Benefits of Walking and Biking to School

  • More exercise during the day
  • Fewer cars around school buildings
  • Safer neighborhoods

Safe Routes to School Programs in Cuyahoga County

  • Brooklyn
  • Chagrin Falls
  • Cleveland
  • East Cleveland
  • Fairview Park
  • Lakewood
  • Shaker Heights
  • South Euclid / Lyndhurst

How do we become a SRTS community?

  • Form a group of people who want to make walking and biking to school safer
  • Hold a kick-off meeting
  • Gather information and find issues
  • Identify solutions
  • Make a plan

If you would like help with starting a SRTS program, please call (216)201-2000 for more information.

Links

Contact Information

Megan Conklin, RS
Program Manager
(216)201-2000 ext.1266
mdunleavy@ccbh.net

Domenica McClintock, RS, MPH
Supervisor
(216)201-2000 ext.1223
dmcclintock@ccbh.net

Safe Routes to School

The Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Program works to improve children's health and safety while walking or biking to or from school. The SRTS Program also looks to increase the number of students walking or biking to school. The SRTS Program has been in existence since 2005.