Fontana Walks!

Fontana Walks

What is Fontana Walks! ?

Fontana Walks began as a challenge to the community to be more physically active for better health. Through help from our partners, the program will continue to expand and include taste tests/food demos, tips on how to include more fruits and vegetables into a daily lifestyle, as well as how to access free resources in your community.

Why join?

  • Regular physical activity has been shown to help control weight and lower the risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and depression.
  • Walking is easy, free, and pays big dividends for an individual’s physical and mental well-being.
  • Whether residents walk on their own, in a group, or join one of the community walks led by City Council and Healthy Fontana, it is important to remember that “every step counts.”
  • Participants can join at any time!

Let's Walk 3 Billion More Steps, Fontana! 

Register now

*Registration only needs to be completed once.

Don't forget to submit your Weekly Step Count

Submit your Steps

We have already taken over billion steps since the Fontana Walks! program started in August 2017. That's equivalent to over 3.3 million miles!

Upcoming Community Walks

Fontana Christmas Parade                      
Saturday, December 14th | 10:00am
Sierra Ave and Arrow Ave                                          
Fontana, CA 92335

Saturday, December 21st | 8:00am
Steelworkers' Auditorium
8437 Sierra Ave                                            
Fontana, CA 92335

Saturday, January 18th | 8:00am
Fontana Park
15610 Summit Ave
Fontana, CA 92336


Let's give a round of applause to our top step-getters for the week of November 23-November 29:

Karena A. with 98,561 steps

David D. with 99,215 steps

Since the start of our third year of the program (August 2019), Debra W. is our highest top-stepper, logging in over 1.7 million steps! 

Way to go everyone!

Don't forget to log your steps each Saturday and you might be the highest stepper next week!

Looking for new ways to get your steps in?

Check out our Activity Conversion Chart (PDF) for ideas on ways to stay active and find out how to calculate your favorite activity into steps!