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The City of Portland, Oregon

Portland Bureau of Transportation

Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 1331, Portland, OR 97204

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Get Involved!

  • Get involved: Start a Walking School Bus and walk with other families a few times per month.

  • Get involved: Ride to school with your student once a month or more.

  • Get involved: Help coordinate the Walk + Bike activities at your student's school. Photo Credit: Annie's Sweet Pea Photography

How can I support walking, biking, and rolling at my school?

Have no fear, Safe Routes to School is here! We will help you and your students get moving, in a way that works for you and your school. No job is too small, no timeframe too short -- just get out there and try it!

Types of SRTS volunteer opportunities

Volunteering can be a small or big commitment, depending on your availability and interest. We've made up a quick table below to give you an idea of what volunteering with Safe Routes to School can mean, whether once a year or once a week. 

Table of volunteer roles

Of course, everything in the table is just a suggestion. Volunteering is an opportunity to craft something that both you and your student enjoy.

Volunteering at your schoolTwo volunteer superheroes

Our SRTS school coordinators can help link you up to volunteer opportunities at your school. Click here to get started. 

Sign up for our Volunteering Quarterly email!

If you want to volunteer for the Safe Routes program as a whole, sign up for our email list here.
(Just enter your email on the PBOT landing page to get signed up!)

Still have questions? Email us at, or call Abra at 503-823-5156.

Start a Walking or Rolling Group at School 

Volunteer for Bicycle or Pedestrian Safety Classes

Student Volunteers

Students can help out in lots of ways. Check out some ideas here and let us help get you on your way!

Menu of Safe Routes Resources

A menu of options our Safe Routes staff can assist with to help grow and support your school programs.