Safe Routes to School – New Signage in Place, More to Come

While we were all enjoying our break for the holidays, the city was hard at work on our behalf. New signs have been installed near some of our schools to encourage and support the Three-Block Challenge.

These signs – at Elenda and Culver (near the paddle tennis courts) and along Sawtelle near Hayter and South of Jefferson – indicate Park and Walk Zones as reminders to take the 3 Block Challenge.

The Elenda and Culver Zone helps to support families heading to La Ballona, Farragut, Culver City Middle School and Culver City High School, while the Sawtelle Zones support families heading to El Marino and El Rincon.

Driving door-to-door each day is unnecessary for most families. These Zones have been created to encourage families to park and walk three blocks or more during drop off and pick up times. By parking and walking from these zones, you will help reduce traffic and congestion while also creating safer and healthier school zones, especially for those who have less options and require dropping off in front of school.

And more are coming. Park and Walk Zones will soon be added near Lindberg Park and along Kinston to support the Farragut and El Rincon communities.

Safe Routes to School

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