Districts with Action Plans
State legislation requires an agency or organization complete a SRTS Action Plan (or be in the process of creating one) in order to be eligible to receive SRTS programmatic funds. An Action Plan highlights what a school or school district identifies as 1) achievable, 2) measureable, 3) steps to take, and 4) partners to include, showing how SRTS funding can be used to get kids biking, walking, and rolling to school.
ODOT provides mini-grants ($2,000) to fund development of action plans; however, completion of a plan does not guarantee that additional funds will be awarded in the future. The level of expectation regarding Action Plan deliverables has evolved over time, but schools or districts are only required to update and resubmit Action Plans if they choose to reapply for later grant cycles. As of the 2015-2016 academic year, 189 schools in Oregon had completed a SRTS Action Plan.
Action Plans can be a valuable tool to strategically plan for and apply for grants from other funding sources.
In addtion to the schools and communities that have been awarded SRTS funds, as shown in the Infrastructure and Non Infrastructure pages, the following have submitted Action Plans to the state's SRTS Program:
|Region 1||Region 2||Region 3||Region 4||Region 5|
|Hillsboro SD||Fern Ridge SD||Central Curry SD||Bend-LaPine SD||Athena-Weston SD|
|North Clackamas SD||Lincoln County SD||Jackson County SD||Harney County SD||Cove SD|
|Canby SD||Monroe SD||North Wasco SD||Morrow County SD|
|Newberg SD||Union SD|
|North Santiam SD|