As part of its countywide Safe Routes to School program, the San Mateo County Office of Education (SMCOE) is conducting an online walk audit of Belle Haven School. A walk audit assesses streets in a particular study area, to see how safe and comfortable conditions are for walking and bicycling. The SMCOE is inviting the public to submit feedback in order to better understand the streets in the Belle Haven neighborhood. The online walk audit
is available in both English and Spanish, and is open until Friday, March 12, 2021.
Residents are able to submit feedback on topics related to streets in Belle Haven such as sidewalks, street crossings/intersections, comfort, driver behavior and safety. Users will be able to assist the SMCOE by plotting specific issues on a map imbedded in the survey and submitting photos.
The SMCOE encourages and appreciates feedback from the community, as users of the streets around Belle Haven School truly know the neighborhood best. The information gathered from this survey will be shared with the City of Menlo Park Safe Routes to School program, and having feedback and data on-hand may help to support potential future street improvements in Belle Haven.
For more information about the SMCOE’s survey or the City of Menlo Park Safe Routes to School Program, please contact Safe Routes to School Coordinator Andre-Anne Cadieux