Please select the projects in which you are interested.
Not sure what you want to do, but just know that you're interested in helping? This could entail helping staff a booth or table at local events (not otherwise listed as a Project here) where we promote all the great programs that we have, as well as advocate for practicing safe cycling, or even helping on group ride.
The “Paint the Pavement” Initiative (also sometimes referred to as "Creative Streets") is a project where BFC endeavors to paint various intersections of Fort Collins in the spirit of ultimately improving their safety, contingent upon appropriate approvals from the city. We are proposing the intersection of Canyon Ave., Sherwood St. and Magnolia St. as the first intersection to benefit from this effort, as it is an important artery in the town’s bicycle infrastructure and because the nature of the 5-point intersection creates confusing navigation for cyclists and motorists alike. We are seeking to engage community member participants/volunteers from the start--to air ideas, concerns and wishes. Then the intent is for the project to transition into needing volunteers to literally help paint the pavement.
While our Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Instructors are ultimately paid positions, we have instructors begin as volunteers to 1) allow you to ensure it's the right fit for you and, 2) enable you to train/learn so that once we add you to the payroll, you can hit the ground running as an SRTS instructor. When you sign-up for this James Herzog, our Safe Routes to School Instructional Coordinator will follow up with you