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The City of Sacramento is launching a Slow & Active Streets pilot project to support our communities physical and mental health while protecting Sacramentans and promoting social distancing.

The pilot will be in place through July 2021. 

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What is Slow & Active Streets?

Sacramento Slow & Active Streets is the prioritization of walking and biking by limiting through traffic on residential streets. Simple tools such as temporary signs and cones will be used to divert through traffic and slow drivers on these streets.

These partial closures of low speed residential streets are to encourage physically-distanced walking, biking, and skating in the roadways.
Driving accessibility will still be available for emergency responders, delivery drivers, and the neighborhood’s residents.

Frequently Asked Questions

Slow Active Streets FAQ


Is your street eligible to be a Slow & Active Street?  Find out HERE!

Where are the Slow & Active Streets? See our map for more information!

Do you have a comment about the effort in general or about a pilot already in place? Please let us know by leaving a comment!

Did you receive a POSTCARD or hear about about a community meeting and survey for a pilot in your neighborhood?
Please go HERE.



Important notes about the Slow & Active Street pilot:

  • Streets are for biking, walking, scooting, wheelchair rolling, and other non-static physical activity.
    Slow & Active Streets are not areas for gathering, programming, or sharing meals. Residents and neighbors using a Slow & Active Streets must adhere to the latest health guidelines, as issued by Sacramento County’s Department of Health Services Public Health Officer ( Should these rules not be followed, the City reserves the right to end the pilot.
  • The partial closures will remain in operation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week throughout the pilot.
  • The pilot will run through the end of JULY 2021.
  • Street sweeping and garbage/recycling/yard waste pickup remain in effect.
    Vehicles parked on the street will still be required to move during the street’s designated City Services no parking times.
  • On-street parking will not be changed;
    However the City reserves the right to remove parking if needed to improve safety (e.g., at an intersection).  
  • Other than the City-provided traffic controls and legally parked vehicles, no objects shall be placed in the street. Failure to comply with this condition may result in the revocation of the approval for a given closure.

Learn more about if streets in your neighborhood can be a Slow & Active Street.