Thank you to everyone who walked, rode, skateboarded, scooted, roller skated, or joined the 5k run through downtown and experienced Petaluma Boulevard without cars! We hope everyone enjoyed traveling to town via the Lynch Creek Trail and rode the new bicycle infrastructure on Petaluma Boulevard South.
Thank you to everyone who rode the SMART train to Petaluma Ciclovía.
Thank you to all the local nonprofits and community organizations who offered a variety of activities and performances along the route and in Walnut & Lucchesi Parks. Thank you to everyone who patronized our local businesses along the route.
BROUGHT TO YOU BY SCBC AND THE CITY OF PETALUMA
Cravin’s Candy Emporium
151 Petaluma Blvd. S., Sweet 113
(Inside Theater Square)
Open day of event: 11 am – 8 pm
- What does “Ciclovía” mean? The term means “cycle path” in Spanish, and was coined in Bogotá, Columbia, where the event had its beginnings in the 1970s. Many cities in the English-speaking world refer to these events as Open Streets or come up with their own local name.
- I have a business along the route; how will this affect me? In general, businesses alone Ciclovía routes experience increased business during the event! Download our business info sheet for more info.
- This sounds like fun, how can I help make it happen? We will be needing volunteers throughout the day – check out the task list and sign up here.
- Where can I find out more about Ciclovía in general?