What obstacles, if any, exist to going on walks in your neighborhood and around your community? Examples of common obstacles include:

Lack of sidewalks or trails
Lack of street lights
Loose dogs or other animals
Traffic or safety concerns
Other

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* 1. What obstacles, if any, exist to going on walks in your neighborhood and around your community? Examples of common obstacles include:

Lack of sidewalks or trails
Lack of street lights
Loose dogs or other animals
Traffic or safety concerns
Other

On a scale of 1-5, how easy is it to take walks around your community?

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* 2. On a scale of 1-5, how easy is it to take walks around your community?

  Extremely Difficult  Difficult  Somewhat Difficult  Easy Very Easy
Community Walkability 
On a scale of 1-5, how would you rate your awareness of places to walk in your community?

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* 3. On a scale of 1-5, how would you rate your awareness of places to walk in your community?

  Not Aware  Slightly Aware  Somewhat Aware  Aware  Very Aware
Walk Awareness 
Would you be interested in joining group themed walks led by community members? If you are interested, what time of the day would you prefer to meet?

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* 4. Would you be interested in joining group themed walks led by community members? If you are interested, what time of the day would you prefer to meet?

Are you aware of the physical, mental, and emotional benefits of
walking?

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* 5. Are you aware of the physical, mental, and emotional benefits of
walking?

Would you be interested in being trained as a walk leader to lead walks in your community? If you are interested, please contact Crystal Bell at crystal.bell1@maryland.gov or call 410-632-0056 and ask about becoming a walk leader. 

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* 6. Would you be interested in being trained as a walk leader to lead walks in your community? If you are interested, please contact Crystal Bell at crystal.bell1@maryland.gov or call 410-632-0056 and ask about becoming a walk leader. 

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