Safe Routes to School Planning

NRS works directly with Humboldt County community leaders, schools and parents to improve safety and encourage more children to safely walk and bicycle to school. NRS helps coordinate both the Greater Eureka and Humboldt County Safe Routes to School Task Forces.

Related Projects

The Lafayette Elementary Remote Drop Off (SRTS) Program aims to increase the number of students safely walking and bicycling to school by using a combination of infrastructure and creative non-infr

The Redwood Mobility Education Program brings together partners from Public Health, schools, after school programs, community-based organizations, parents, and law enforcement to shift norms about

Objectives of this project included providing assistance to South Fortuna Elementary (SFE) and Redwood Preparatory Charter School (RPCS) as they transitioned to sharing the same campus.

The Redwood Crossing Guard Program provides education, encouragement, and support for adult crossing guards in Humboldt County’s elementary and middle-schools.

Mendocino County Schools Map

NRS was contracted by Alta Planning + Design to assist Mendocino County with preparing a Safe Routes to School Plan for the County.

NRS was contracted to coordinate the Education and Encouragement component of a Cycle 8 State-legislated SR2S Grant received by the City of Eureka.

CA4Health is a 5-year Community Transformation Grant from the CDC focused on reducing the burden of chronic disease in rural communities throughout California.

Working in conjunction with the Humboldt County Association of Governments (HCAOG) and Alta Planning + Design, the Natural Resources Services Division of RCAA created a tool to help jurisdictions s