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Sunday streets missoula

Sunday Streets Missoula came to the Lewis and Clark neighborhood this year. The 1-mile route will showcased the neighborhood's new traffic calming circles along with several of their favorite parks. It also included temporary activation stations, food vendors, and local businesses and organizations hosting activities along the open street route. September 18th /12-3 pm.




 Local food vendors supply Sunday Streets attendees with the fuel they need to keep them energized as they walk and wheel around the 1 mile route. Have your restaurant on wheels find new customers, sell food in a new part of town, and join in this amazing annual event!.



Pulling off Sunday Streets takes a tremendous amount of effort and volunteers are crucial in making it a success! Sunday Streets volunteers are stationed along the perimeter of the route closure and are primarily responsible for counting attendees and helping people safely navigate the street closure. 



Sunday Streets' goals focus on walking and biking, community health, public space, and local businesses. Sunday Streets is not a fair or an expo; simply tabling is not what this event is about. activity hosts have an opportunity to ignite enthusiasm and actively engage attendees of all ages and abilities. 

Sunday Streets events encourage all ages and all abilities to be active, support local businesses, and rethink how our community can be more livable. It's an opportunity to temporarily close the streets to cars and open them to walkers and rollers of all ages and abilities; allowing Missoula to experience our streets in a whole new way, encouraging community and building support for broader transportation choices.

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