So you want to make a sign to support walkability in your neighborhood... awesome!
This is our brand new beta sign builder platform designed to help you do just that. Making a sign should only take a couple minutes. You can always hop back to completed steps in the process by clicking on the numbers above.
Oops! The name of your destination is too long to fit on the sign. Try a shorter name or breaking it up into separate lines.
Oops! The starting location and ending destination of your sign are the same. Try moving your destination to a different point.
I agree that this web application is in BETA and Walk Your City Inc. holds no responsibility for technical malfunctions, incorrect data, incorrect information, unhappiness, frowns, or any other technical problems that might arise in using our software.
I agree to check with the proper authorities about my own, local community rules, regulations and ordinances regarding hanging signs in my neighborhood. Walk Your City Inc. is not responsible for any legal repercussions that I may face from the misuse of signs produced by the Walk Your City Inc. web application sign builder. Initially, we asked for forgiveness, not permission, but do not advise those tactics :)
I acknowledge that Walk Your City, Inc nor Google Inc, is responsible for any mis-directions, lack of sidewalks or lost citizens in the process of wayfinding and walking.
I agree that Walk Your City, Inc. is not responsible for any damage to the public realm or built environment through the action of hanging signs, walking, talking or sharing fun things with my community.
I agree that Walk [Your City] is a registered Trademark of Walk Your City Inc.
I agree that walking is a simple, necessary part of life that we all could spare to do more of, and believe in the personal independence that the “choice” of walking somewhere to do something useful allows.
I agree that Walk [Your City] is pretty awesome-tastic and deserves captial investment from enlightened folks like Tim O’Reily and the Collaborative Fund, and should also be part of the 2013 Code for America Accelerator.