How Can I Get Involved?

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Step 1: Connect with Cupertino

We welcome any community member with an interest to create safer streets and sidewalks to get more involved in Cupertino Safe Routes to School! Email with your interest.

Step 2: Join Our Team

Attend one of our Working Group meetings. If you’re interested in attending a meeting or have other comments, questions, or capacity to help, please email

Step 3: Become an SR2S Champion

As the old saying goes, "It takes a village to raise a child," and it takes a community to keep our streets safe for walkers and bikers. Through Safe Routes 2 School, each one of us has the power to keep our students safe and reduce car traffic. Help make your school community safer by following one of these Safe Routes to School Leader Guides.  


    Step 4: Check Out Existing Resources

    City Resources

    Cupertino offers on-site presentations that explain the approach of Cupertino Safe Routes to School and provide ways to increase program reach at school sites. If you want more parent and student safety education at your school, email to request a presentation. 

    ** For multi-lingual versions of these tips, please visit the Learn More page** 


    Sheriff Resources

    The Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office offers Bicycle Pedestrian Safety Presentations and Bike Rodeos to all schools in Cupertino. In addition, they also offer parent presentations. These age-appropriate, interactive presentations provide tons of great safety information! To request a student or parent presentation, email or contact your School Resource Officer.

    County Resources

    • Silicon Valley Bike Coalition provides trainings and safety education to students and parents including the following.  

      • Family Education Workshops - Traffic safety information, on-bike skills training, community bike ride, Bay Area Bike Mobile for mobile bike repair (pending availability). **These workshops can be tailored to fit the needs of your school.

      • Parent Trainings - Safe Routes to School information, requirements of a Safe Routes to School program, Bike Safety Education, routes-to-school planning, motorist education. **These trainings can be tailored to fit the needs of your school

      • Please contact or SVBC’s Education Programs Manager,  Ann Jasper with questions or to schedule a workshop or training.