Pueblo Active Community Environments (P.A.C.E.)

What exactly does “Share the Road” mean?   It is how we keep people safe on our roads. It comes down to these two things:

  1. Do not risk your safety for the convenience of another
  2. Do not...

by Kim Arline, Chairperson of Pueblo Active Community Environments (P.A.C.E.)

I had the pleasure this past week to attend and represent Pueblo and Southern Colorado at the 6th annual ...

Perhaps Robert Frost expressed it best in the last line of his poem “The Road Not Taken” published in 1917:  

"Two roads diverged in a...

"If Nothing Ever Changed, There Would Be No Butterflies" - Unknown

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It's that time of...

What a wild introduction to Spring this year with flash floods, sunshine, snow, wind, hail and even tornado warnings.  Despite the adverse weather at times, there are many exciting things going on in Pueblo!

Here are some of the...

Celebrate Earth Day by trying wheeled pedal power!  Are you ready to enjoy our new bicycle lanes this year?  Still confused about some of the...

What do you get when you take over 2000 strips of bacon, strings of chicken McNuggets, cheeseburgers and bottles of booze and mix them all together?   If you are watching a video of the Canadian You Tube cooking show, “Epic...

Happy New Year!  Special thanks to our first Guest Blogger in 2015!  Katie Davis, the...

It’s that time of year again.  A time to sit back and reflect on last year’s New Year’s Resolutions, compare...

Join PACE - Pueblo Active Community Environments - in this NEW challenge to get Puebloans moving!  The challenge is to walk 100 miles from January 1st, 2015 thru St....

As someone who currently lives in a “1 car for the entire family” situation – (again – in...

 

 

Do you like tacos?  Do you like riding bicycles?  Have...

When I was in elementary school, my family moved back to my hometown of Huntington, WV, and we were staying in a hotel before...

When I was a kid, I loved to ride my bike.   I don’t recall the first time I learned to ride a bike, which you...

We pulled out of Durango to make the long and winding journey back to Pueblo. On the radio...

Why Should I?

After a week of planning and facilitating the National Bike to Work Festivities, I was ready to just get out there and ride.  Less Talk / More pedaling.  I was really happy to get back my...

Monday, May 5, 2014

In my “previous life” I was a Manager in a Call Center for many years.  I sat for long hours on my rear end, among hundreds of others, not knowing if it was good or bad that I could not...

We are excited to introduce Stephanie Chambers, Pueblo's Bike/Pedestrian Coordinator! She has been hired by the City of Pueblo to...