Stay Safe, Rediscover, and Reconnect
We are excited to see so many people out riding, walking and safely using public spaces. However, fighting the spread of COVID-19 and caring for our neighbors and family is the immediate priority.
As the scope of our day-to-day shrinks and our perspectives shift more tightly in on the immediate community, our individual homes, and families, we’ve seen the need for core transportation increase.
Walking, biking and the use of public green space have become more popular during the pandemic as we saw in all of the State and County parks prior to their closing.
Our biggest hope to see a lasting and positive change after this crisis.
None of this outweighs the enormous impact and tragedy of COVID-19.
In this scary, uncertain time, we hope everyone can:
Stay safe, stay informed and take every step to stay healthy.
Rediscover our streets, sidewalks, and trails as places of refuge and shared value.
Reconnect (virtually) with loved ones, neighbors, and your community.
Thank you to the people working on the front lines of this crisis, our healthcare workers, grocery store and restaurant workers, delivery workers, transit workers, first responders, and everyone continuing to keep our community and nation running.
Please do whatever is within your means to support these and all people affected by this virus.
Most of all, stay safe.