Post Tagged with: "Seminole County"

News To Use / People On Bikes

It’s Just a Step to the Left – “Hidden Trail” to the River Off the Seminole Wekiva Trail

If you’re familiar with the Seminole County trail system, you know that many of the trails are paved and not what one would consider being “off-road.”  And that’s the intent. They are safe and beautiful, providing you with hassle-free biking throughout the county.  There are off-road trails like Soldier’s Creek […]

News To Use / People On Foot

Operations Remind Drivers to Stop for Pedestrians While Reports Emphasize Dangers in Region for People Walking

As two major reports in March again named Central Florida the most dangerous region in the nation for pedestrians, Best Foot Forward coalition partners continued working hard to change that trend. Six law enforcement agencies across three counties took part in Operation Best Foot Forward, a high-visibility enforcement operation aimed […]

News To Use / People On Bikes / Trails

Seminole County Calls for Trails Master Plan and Investment

by Will R. Wills Since the start of the pandemic, many folks have been working from home, often facing long hours in front of video calls and emails.  When the working day is done, they are heading outdoors looking for fresh air, exercise, and time to decompress. For many residents […]

Featured / News To Use / People On Foot

Dangerous by Design: Orlando-Sanford-Kissimmee Region and Florida Top Lists as Most Dangerous for Pedestrians

The Metro Orlando-Sanford-Kissimmee region and the State of Florida again top the lists as most dangerous for people walking. Smart Growth America (SGA) released its biennial “Dangerous by Design” report of the deadliest metro areas and states for pedestrians. According to the report, “Over the past decade (2010-2019), the number of people […]

Community Events / News To Use

Friends of the Florida Department of Health in Seminole County hold Goldsboro Trail clean-up and ribbon-cutting

On Sunday, January 24, the Friends of the Florida Department of Health in Seminole County held their first cleanup on the Goldsboro Trail located in the downtown area of the Historic Goldsboro.  The cleanup was part of the City of Sanford’s Adopt-A-Park Program. The 1.2 mile Goldsboro Trail runs north […]