2019 Redmond Bicycle & Pedestrian Count Day
CALLING VOLUNTEERS for the City of Redmond Bicycle and Pedestrian Counts
The City of Redmond Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) is conducting its 6th Annual Bicycle and Pedestrian Counts to take a snapshot of bicycle and pedestrians users (in addition to rollers, such as skateboarders, scooters and those in wheelchairs), to measure the impact of improvements and programs over time, and help build support for future improvements.
Volunteers Needed! We need volunteers for two hour shifts to sit at designated locations and count users on Thursday, September 12th from 3:30 pm-5:30 pm and/or Saturday, September 14th from noon to 2pm. No experience is necessary and training and safety gear will be provided.
Please notify others who might be interested. If you have questions, please contact Scott Woodford with the City of Redmond either by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 541-923-7758
IT'S EASY TO VOLUNTEER! Sign up following the instructions below.
STEP 1: Select Redmond Count Site Location. Click on this link that will take you to a site that allows you to reserve a count location from the count sites. Once complete, it will redirect you back to this site.
STEP 2: Download Count Location Packet. Based on your selected location in STEP 1, download the corresponding Location Packet from the table below. These packets include official count forms and maps.
STEP 3: Download Count Day Instruction Packet. Download and review your Count Day Instruction Packet for safety and counting protocols and the Volunteer Consent Form that must be filled out prior to volunteering. See Table below to download (PDF)
STEP 4: Instructional Video. Watch a short 4 minute instruction presentation on how to do the counts correctly.
DAY OF COUNT INSTRUCTIONS
September 12th instructions: Meet at the picnic tables at the new Centennial Park expansion (across from City Hall) at 3 pm on the 12th to get your safety vest, sign, and drop off your volunteer consent form, then go to your site. Do the counts from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm, then return the vest and completed count forms to the same place at Centennial Park and enjoy a Volunteer Appreciation pizza party.
September 14th Instructions: Meet at the new Centennial Park expansion (across from City Hall) at 11:00 am on the 14th to pick up your safety vest, sign and drop of your volunteer consent form and enjoy a Volunteer Appreciation pizza party, then go your count site at 11:45 am. Do the counts from Noon-2 pm, then return your vest, sign and completed count forms to the same place at Centennial Park or to me at City Hall on Monday.
|VOLUNTEER INFORMATION||CLICK TO DOWNLOAD|
|Volunteer Consent Form||Volunteer Consent Form|
Volunteer Training Information
|4 minute instruction presentation|
|Count Day Instructions||Count Day Instruction Packet|
NW COUNT LOCATIONS PACKET
|10th Street & Quince Ave.|
|19th St. & Maple Ave.|
|Dry Canyon Trail @ Maple Ave. Bridge|
|Dry Canyon Trail @ 15th St. & Black Butte Blvd.|
|9th St. & Black Butte Blvd.|
|Canyon Boulevard & Deschutes Avenue|
|9th St. & Deschutes Avenue|
NE COUNT LOCATIONS PACKET
|Maple Ave. Overpass @ US 97|
|Evergreen Ave/Hwy 126 & SE Franklin Ave.|
SE COUNT LOCATIONS PACKET
|Airport Way @ COCC (Central Oregon Community College)|
SW COUNT LOCATIONS PACKET
|15th St. & Highland Ave.|
|Highland Ave. & Rimrock Blvd|
|27th St. & Obsidian Ave.|
|Dry Canyon Trail @ Obsidian Ave. Stairs|
|US 97 & Veterans Parkway|
|Dry Canyon Trail @ Quartz Ave.|
|Helmholtz Way & Obsidian Ave.|
|Canal Blvd. & Pumice Ave.|
|Canal Blvd. & South Heights Ave.|