Safety Street Returns to Clackamas County Fair with New Makeover

Safety Street returns to the Clackamas County Fair this week with a new makeover, offering everyone the opportunity to learn about safety while having fun.

Representatives from Clackamas County Traffic Safety Commission, Drive to Zero and Crime Prevention will be on hand daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. to provide vital safety messages, interactive fun and education.

The Drive to Zero area will feature an interactive photo booth where people of all ages and abilities will be able to dress up and take pictures with traffic signs and safety messages, plus sign the new Drive to Zero Pledge, as Clackamas County Traffic Safety Coordinator Rob Sadowsky explains.

Other special activities include the following:

  • Tuesday, Aug. 13: Children’s Day – focus on child traffic safety and injury prevention with a host of guest safety professionals. Booths will be open from 10 am – 6 pm.
  • Wednesday, Aug. 14: Senior Citizen Day – Clackamas Fire District #1 will feature senior fire and fall prevention from 10 am – 6 pm.
  • Thursday, Aug. 15: Sign the Drive to Zero Pledge with the Board of County Commissioners, 10 am at the Main Stage.
  • Wednesday-Friday, Aug. 14-16: Oregon Impact will teach how to safely install child protection seats in cars.
  • There will not be a driving course this year. Learn more about traffic safety at https://www.DriveToZero.org.

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