In 2011, the City launched a Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program to promote walking and bicycling to school for Mountain View students and families.
The benefits of Safe Routes to School include improving transportation safety, reducing traffic congestion, providing a pleasant environment for physical activities, and promoting inclusion and independence.
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Watch Santa Clara Safe Routes for All to learn more about the program.
how to walk and roll to school
|Bubb Elementary||Landels Elementary||Springer Elementary|
|Castro and Mistral Elementary||Los Altos High School||Stevenson and Theuerkauf Elementary|
|Crittenden Middle||Monta Loma Elementary||Jose Vargas Elementary (MVWSD)|
|Graham Middle||Mountain View High School||Alta Vista High School|
Mountain View Parent Survey
If you are a resident of Mountain View and have a student-age child or children, please fill out this survey by November 18, 2022. Your feedback is extremely valuable and will help us evaluate and improve this program.
Crossing Guard analysis
The City of Mountain View and the Mountain View Whisman School District (MVWSD) have each committed $50,000 for additional crossing guards in FY 2022-23. The City of Mountain View will utilize the additional funding of $100,000 to deploy five new crossing guards for the school year 2022-2023. For more information, click here.
For the next school year, the recommended intersections for the crossing guards are:
Join SRTS Coordinating Committee
To join Safe Routes to School Coordinating Committee, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Safety Tips and Education Materials (coming soon!)
With any Safe Routes to School related questions in Mountain View, please email email@example.com