Interested in adopting a Complete Streets policy in your community? Here are some resources to get started.
Link Up with Other Locals
Many of our national partners work with state, regional, and local groups or chapters who are pursuing complete streets in their communities. Additionally, the Coalition’s members represent communities across the country. Click through to find if a group exists near you!
- National Complete Streets Coalition
- Alliance for Biking and Walking
- America Walks
- American Planning Association
- American Society of Landscape Architects
- Safe Routes to School National Partnership
- Smart Growth America
- Transportation For America
Other organizations that have been involved in complete streets campaigns include:
- Departments of Health or Boards or Health
- Local businesses, including Realtors and bike shops
- Parent-Teacher Associations
- Public Health Associations
- Transit agencies
Local Advocacy Resources
The Coalition has a number of great resources on hand to help in your campaign, and will continue to add and update these with examples from communities across the country. Key resources include:
- Complete Streets presentation
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Sample existing policies chart
- Complete Streets policy map
- Fact sheets
- Elements of a Complete Streets policy
- Complete Streets Partner firms
- Current campaigns
- Newsletter archives
Join the Coalition
Joining the National Complete Streets Coalition is easy and the best way to keep up with work going on across the country and in your community. By joining, you’ll have the opportunity to collaborate with leading national and regional organizations to advance complete streets.
Complete Streets Workshops are a great tool in building support, developing a policy, and implementing complete streets. Read more about these services, including how to schedule one in your community.