Project Overview

Physical and emotional health have a strong impact on individual wellbeing, and health plays a large role in allowing a community to thrive. The City of Santa Monica celebrates the joy and benefits of walking with the Walk Loop Project, a neighborhood-focused initiative to create walking loops throughout the city. Whether you are a casual stroller or walk enthusiast, these 1-mile walking loops aim to promote health and wellbeing, create opportunities for discovery and inspiration, and strengthen community connections.

In partnership with Adopt-A-Walk, the City’s first walking loop was introduced in the Wilmont Neighborhood. The Wilmont Walk Loop is a great place to take a deep breath, walk off some stress, and be active, it’s route beginning and ending at Reed Park and extending along the neighborhood’s tree-lined sidewalks, local shops, and park amenities. Folks experiencing the walking loop for the first time can look for the standing sign at 7th/California to receive information about the project, see a map of the entire route, and orient themselves before starting their 1-mile trip. The Wilmont Walk Loop also features small standing signs to mark the halfway and completion milestones of the route, 1/10-mile distance markers, directional arrows, and inspirational quotes.

Who will you meet as you wander?

What will you discover?

About Adopt-A-Walk 

Adopt-A-Walk is a health advocacy organization committed to create and promote walking friendly communities to improve the health of the people in the community in a fun and easy way. They work with City Planners to develop a permanently marked 1 Mile Walking Loop with a Start/Finish Information Sign, Distance Markers, Inspirational Quotes and Leaning Rails. It becomes a natural meeting point for people wanting to go for a walk, meet new friends, get to know their neighbors and neighborhood. Volunteers in the community become Adopt-A-Walk Leaders and lead weekly walks around the specifically designed walking loop. Learn more at www.adoptawalk.org


Presentations & Milestones

Sat, June 29, 2019

Wilmont Walk Loop Opening Celebration

Blog Post

Mon, August 6, 2018

Disabilities Commission

Presentation

Wed, July 18, 2018

Commission on the Senior Community

Presentation


Contact

Scott Johnson, Project Manager

scott.johnson@smgov.net