Drive to Zero is the theme Clackamas County has embraced to reduce injuries and fatalities on our roadways. The campaign calls for a 50% reduction in fatal and serious injury crashes by 2022. Based on the 2005-2009 average number of fatalities and serious injuries due to crashes, this corresponds to saving 16 lives and preventing 125 serious injuries annually at the completion of the program. This could be someone you know. Over 90% of crashes have human behavior as a contributing factor. Our call to action is to educate, outreach and involve everyone with what they can do to keep our roads safe.
Drive to Zero
Almost 150 students in Clackamas County entered the 2016 Posters and Coasters contest creating safe driving posters. The winners have been announced! Alyssa Bigelow and Ayla Nguyen from Sandy High School won 1st and 2nd place and Myles Lowrie-Otter from Milwaukie Academy of the Arts placed third. Thanks to all who entered. Look for the posters here and at Clackamas Town Center - Food Court in August and September.
Posters and Coaster Safe Driving Media Contest Winners Announced!