Streets for People Community Walking Workshops – City of Sacramento Active Transportation Plan

Do you have safety or connectivity concerns when walking, biking, or rolling in Sacramento? Join the City of Sacramento’s upcoming walking workshop series! This is an opportunity to walk or roll the streets in your neighborhood, provide real-time feedback, exercise, and get to know your neighbors! All walking workshop routes will be about 1 mile long.

Your valuable input will help shape the Streets for People Active Transportation Plan. Let’s brainstorm on how to create a safer, more active Sacramento!

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Upcoming Community Walking WorkshopS

Join city staff for a community walking workshop to share feedback about your experience walking, biking, and rolling in the City of Sacramento. Please wear comfortable shoes and be sure to bring plenty of water. More details provided in the links below.

August 18
Steve Jones Park – Meadowview / South Sac
Interpretation offered: Spanish and Chinese
6:00 – 7:30 PM

August 19
Charles Robertson Park – West Del Paso Heights / North Sac
Interpretation offered: Spanish and Hmong
10:00 – 11:30 AM

August 30
Robla Elementary School – Robla / North Sac
Interpretation offered: Spanish and Hmong
2:30 – 4:00 PM

September 12
Will C. Wood Middle School – Fruitridge Manor
Interpretation offered: Spanish and Vietnamese
2:00 – 3:30 PM

September 14
Irene B. West Elementary School – Elk Grove
Interpretation offered: Vietnamese and Chinese
3:00 – 4:30 PM

September 20
Hiram Johnson High School – Tahoe Park East
Interpretation offered: Spanish and Hmong
4:00 – 5:30 PM


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