Since 2009, the City of Roseville Safe Routes to School program have been encouraging schools to promote walking and biking as an alternate mode of transportation to school. Safe Routes to School staff work closely with eight schools within Roseville City School District to coordinate walking and biking programs including: International Walk and Bike to School Days, Walking Wednesdays (weekly walking clubs using Scan & Notify), Bike Rodeos, Safety Assemblies, Bike Challenge Giveaway, Drop & Walk, and school safety patrol. Learn more about these programs.
Roseville schools who participated in Safe Routes to School programs included: Junction, Diamond Creek, Fiddyment Farms, Stoneridge, Cirby, Kaseberg, Spanger, and Woodbridge. If you are a parent at one of these schools and would like to get involved, please contact your school administrator.
If your school is not part of one of the eight schools listed above, your school can still have a Safe Routes to School program. Please click here to learn more about starting a walking and biking program at your school. You can also contact one of our Safe Routes to School Coordinators to help you get a program started at your school.
For questions or more information, please contact one of our Safe Routes to School Coordinators: