Thank you to all of our sponsors and volunteers!
Save the date: Sunday, August 20, 2023
Join us next year for our 5th annual, free street festival that re-imagines our most shared public spaces – streets and parks – as places where people want to walk, bike, and play.
2022 Route Map
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!2019
The open street events are so important for community interactions and people getting to meet each other.2017
Beyond a One-Day Event
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- Celebrating a Month of Active TravelLast year, the City of Corvallis Public Works Department 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. May signifies National Bike Month and this year,Continue reading “Celebrating a Month of Active Travel”
- Bicycle and Pedestrian Count Data for the Eric. E. Austin Memorial BypassThe Corvallis Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) has completed two rounds of bicycle and pedestrian counts along the Eric E. Austin Memorial Bypass in South Corvallis and recently released a report documenting the findings. Counts were collected using automated counting equipment which was temporarily installed during each of the two study periods. The first deploymentContinue reading “Bicycle and Pedestrian Count Data for the Eric. E. Austin Memorial Bypass”