This study aimed to analyze how the community interacted with a new walking infrastructure in Westwood, Denver, and to determine whether the walkway renovations had positive impacts in the area. We used a mixed-method approach to evaluate residents' walking behavior in the neighborhood and assess how new infrastructure and design features have affected people’s perception of the walking environment. Study results suggest a general need for wider sidewalks and higher quality walking infrastructure in the neighborhood. According to findings, there is no viable proof that alleyway renovations have enhanced pedestrian use. Also, there is a need for more crosswalks around the schools and businesses in Westwood.