Alameda County Safe Routes to Schools — Pedestrian Rodeo Request Form
The Alameda County Safe Routes to Schools Program is funded by the Alameda County Transportation Commission (www.alamedactc.org). Your transportation dollars at work!

Thanks for your interest in the Alameda County Safe Routes to Schools' Pedestrian Rodeo program.

A pedestrian rodeo is an interactive hands-on training that allows students from K-12 to experience traffic situations as pedestrians in a simulated and safe learning environment called Safe Moves City. The middle and high school programs include a component designed to engage students in dialogue about the causes of major pedestrian crashes and the countermeasures that can be taken to avoid them. The rodeos can be tailored to address specific safety concerns at your school.

Please fill out the form below to request a pedestrian rodeo at your school.

School Name *
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School Address *
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School District *
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School Principal's Name *
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School Principal's Main Contact Information
Please provide the best phone number or email address for your school's principal (if known).
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Main School Contact's Name *
Please provide the name of the person who will help us schedule and coordinate this event at your school.
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Main School Contact's Phone Number *
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Main School Contact's Email Address *
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What is the best way to communicate with the main school contact? *
Please enter your top three dates to schedule your school's Pedestrian Rodeo. *
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Please check the boxes next to the requirements to indicate that your school can provide them. *
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Is your school enrolled in the Alameda County Safe Routes to School Program? *
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