Stettin Elementary
Safe Routes To School

Safe Routes To School

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Safe Routes to School (SRTS) programs are an opportunity to make walking and bicycling to school safer for children in grades K-8, and to increase the number of children who choose to walk and bicycle. On a broader level, SRTS programs can enhance children’s health and well-being, ease traffic congestion near the school, and improve community members’ overall quality of life.


Stettin Elementary's SRTS Planning Process Adobe PDF

The Stettin Safe Routes To School (SRTS) Task Force consists of people from the school, law enforcement, local government officials, and local residents.


Task Force Meeting #1 - October 5, 2017 (Agenda Adobe PDF) (PowerPoint Adobe PDF).

Hold an Stettin Elementary SRTS Task Force kick-off meeting.

- Overview planning process.

- Conduct walk audit around school.

- Identify issues and concerns.

- Present data.



Task Force Meeting #2 - November 2, 2017 (Agenda Adobe PDF) Not posted yet.

Identify solutions. The Task Force will review the issues, and include a combination of education, encouragement, engineering, and enforcement strategies to help resolve the issues of why children are not walking or biking to school. These will be listed in the Recommendations chapter.

    Education—includes teaching pedestrians, bicyclists, and drivers about traffic safety and creating awareness of the benefits and goals of SRTS.

    Encouragement—strategies are about having fun; they generate excitement and interest in walking and bicycling.

    Engineering—focuses on tools that work to create safe routes by improving paths, creating safer crossings, and slowing down traffic. At the same time, it recognizes the importance of a balanced roadway environment that can accommodate the needs of all modes of transportation, be it foot, bicycle, or motor vehicle.

    Enforcement—strategies are used to deter unsafe behaviors of drivers, pedestrians, & bicyclists, and to encourage all road users to obey traffic laws and share the road safely.


Community Meeting - November __, 2017 (Agenda Adobe PDF) Not posted yet.


Task Force Meeting #4 - November __, 2017 (Agenda Adobe PDF) Not posted yet.

- Make final changes.


City Council Adoption Meeting - ________ __, 2017 (Agenda Adobe PDF) Not posted yet.

Town Board Adoption Meeting - ________ __, 2017 (Agenda Adobe PDF) Not posted yet.

School Board Adoption Meeting - ________ __, 2017 (Agenda Adobe PDF) Not posted yet.




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