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20 is Plenty Yard Sign Pick-Up
March 4 at 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Free yard signs promote 20 mph speed limits!
The City is providing FREE “20 is plenty” yard signs and bumper stickers to raise awareness about Portland’s new 20 mph residential speed limit.
Yard sign pick-up times and locations are:
Northeast: Saturday, Feb. 24, 9:30-2:30 p.m., inside Madison High School at the Fix It Fair, 2735 NE 82nd Ave.
Downtown: Feb. 26-Aug. 31, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., City of Portland Bureau of Transportation, Congress Center Building, 1001 SW 5th, Suite 500 (5th floor)
East: Saturday, March 3, noon-4 p.m., parking lot of Midland Library, 805 SE 122nd Ave.
Northeast: Sunday, March 4, noon – 4 p.m., in front of Vernon Elementary School, 2044 NE Killingsworth St.
East: Saturday, March 10, noon-4 p.m., parking lot of Zenger Farm, 11741 SE Foster Rd.
North: Sunday, March 11, noon – 4 p.m., in front of Boise-Eliot Elementary School, 620 N Fremont St.
North: Saturday, March 17, noon – 4 p.m., in front of Rosa Parks Elementary School, 8960 N Woolsey Ave.
Southeast: Sunday, March 18, noon – 4 p.m., in front of Hosford Middle School, 2303 SE 28th Place
Southeast: Saturday, March 24, noon – 4 p.m., in front of Lane Middle School, 7200 SE 60th Ave
Southwest: Sunday, March 25, noon – 4 p.m., in front of Bridlemile Elementary School, 4300 SW 47th Drive
Southwest: Saturday, March 31, noon-4 p.m., parking lot of Multnomah Arts Center, 7688 SW Capitol Hwy.
Northwest: Saturday, April 7, noon – 4 p.m., in front of Chapman Elementary School, 1445 NW 26th Ave.
Additional locations to be announced at http://visionzeroportland.com
In an effort to increase safety, speed limits on Portland’s residential streets are dropping to 20 miles per hour following a recent Portland City Council decision. The new speed limit will take effect citywide by April 1, 2018.
The 20 mph speed limit is part of Portland’s Vision Zero work to eliminate traffic deaths and serious injuries. A pedestrian hit by a driver at 25 mph is nearly twice as likely to die compared to someone hit at 20 mph.
PBOT is doubling the number of residential speed limit signs, installing approximately 2,000 across the city. Not every residential street will have a speed limit sign, but the 20 mph speed limit will be in effect on all residential streets.
View a map of 20 mph residential streets and get more details on yard signs at http://visionzeroportland.com.
Thank you for supporting safe streets by promoting the new speed limit and by driving 20 mph or less on our residential streets!