Ramblin’ Round Raton (RRR) coordinated a walkability workshop for members of the community to come together at the Center for Sustainable Community and assess different parts of the city for pedestrian friendliness. The group modeled the event after a similar workshop in the Village of Cuba in 2009. Prior to the workshop, RRR identified six areas of focus. They chose the locations because they are popular pedestrian thoroughfares, close to schools, or thought to be confusing areas for pedestrians.

The workshop was held on the afternoon of Monday, October 16, 2017.