What is the mayor’s challenge:
Strong neighborhoods have been a long tradition in the City of Palo Alto. When a Palo Altan meets another Palo Altan, one of the first questions often is to find out which neighborhood they live in. It reflects a sense of community and identity within the City. Today, over 65,000 people call Palo Alto home — many have lived here for generations, some have just moved into the community, and others have recently immigrated from another country and are creating roots here.
The Mayor's Challenge is an initiative designed to bring neighbor together with neighbor. As the community experiences changes as people move in or away, the Mayor's Challenge aims to bring people of different life experiences and backgrounds together through a series of athletic events. New relationships created by meeting neighbors through social, active ways benefit the strong tradition of engaged neighborhoods and maintains the sense of community that Palo Alto has long enjoyed.
Do you know what Palo Alto neighborhood you belong to? If not, learn more here.
PAUSD students and those who commute to work in Palo Alto are also welcome to participate.
BIKE PALO ALTO
Sunday, October 7, 1-4 pm
El Carmelo Elementary School (Loma Verde and Bryant)
Find out how to get around Palo Alto by bike, using "hidden" bike bridges and underpasses and having fun! Come challenge your neighbor on our obstacle course (no bike required) or just find out more about bike safety.
For additional information, contact Stephanie at 650-842-7167 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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