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Face Covering Directive for City Facilities and Vehicles

Effective July 28, 2021, Portland CAO Tom Rinehart has issued a directive mandating the use of face coverings for everyone inside City facilities and vehicles. Check our face coverings page for more information.

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COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience

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About the City of Portland Safe Routes to School program
The Safe Routes to School team created a series of graphics to help families decide how they will return to classrooms during hybrid learning.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) and Multnomah County Library invite students from pre-K to 12th grade to design bike lane art for the 2021 “Bike to Books” digital design contest, part of May Bike Month. First-place designs are installed on Portland streets by PBOT striping crews.
Bike Safety Education materials and handouts for use in a classroom and outdoor setting. Students build handling and road awareness skills through drills and short neighborhood rides.
The City of Portland wants to see more people using bikes for transportation and has compiled these key resources for keeping your bike safe and secure.

Chơi “RECESS”

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RECESS is a Portland Safe Routes to School program offering middle school students activity ideas and wellness tips while they are distance learning.
Learn how the voter approved Fixing Our Streets program funded $8 million worth of engineering projects to improve how Portland families access schools. Understand how projects were selected and view a map of funded locations.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation and Metro are hosting focus groups with high school students to better understand their perspectives on traffic safety.
It's important to wear a properly fitting helmet to protect yourself in case of a crash. This page will explain how you can adjust your or your child's helmet to fit properly.
A Bike Train is a group of students riding their bikes to school, usually with adult supervision. It can be as simple as two families taking turns biking students to school or a structured program with routes, a schedule and meeting locations.
A Walking School Bus is a group of students walking to school together. Students and parents choose to meet at a park or an intersection and then walk from there, usually along the same route. Some families may walk to the meeting spot, others may drive or take transit.

It's RECESS time!

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RECESS is a Portland Safe Routes to School program offering 6th - 9th grade students activity ideas and wellness tips while they are distance learning.
Safe Routes to School works to reduce traffic congestion and harmful idling fumes around schools. The Idle-Free School Toolkit is available to help spread the word that idling is especially hazardous for children and should be reduced around school drop-off and pick-up areas.

Participe en RECESS

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RECESS is a Portland Safe Routes to School program offering middle school students activity ideas and wellness tips while they are distance learning.
A short list of places and parks where you can ride bikes or skate off-street in Portland.

参加RECESS

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RECESS is a Portland Safe Routes to School program offering middle school students activity ideas and wellness tips while they are distance learning.
Contest terms on how to participate in the RECESS program
A list of prizes and winners of the 2021 RECESS program hosted by the Portland Bureau of Transportation's (PBOT) Safe Routes to School team.
Traveling to school or even out of the country doesn't happen much right now. Stretch your brain and learn about getting around -- everywhere!
Aim for 60 minutes of movement each day! PE, playing sports, dancing, biking, or going for a walk are all good ways to keep your heart and lungs healthy, circulate blood flow, and get a good night's sleep.
Doing nice things for others causes our brain to release endorphins. Endorphins reduce stress, relieve pain, and basically make you feel pretty good. Everyone wins!
Reduce stress, relax, and give your mind a break. These activities help lower blood pressure, heart rate, and sharpen your focus for the next round of classes.
You don't need weights or special skills to build muscle, bone strength, and prevent injuries. Strength training also boosts confidence and mental health.
Beyond flexibility, stretching moves oxygen and blood through your body, calms your mind, and reduces stress. It's a quick way to reset when you feel tired.
The Safe Routes to School team has assembled a list of resources for families to access during the closure of Oregon schools in response to COVID-19.