Safe Routes to School

Celebrate the start of spring with a fun and interactive event to help educate residents about the Safe Routes to School Program.

Come to the Sequoia Room located at the Arrillaga Family Recreation Center for some informational and hands-on fun on Sunday, March 24, from 1:00 to 4:00 pm.

Activities will include:
– Access to a mobile bike repair station
– On-site bike blender to make free smoothies
– Bike helmet fittings
– Feedback opportunities regarding the Safe Routes to School program
– Meet and greet with the new Safe Routes to School coordinator and representatives from various participating programs, including SamTrans and San Mateo County Health

{ Be the first to comment }

City of Menlo Park will hold two Safe Routes to School meetings in November

The City of Menlo Park is creating a citywide Safe Routes to Schools program and is looking for your participation and feedback in the process. There are two options of meeting dates and locations that will cover the same content. Meeting option #1: Tuesday, November 13, 2018, 6:00 to 8:00 pm Hillview Middle School Library […]

Click to read more →

Jen Wolosin talks about safe routes to Menlo Park and Atherton schools at MPCSD speaker event

You are invited to attend the kick-off event of the Menlo Park City School District (MPCSD) annual speaker series. Jen Wolosin (pictured), Founder and Chair of Parents for Safe Routes, will deliver “Between Home and School: Why Safe Routes Matter and How to Make Them Happen.” Following Jen’s talk, there will be a panel discussion […]

Click to read more →

Update on Oak Knoll Safe Routes to School meeting held on Nov. 7

Oak Knoll School neighborhood resident Kristin Kuntz-Duriseti provided InMenlo with notes from the Safe Routes to School meeting held on Nov. 7 “About 25 people attended the meeting – a mix of current parents and older residents – as well as Oak Knoll Vice-Principal Kristen Garcia and the PTO President Allison Chao. My impression is […]

Click to read more →