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Staying Healthy and Active During COVID-19


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Safe Routes to School makes walking and bicycling to school more fun, convenient, and safe for families.

Multnomah County partners with the cities and schools of East Multnomah County to support Safe Routes to School activities for youth.

Multnomah County can support schools in East Multnomah County who provide Safe Routes to School programming activities such as: 

  • Encouragement events before, during, or after school to promote walking and bicycling

  • Bicycle and pedestrian safety curriculum for schools, including training for school staff

  • Creating Action Plans to help schools determine opportunities and needs to make walking and bicycling more fun and safe 

For more information on how Multnomah County can support your Safe Routes to School activities and for examples of successful projects, download our Fact Sheet here:  East Multnomah County Safe Routes to School Fact Sheet (2.67 MB).

Partners and Resources:

City of Gresham

City of Portland

Oregon Safe Routes to School

The Safe Routes to School National Partnership, Pacific Northwest Region

Contact:

MaryJo Andersen
maryjo.andersen@multco.us
Safe Routes to School
Multnomah County Transportation Planning

Facebook: @SRTSMultnomah