Mission Statement:
To advocate for all people in Golden having access to key community destinations on streets and pathways that are safe for those from ages 8 to 80.
To be a community that is walkable, bikeable, and accessible to all.

Want to help with events?
Sign up with the 2024 Bike Walk Golden Signups tab above!
* June 22nd Trailapalooza at Runners Roost
2120 Ford Street Golden, CO 80401 9:30AM to 12:30PM
* June 25th Golden Bike Cruise 13th and Arapahoe 5:30 to 7:30 PM
* June 26th 6:30-9:30 AM – Bike to Work Day Vanover Park
(1019 Ford Street) rain or shine!
* Jul 7th Trail Courtesy Campaign HW 6th and 19th on "the Lid" 8:30-10AM
* Jul 30th Golden Bike Cruise 13th and Arapahoe 5:30 to 7:30 PM
* Aug 17th Trail Courtesy Campaign HW 58th underpass 8:30-10AM
* Aug 27th Golden Bike Cruise 13th and Arapahoe 5:30 to 7:30 PM
* Sep 21st National Clear Up Day Gateway Station Lot
* Sep 22nd Golden Gallup Golden High School
* Sep 24th Golden Bike Cruise 13th and Arapahoe 5:30 to 7:30 PM
check back for more!
Give the City your feedback:
City of Golden Community Engagement Opportunities
Open House # 1:
• Tuesday, June 18, 2024 (5:30 - 7:00 p.m.)
at Ride Wrap, 1950 Ford St, Golden, CO 80401
(Building entrance is off of Ford Street)
Have time for admin support tasks?
Throughout the year we need volunteers to keep things running.
Your involvement is appreciated whenever you are available
- you don't have to attend every meeting,
but if you are interested, please contact us for details.
Year round volunteer options include:
* attend a Golden Mobility and Transportation Board (MTAB)
meetings on the 4th Thursday of the month, 6pm in City Council Chambers.
* attend a Bike Jeffco zoom meeting.
Bike Walk Golden is a 501 (c) 3 organization
Donations will be acknowledged (upon request).

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Objectives: work with City of Golden staff advocating to:
- Offer safe biking options:
* with lanes separated from cars, or*
* with cars if the travel speed is 18 mph or less*
- Offer safe crossing for bikes and pedestrians that meet the needs
of an 8 year old, or an 80 year old
- Create a new east/west bike/ped connection that is an
alternative to the clear creek corridor
- Create welcoming streets for walking and biking- Create a safe and happy city that prioritizes people’s well-being
and enhances the small town feel that makes Golden
so special to residents and visitors

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