There’s always something to howl about wants to know: Is my neighborhood walkable?

Hey! Maybe it is!

Uh… Maybe not…

Assuming you don’t have an intemperate climate where you live, will tell you if your neighborhood is walkable.

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    4 Comments so far

    1. Chuchundra July 30th, 2007 3:24 pm

      My address gets a 78. Not a bad score, although generally not all that walkable during the winter.

    2. Dave Barnes July 31st, 2007 6:42 am


      Many “stores” listed more than once.
      Non-existent stores listed.

    3. Wyatt August 1st, 2007 11:52 am

      My Center-City Flagstaff got a score of 82.

      It is interesting though. Downtown FLG has a LOT to walk too. BUT, much of it caters strictly to tourists and high-rollers.

      If you are a student, nurse or teacher, you cannot walk to grocery shop or see a movie…. Just bars, high-end shopping and spendy foodies.

    4. Benny November 11th, 2007 9:55 am

      I can’t argue that walk score is convinient, but nowadays more and more people drive cars and they are interested also in drive score – by using it buyers can see how close difeerent establishments are by car. Drive Score is a servise that shows a map of what establishments are in a property’s neighborhood and calculates a Drive Score based on the number of places within a convenient driving distance. Homes are often located in an area where restaurants, libraries, grocery stores, hospitals and other businesses are easier to get to by car than on foot. his unique service is situated on