Safe Routes to School
Minnesota Safe Routes to School is an effort to improve walking and bicycling conditions for our youth and encourage more active lifestyles. The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT), along with many other partners across the state, are working together to help schools and communities develop Safe Routes to School programs.
Safe Routes in Foley
The City of Foley is kicking off our Safe Routes to School planning efforts! The city received a Planning Assistance grant from MnDOT earlier this year to help convene a team, prioritize strategies, and identify solutions. You can read more about the grant in MnDOT’s April 3 press release.
Safe Routes to School is a collaborative effort with the school, city and county to produce a safe routes to school plan. You can help by taking a few minutes to map your walking route to school.
MnDOT Safe Routes to School Planning
Please provide your opinion about walking and bicycling near your school by completing this web map. Your responses will be kept anonymous and the information gathered through the survey will help to guide recommendations that will make it easier, safer, and more fun for students to walk or bike to school.
Minnesota Safe Routes to School: Foley, Minnesota, Wins 2018 Walk to School Day Photo Contest
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