Launch Communities

RESOURCES                                     

The resources below support building a Safe Routes to School program or growing an existing program. Individual schools, school districts, cities, public health agencies, and community organizations are all important in a community’s commitment to Safe Routes to School. For more information on the Safe Routes to School Launch Program or Technical Assistance, please contact Michelle Lieberman Technical Assistance Manager michelle@saferoutespartnership.org

 

 

ACTION PLANS                                    

Action Plans were developed based on planning and input that took place at the Safe Routes to School Launch Workshop, the Safe Routes Partnership’s assessment of current conditions, community needs, capacity in each community, and a series of conversations with key stakeholders. Recommendations in the Action Plan are based upon the components needed to sustain a successful Safe Routes to School program. The most successful Safe Routes to School initiatives incorporate the Safe Routes to School Six E framework: education, encouragement, engineering, enforcement, evaluation, and equity.

2018

DELHI: Click here to view action plan

FRESNO: Click here to view action plan

MODESTO: Click here to view action plan

POMONA: Click here to view action plan

WALNUT PARK: Click here to view action plan

2017

Morgan Hill: Click here to view action plan

Monterey: Click here to view action plan

Rancho Cordova: Click here to view action plan

Garden Grove: Click here to view action plan

Willits: Click here to view action plan