We are committed to happiness and healthiness:
We remain committed to those same values as we put your health at the top of our priority list.
It’s all about the planning. We’ve learned a lot over the past year about crowd management, proper sanitation, wave structure, face coverings, and so much more. But we did it all in the name of safety, with the goal of being able to host the safest 5K Run/Walk events.
What we are doing to ensure your safety at our events:
Have the confidence that will have proper government, venue, and city health official approval. We spend many hours reviewing plans and consulting with county officials before you arrive for the event.
Only one member of your party is needed to register or pick up kit items.
Because The Run is an untimed, non-competitive event, we will be staggering the release of participants to encourage social distancing. Families and friends who are together are allowed to remain together.
Many of the Run participant kits contain face coverings, which we encourage all to wear. Additional masks onsite will also be available for purchase.
All volunteers and staff will have their temperature checked upon arrival and will verify they are following health guidelines. We will also supply hand sanitizer throughout areas of the event.
What we ask of you:
Please respect the space of others and maintain 6’ from those outside of your group. The social distance police will not be present, so please use good judgment.
If you have tested positive, have recently been exposed, have a current fever, or are in quarantine - we respectfully ask you to not participate or visit with us the day of the morning of the event.
Masks are not mandatory but are suggested while waiting in lines at pickup or registration, traveling to and from your transportation, using the restroom, and waiting for the event to start or finish.
“We are back.” And it feels great to be able to say that. We are looking forward to seeing you.
- The Walk In My Shoes Team