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Safe Routes to School Maps

The Tigard Safe Routes to School Program works to provide safe and fun routes to schools in order to promote walking and biking as primary active modes of transportation.

  • Sidewalk and Trail Maps are a resource to help families plan both their own walking routes to school and around their neighborhood.
  • Safe Routes To School Maps (SRTS) are preplanned suggested routes that families may use when walking to and from school.

Alberta Rider Elementary
Sidewalk & Trail Map   |    SRTS Map 

Charles F. Tigard Elementary
Sidewalk & Trail Map   |   SRTS Map

Deer Creek Elementary
   Sidewalk & Trail Map      

Durham Elementary
   Sidewalk & Trail Map   |   SRTS Map

Fowler Middle School
   Sidewalk & Trail Map      

Mary Woodward Elementary
   Sidewalk & Trail Map   |   SRTS Map

Metzger Elementary School
   Sidewalk & Trail Map   |   SRTS Map

Templeton Elementary School
   Sidewalk & Trail Map   |   SRTS Map

Twality Middle School
   Sidewalk & Trail Map    

Safe Routes to School Coordinator
503-718-2708 | Email

En Español
Mapas de Rutas Seguras a la Escuela

Walking School Buses – Start One Today!
A walking school bus is a group of children walking to school with one or more adults. The flexibility of the walking school bus makes it appealing to communities of all sizes with varying needs.

Safe Routes to School Program

Start Simple!
Remember the program can always grow; it often makes sense to start with a small bus and see how it works. Choose a group of parents and children in your neighborhood who are interested.

  1. Invite families who live nearby to walk.
  2. Pick a route and take a test walk.
  3. Decide how often the group will walk together.

Have Fun!
Walking School Buses have many benefits:

  • It increases supervision, safety, and fun for students who already walk.
  • It permits additional students to walk, introducing them to an important and easy habit.
  • It reduces auto traffic, particularly near schools during drop-off and pick-up times.
  • It creates a sense of community by getting neighbors to take turns as bus drivers.
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