Cool Davis Neighborhood Transportation Fairs
Cool Davis will be wrapping up the summer with two Transportation Fairs!
Alongside our transportation partners we want to help you get to your favorite community destinations while cutting back on emissions.Come down and explore your transportation options, ride a Whymcycle, test drive an electric vehicle, enter to win prizes, and have tons of fun!
Both events will feature:
- Electric Vehicle Test Drives
- Davis Bicycles!
- Safe Routes to School
Go! Back to School
A back to school transportation fair featuring all the things you need to make sure you and your family are using low carbon transportation as your first choice. Back to school bike safety and helmet checks, Safe Routes to Schools maps, and Zipcar too! Sign-up for Active4.me, get your bus pass, check out a new bike, test drive an electric vehicle, and get ready to Go! Back to School.
Saturday, September 12th from 8am-2:30pm in the Veteran’s Memorial parking lot and entrance to Community Park.
Let’s kick emissions to the curb! It’s the first day of the AYSO season and National Drive Electric Week! How will you be getting to games this fall? Come by for some fun between games and learn how you can get to Community Park, Veteran’s Memorial Center, Davis High School, and the Library while keeping your carbon footprint small. This is the Davis Event for National Drive Electric Week, a series of events happening nationwide to celebrate plug-in electric vehicles. SacEV will be out tabling with us, come by and ask them what it’s like to live with an electric vehicle.
If you would like to help at either event or have an electric vehicle you would like to display please contact email@example.com.
Cool Davis is a coalition of citizens, the City of Davis, and community organizations working to empower our community to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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