Safe Routes to School (SRTS) is a national program run locally through the City of Decatur that empowers communities to make walking and bicycling to school a safe and routine activity. Program goals are to have more students and adults active to help improve fitness levels, to reduce congestion around schools, and improve air quality around schools. Decatur has had an active SRTS program since 2005. Beginning with the 2008-2009 school year, the Decatur Active Living Division took on the management and development of Decatur’s program.To visit the City of Decatur's Safe Routes To School page, click here.
College Heights Early Learning Center
Click here for designated routes.
Click here for Clairemont designated routes and information.
Click here for Glennwood designated routes.
Click here for Oakhurst designated routes.
Oakhurst ES Off-site parking and meet-up points: Commercial lot on the corner of College and Mead (The Imperial), and Oakhurst Park parking lot.
Click here for Westchester designated routes.
Winnona Park Elementary
Click here for Winnona Park designated routes.
Alternative Commute Options for Winnona park students! Click here.
For a system-wide map of Decatur's Safe Routes to School, click here.