Do you want safer, more walkable neighborhoods?
If you believe that our neighborhood streets should be safer for pedestrians, bicyclists, children, pets and yourself – then you can become part of the solution by taking the pledge to take part in the Neighborhood Pace Car program.
Pledge forms may also be signed at these locations in South-East Rochester where stickers may then be picked up immediately:
- SE Neighborhood Service Center, 320 N Goodman St, Suite 209
- Abundance Cooperative Market, 62 Marshall Street
- Sully Branch Library, 530 Webster Avenue
- Thomas P. Ryan Recreation Center, 530 Webster Avenue
- Winton Branch Library, 611 Winton Road North
- Monroe Branch Library, 809 Monroe Avenue
- Highland Branch Library, 971 South Avenue
Use the links below to download an information sheet and/or the pledge form.
*The Pace Car program was invented by David Engwicht of Creative Communities International, Queensland, Australia. Read more about the history of the Neighborhood Pace Car program at this link.