Rocky Ridge Residents, did you hear about the Rocky Ridge Royal Oak Community Association initiative, the Pace Car program? The Pace Car program is a locally delivered, nation-wide program that focuses on raising awareness around speed reduction in the community, especially in playground zones and pedestrian-dense areas.
The Pace Car program involves seeking out community members to sign up as Pace Car drivers. Participants will sign the Pace Car Supporters Pledge and proudly display the official Pace Car emblems on their car window. Many Pace Cars work to calm traffic throughout a neighbourhood - the more people who participate, the better it works!
RRROCA, the Calgary Police Services and the Ward 1 and 2 offices will launch this pilot program on May 28, 2016, 4:00 p.m. at the Rocky Ridge Retirement Centre. Join and be part of the solution for pedestrian safety. To register to become a Pace Car participant in the Rocky Ridge/Royal Oak pilot, visit the Rocky Ridge Royal Oak Community Association website to sign up and access the program tools and resources.
For more information about the Community Pace Car Program, please view the Pace Media Kit below.
Pace Media Kit
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