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National Night Out – Orange County BFF Style
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National Night Out – Orange County BFF Style

August 5, 2014 was America’s NIGHT OUT Against Crime, and your Best Foot Forward team participated in five local National Night Out events, promoting safe communities across Orange County. In addition, Best Foot Forward flyers and stickers were distributed by neighborhood watch organizers to communities and neighborhoods all over Orange County […]

Skateboard Racks – The New Normal
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Skateboard Racks – The New Normal

Along with updated classrooms and crosswalks, Lake Silver Elementary School has added gated bike racks and even skateboard racks to their sparkling new campus. How cool is it to see schools embracing other forms of mobility for our little peds? Did you know that this is actually a requirement for new OCPS Elementary […]

Operation Best Foot Forward — Stats Say It All
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Operation Best Foot Forward — Stats Say It All

Did you catch Operation Best Foot Forward in the news last week? Orlando Police Department and Orange County Sheriff’s Office enforced the state crosswalk law punishing offenders to the tune of a $164 fine.  That’s what it costs drivers if they fail to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk, […]

Crosswalk Crackdown Creates a Social Media Stir
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Crosswalk Crackdown Creates a Social Media Stir

Best Foot Forward has been creating a stir not only in Central Florida but up and down the east coast, from Miami to Boston.  It started with the announcement of Operation Best Foot Forward on August 25 via BFF Facebook.  The Orange County Sheriff’s Office shared the news of the impending […]

Ideas to Boost Business in Downtown Orlando – Project DTO
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Ideas to Boost Business in Downtown Orlando – Project DTO

Big Idea Compilation v.8.4.2014 Each of the Project DTO Task Force Committees was charged with discovering what people think about Downtown Orlando. What are our shortcomings? What can we do better? How do we advance our downtown? Committees used a variety of public outreach techniques, including social media, interviews with […]