The City of Portland and authors of this map (“City”) provide this map “as is” for the user’s convenience and expressly disclaim any representations or warranties regarding map information and road conditions. There may be discrepancies between what is shown on the map and actual conditions so riders are reminded to remain vigilant for road hazards. The City assumes no liability for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies in the information provided for bicyclists who choose to travel on the routes depicted. Because bicycle riding involves inherent risk, users of this map waive any and all liability against the City for use of this map or routes.
Please note: Map quality is best when you download the PDF to your computer (right click and save link). Click here to order paper copies free of charge.
The Safe Routes school maps highlight:
- recommended walking and biking routes to your school
- neighborhood parks
- safer low-traffic streets, off-street paths and bikes lanes
- difficult intersections, high traffic streets and traffic signals
- streets with sidewalks are denoted on the SW school maps
All maps are available in six languages, including English, Spanish, Somali, Russian, Vietnamese, and Traditional Chinese. Maps can be printed in 11"x17" format or wall-size 3'x4' poster.
Click on the name of your school below to view your school's map and download the PDF (English only shown).
Looking for middle or high school maps? We recommend using the Bike/Walk Neighborhood Maps, which you can find here. Family-friendly maps for middle schools coming Fall 2016!