Join us and the League of Women Voters Santa Monica this Sunday to celebrate Women’s Equity Day with ice cream in the park! Yes there will be nondairy options!! Fun activities for all ages with our suffragette sash decorating along with a short program on Women’s Equity Day!
On August 18th we celebrated 100yrs of women’s right to vote. The bicycle was an integral part of the suffragette and women’s emancipation movement. This begins a year long centennial celebration and collaboration with the League of Women Voters Santa Monica. We hope you will join us. @lwvsantamonica #womensequityday #suffragette
The City’s Human Services Division needs your input as they work to reimagine the City’s social service grants and direct services that serve thousands of Santa Monica residents every year. Through a series of meetings, they are seeking community feedback on what measures of success are most meaningful and impactful, as well as what types of services are needed.
As valued local community partners, and people who live and work in Santa Monica, your insight is needed to ensure that the City’s social services are contributing to a safe, inclusive and diverse community that supports a thriving economy. In addition to your own attendance at one of these meetings, we are asking that you share this opportunity with your networks.
Together we build a stronger and more inclusive community!
Join us for a day at the beach to learn more about Lyft Scooters and shared micro-mobility transportation options. Santa Monica Spoke’s certified instructors join the Lyft education and outreach team to be on hand to help boost your skills at this fun and free event!
Interested in learning more about scooters and road safety? Join Lyft and Santa Monica Spoke at the Santa Monica Bike Campus Sunday August 11th for the first in a series of scooter safety events.
Find out more about scooters and shared micro-mobility options. Learn the rules of the road, your rights and responsibilities, and new safety skills and techniques in a safe off road environment.
*Scooters are allowed on the campus for this event only. The beach is a e-scooter NO RIDE ZONE.
We’ll also be giving out helmets & refreshments for riders!
Calling all road users: people walking, biking, driving cars or scooters! The City of Santa Monica launched an interactive map to provide input on where our communities problem areas are as we studying how to best improve road safety in Santa Monica. We shared this at our last meeting and as part of the Wilshire Blvd. Safety Study outreach. We’ve had some great input – have you given yours? We are asking you to use this new interactive map tool to report any safety concerns you may have through out all of Santa Monica. Check it out at santamonica.gov/friendlyroad
The City of Santa Monica is conducting a roadway safety analysis for Wilshire Boulevard between Ocean Ave. and Centinela Ave. We want your help to identify safety issues and concerns!
Please join us and attend this first community workshop on June 8th at Reed Park Auditorium (1133 7th Street, Santa Monica). The meeting is open house format, so drop-in anytime.
In 2019 there will be a series of community engagement opportunities and outreach to help inform this project. Want to get involved? Please sign-up for project information at the weblink (below). Stay tuned for the second of these two larger community meetings this fall – 2019.
For those who can’t make it, there will be opportunities to provide comments online, or you can e-mail directly at email@example.com.
Provide transportation safety input via the Take the Friendly Road interactive map. Live or work in the neighborhood and want to participate in the community listening workshops? – Click here to sign up for City updates – Contact the project team at Safe.Wilshire@smgov.net