of transportation: walking.
- Start Today: Download FREE Employer Toolkit with poster, postcards, tip sheet and more.
- Blog Your Commute: Complete a walker profile and share your story.
- Win Prizes: Enter the “Longest Commute,” “Most Interesting Sight,” and “Best Shoe Bling” contests; use the #Walk2Work hashtag to win!
Follow Walk SF on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, or sign up for our enewsletter for updates. When you do, you can enter to win one of the random drawing giveaways via postcard, Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Prizes from HALO, Rickshaw Bags, Sports Basement, Whole Foods Market, and more.
Start your healthy walking habit and get rewarded at one of the Walk to Work Day “hubs” across the city. Stop by for a FREE Clipper Card, Clif Bars, totes, coffee, or breakfast snack, and much more! (see map)
Share a coffee or breakfast treat with your district’s Supervisor this Walk to Work Day. Let your elected city leaders know what matters most to you when you’re walking.
Not sure who your Supervisor is? Find your district here.
- D1 Supervisor Eric Mar: Velo Rogue, 798 Arguello Blvd at McAllister, 7:30 a.m.
- D2 Supervisor Mark Farrell: Peet’s Coffee, 2197 Fillmore St at California, 8:30 a.m.
- D3 Supervisor David Chiu: Réveille Coffee Co., 200 Columbus Ave at Kearny, 7:30 a.m.
- D5 Supervisor London Breed: Ritual Coffee, 432B Octavia St at Hayes, 9:00 a.m.
- D6 Supervisor Jane Kim: Central City SRO Collaborative, 48 Turk St at Mason, 9:00 a.m.
- D7 Supervisor Norman Yee: will join Sup. Breed at Ritual, Octavia St at Hayes, 9:05 a.m.
- D9 Supervisor David Campos: Precita Park Cafe, 500 Precita at Alabama, 8:30 a.m.
- D10 Supervisor Malia Cohen will join Sup. Breed at Ritual, Octavia St at Hayes, 9:00 a.m.
- D11 Supervisor John Avalos: Mamá Art Cafe, 4754 Mission St at Persia, 7:45 a.m.
How can you celebrate Walk to Work Day in your office?
Walk to Work Day is the perfect time to encourage your employees to see how easy, fun, and energizing it can be to integrate walking into their daily lives.
At last year’s event, Mayor Ed Lee and nine of the City’s eleven District Supervisors joined Walk SF and over 2,100 San Franciscans to celebrate Walk to Work Day at one of five ‘hubs’ across the city. For all of San Francisco that morning, pedestrian traffic increased 20% compared to the prior month!
This year, you can promote the benefits of a healthy lifestyle and help your entire team get energized by enjoying more of their everyday travels on foot. It’s easy — Walk SF has prepared a checklist and Employer Toolkit with all the resources you need for a successful Walk to Work Day.
Earn bragging rights all year long by winning the Golden Millipede Award, given to the workplace with the most commuters walking on Walk to Work Day! Get started now when you download a FREE Employer Toolkit.
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