Many services can be accessed online rather than in person. In person services currently require advance appointments.
Menlo Park in a Stage 2 drought. Please take urgent steps to reduce water use.
Menlo Park's Safe Routes to Schools program aims to enhance access to all schools that serve Menlo Park residents.
The City leads the preparation of a Safe Routes to Schools plan with a particular focus on gathering input and feedback from school officials, students, parents and residents near the school.
Citywide walk and roll map
While there are individual School Walk and Roll maps that are customized for each school, there is also a citywide map to help facilitate longer trips across the City. The map displays bicycle lanes, walking paths, the Peninsula Bikeway, SamTrans routes, traffic signals and schools.
Adult crossing guards help students and families navigate difficult crossings, reducing the common barriers parents describe in allowing their children to walk and roll to and from school.
Subscribe to the monthly Safe Routes to School newsletter
Safe Routes to School annual reports
The Safe Routes to School program has created resources for students and their families to help plan the best route for bicycling and walking to school.
The Safe Routes to School Task Force brings together officials from the city, schools, county agencies, local organizations and parents.
Walk and Roll maps are created for each school to facilitate the best route for bicycling or walking from local neighborhoods.
Walk and Roll with your community! Participate in our video challenge!
Contract Safe Routes to School Coordinator
Transportation Demand Management Coordinator