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The WAT Communities

Bike lane in street

Our Wisconsin Active Together (WAT) program recognizes communities that have worked to make it easier for their residents to walk, bike and be active and that have made a commitment to continue that work. Communities are represented by local public health departments, nonprofits, local government, parks departments and more. Follow the links below to find out more about the WAT communities.


If you’d like to learn more about the Wisconsin Active Together recognition program, contact Susan Gaeddert,

WAT Support and Resources

View the Strategy Guide.

Information and details on each of the Wisconsin Active Together strategies are in the Community Strategy and Resource Guide. 

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