With the Delta variant surging, Denver has issued new public health orders requiring pre-K through 12th-grade students to wear masks at school and requiring city employees and some private-sector workers in high-risk settings to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Denver Safe Routes to School serves school communities to create safe and equitable places and opportunities that enable physical activity, lowers the obesity rate and risk while traveling to and from school.
View our Safe Routes to School International Handout(PDF, 285KB)
Download the "Benefits of Safe Routes to School" Poster(PDF, 654KB)
Health and safety are key benefits of Safe Routes to School. Studies have shown that the community benefits from Safe Routes to School initiatives include:
Here's how to submit a Safe Routes to School support request through 311:
We are transitioning our support requests to a process that we hope will better support your needs. While we are transitioning this process, please submit your request by calling 311 and be sure to include one (1) of the following statements in your request to ensure that we receive it:
Save the case number you are given in case you have questions about the status of your request.
Learn about the upcoming events and projects in Denver's Department of Transportation & Infrastructure that support Safe Routes to School.
Montbello Bicycle Course
The City and County of Denver wants to know!
Please report these individual school safety concerns to our 311 service. You can either call 3-1-1 or submit your concern online at pocketgov.org.
Please report an urgent safety concern that requires immediate attention to the Denver Police Department by calling 9-1-1.
Report a Problem or Safety Concern to 311