Open Streets returns Sunday, August 20, 2023!

Central Park to Peanut Park, 11 am to 3 pm

Join us for our 5th annual, free street festival that re-imagines our shared public spaces – streets and parks – as places where people want to walk, bike, and play.

2023 Route Map

The 2023 route travels from Central Park to Peanut Park.

Open Streets features live music, dance, fitness activities, giant-sized games, food and more!

Sponsors and local organizations can sign up to host an activity in a park or in the street. Activity host sign-ups are available on the Activities Page and Sponsor Page.

If you live on the route, surprise us with something fun in your front yard or in the street in front of your home. Need ideas? Check out some of our own.

Be a Volunteer

Volunteers make Open Streets Corvallis possible! Short shifts, camaraderie, and plenty of time to explore the event, too.
We appreciate your commitment to the community!

What People Say

I LOVE this event! I love that it’s low-key and free and a manageable length and that it moves around each year. I love the community it encourages!


The open street events are so important for community interactions and people getting to meet each other. 



Beyond a One-Day Event

  • City of Corvallis Funding Available for Active Transportation Projects
    Do you have an idea on how to improve, or encourage, the use of active transportation in Corvallis? Perhaps you are a business or live in a multi-family complex that could use better/more bike parking?
  • Join the Get There Challenge! Win Prizes!
    Are you ready to get active, save gas money, and win awesome prizes? Join the Get There Challenge, October 3 -16! Try biking, walking, carpooling, or taking transit to work or for any other trips.
  • Celebrating a Month of Active Travel
    Last year, the City of Corvallis asked the community to help find, and develop, the Active Travel Corridor (ATC) network. Together, we identified over 100 ATCs, providing all of Corvallis with “people only” paths helping to shorten trips for those traveling by active modes. Check out Corvallis’ first Walking Map, highlighting these paths along with other foot-friendly locations.