Walk and Bike Mendocino is a program of the North Coast Opportunities (https://www.ncoinc.org/)
Creating happy and healthy communities by making it easy to Walk & Bike.
What We Do
Walk and Bike Mendocino promotes walking and biking as a primary transportation choice in short distance travel in Mendocino County. Functioning as a program of the North Coast Opportunities, W&B staff support pro walking and biking governmental policies and infrastructure, provide public education and safe routes to school programs, work with neighborhood coalitions on platemaking as a health promotion tool, and collaborate with other organizations and volunteers working on similar or supportive projects to meet shared goals.
- Bicycle and Pedestrian Advocacy and Education
- Placemaking to improve neighborhood health
- Bicycle Kitchen Support
- Promote Pro walking and Biking governmental policies and infrastructure
- Safe Routes to School Programs
Safe Routes to School (SRTS)
We are currently providing SRTS programs at selected schools in Anderson Valley, Covelo, Fort Bragg, Laytonville, Potter Valley, Ukiah, and Willits.
Our programs include:
* Pedestrian Education
* Bicycle Safety Education
* Helmet Safety Education
Contact us if you are interested in developing SRTS programs at your school.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Advocacy and Education
We provide a support system for city and county planners and decision-makers to include the concerns of bicyclists and pedestrians in transportation selections. Adult bicycle and after-school classes are also available.
Bicycle Kitchen Support
Bicycle Kitchens teach people of all ages and backgrounds how to repair bicycles. Our support promotes personal development and provides leadership opportunities.
All services are free, but donations are greatly appreciated and go towards supporting bicycle kitchens. Volunteers are always needed, so if you know of someone who is interested in learning about bicycles, let us know!