Do you want to help bring open streets for safe social distancing during COVID 19 in your city? Check out city-specific opportunities below. Signing up on the forms will put you on the mailing list to receive the latest volunteer calls, as they come.
We are also developing mutual aid network volunteer opportunities with our community partners and will also list them here.
On April 10th, the city of Oakland announced the Slow Streets program, which aims to support safe physical activity by creating more space for social distancing. The program opens up designated bike boulevards in the latest Bike Plan. New closures are announced every two to three weeks. See here for the latest closures.
Sign up here to get on the volunteer mailing list for Oakland Slow Streets.
Phone Banking - OakDOT and volunteers are conducting phone outreach to collect feedback about the slow streets program and distribute information about COVID-19 testing. Register with this form to get your data input to the phonebanking app and check in with Chris.Corral@BikeEastBay.org to get further set up.
Saturday flyering - Slow street signage is put roughly every 2 or 3 weeks by volunteers coordinated by Bike East Bay and WOBO. Sign up with the form above to get put on the call list.
Food distribution - District 6 has coordinated a free food distribution program at 10am on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Rowena Brown (510)734-0025 to get set up.
Bike East Bay and Walk Bike Berkeley are still confirming opportunities around Slow Streets and mutual aid networks. Sign up here to get calls to action from WalkBikeBerkeley when they are available in Berkeley.