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 Vision Zero Drive Slowly

The city is launching a traffic safety campaign – Our Safety is Homegrown. As part of our Vision Zero efforts, this campaign seeks to change individual behavior that will increase the safety of our streets.

Our Safety is Homegrown means that we acknowledge small choices can have critical impacts on our city’s overall safety. That’s why you’ll see transportation safety messages this summer around town, on your phone, and perhaps in-person at neighborhood events encouraging people to walk, bike, and drive more safely.

Do you want to learn more about Vision Zero? Would you like a poster or yard sign? The Vision Zero Outreach Team will be at the events listed below.

Events

 

 

 

Day

Event

Time

Address

May 26

Midtown Farmers Market

8am-1pm

20th and K Streets

June 29

Free Concert- Buck Ford at the Village

6pm-9pm

The Village at Sacramento Gateway Natomas

July 14

Oak Park Farmers Market

9am-1pm

McClatchy Park

July 20

Food Trucks & Such (Food Truck Mania)

5pm-8pm

Garcia Bend Park

July 27

Tahoe Park Food Truck Mania

5pm-8pm

3501 59th Street

August 4

Kumbaya Festival - 24th Street Bypass Park

11am-7pm

7290 24th Street

August 14

Oak Park Community Center

11am-1pm

3425 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

Sept. 7

Valley Hi Mack Farmers Market

9:30am-1:30pm

6700 Mack Road

Neighborhood Association Meetings

July 18

Meadowview Neighborhood Association

6:30 PM

August 2

Oak Park Neighborhood Association

6:30 PM

August 16

South Oak Park Community Association

6:30 PM

August 29

Robla Park Community Association

6:30 PM

Sept 5

Hagginwood Neighborhood Association

6:30 PM

Education Classes

July 12

Urban Bicycling 101

6pm-8pm

August 9

Urban Bicycling 101

6pm-8pm

www.SacramentoBikes.org

August 16

Young Planners Group

6pm-7pm

August 22

AARP Bicycling 101

2pm-4pm

Sign up!

August 30

AARP Bicycling 101

6pm-8pm

Sign up!