With this funding, we’ll be able to make biking and walking to our school safer, more accessible, and more fun. It will help calm traffic in the neighborhood, improve air quality by reducing pollution-generating car trips, and help keep kids healthy through regular exercise. It is also a great way to foster our community: walking and biking through the neighborhood is a vastly different experience than rushing through in an enclosed metal box.
Congratulations fellow parents on the SRTS committee, participating community members, city staff, CCPD, our Public Health champion & Lin Howe parent Gayle Haberman, our consultant Ryan Snyder & our fabulous principal Amy Anderson for the hard work, conviction and vision it took to see this through!
Yes we can!