People want to live without fear of crime. They want to be able to walk safely to the grocery store or laundromat, to get outdoors to socialize with neighbors, and to have their children walk safely to school or to the playground. Safewalks represent one small, but important, way by which residents can begin to reclaim their streets, and their neighborhoods.
Date October 1994
Attribution Anne Lusk. Planning Commissioners Journal
Resource Type News | Publication |
Geography Urban | Suburban |