Safe Routes to Cedar Park Elementary

SURVEY CLOSING on October 10th with Open House on October 20th

cedar-park-school

SDOT is requesting that residents send in their survey responses by October 10th, 2016.  SDOT will use this information to understand areas of concern within the neighborhood and initial ideas for addressing those concerns. The easiest way to submit feedback is through the online survey:Take Survey

 

Should anyone want to send in comments after the October 10 deadline, they can still drop off hard copies of the survey at the School or fill the online survey.

Public Open House October 20thThe project team is hosting an Open House on October 20. It is set up as a community drop-in session with SDOT staff to review the comments we have received to date and share your opinions about how to make Cedar Park safer and easier to walk and bike.

Tuesday, October 20, 2016
6:00 – 8:00 PM
Lake City Presbyterian Church
3841 NE 123rd St (enter from 40th Ave NE)

Below is the link to the project:

Project Link

 

Cedar Park Safe Routes to School

SDOT Wants to Hear From You

young-crossing-gaurd

Please weigh in on Safe Routes to Cedar Park – cedar-park-comment-sheet

 Cedar Park Fact Sheet

What is Safe Routes to School?

Safe Routes to School (SRTS) is a local, state, and national movement to make it easier and safer for students to walk and bike.  The Seattle Department of Transportation supports this effort by funding engineering improvements, education, and encouragement campaigns at public and private schools throughout Seattle. Continue reading “Cedar Park Safe Routes to School”