(October 31, 2016)- The city of Cape Coral is sponsoring a student-driven video contest to educate about bicycle and pedestrian safety.

 As part of Cape Coral’s bicycle and pedestrian safety initiative, Cape Coral Bike-Ped volunteers and the City are sponsoring a PSA video contest for Lee County middle and high school students.  “BikeWalkSafely2Live” is an opportunity for students to produce public service announcements on bicycle and pedestrian safety, and win up to $1,000 for school media equipment or bike/pedestrian safety initiatives. The “BikeWalkSafely2Live” PSA video contest deadline is fast approaching; the deadline to submit video entries is Friday, November 18. 

The contest is funded through a $16,000 grant from the Lee County Injury Prevention Coalition.  The goal of the contest is to encourage students to create educational public service announcements to help increase public awareness about bicycle and pedestrian safety laws.

For more information on BikeWalkSafely2Live, please see the below attached file.

BikeWalkSafely2Live Press Release

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CAPE CORAL POLICE DEPARTMENT | Public Affairs Office | 1100 Cultural Park Boulevard | Cape Coral, FL 33990 | (239) 242-3341