Circulator 8/28/2020

Check out this week's featured stories:

1. BIPOC Bike Ride for San Diego Design Week

2. Sponsorship Opportunities Available for 2020 Momentum Awards

3. We have been selected as a 2020 AARP Community Challenge Grantee!

4. Announcing Age-Friendly Carlsbad + Survey!

5. Circulate in the News

BIPOC Bike Ride for San Diego Design Week

Circulate is excited to announce our virtual San Diego BIPOC History Ride, created in partnership with BikeSD and the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition.

Celebrate the rich cultural history of San Diego by experiencing historic homes, buildings and landmarks, that tell the legacy of Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) in the community.  Our virtual bike route travels to areas of interest in the urban core of San Diego. Sites feature stories of people, places, policy, and land-use that tell the narrative of San Diego’s diverse community.  The virtual bike ride launches online during San Diego Design Week, September 9-13, 2020.

Stay tuned for more information. Visit the San Diego Design Week website for more information.

  Sponsorship Opportunities Available for 2020 Momentum Awards

Every year, Circulate San Diego recognizes our Corporate Members as sponsors of our Momentum Awards.  

This year, we're offering special online-visibility opportunities for Momentum Award sponsors to reach people during COVID-19. If your organization would like to sponsor the Momentum Awards, and secure visibility with industry leaders, agency leadership, and elected officials, become a Corporate Member of Circulate today.

For more information, visit our website or contact our Executive Director Colin Parent at: (619) 567-6856 or [email protected].

See below for our list of Corporate Members.

 We have been selected as a 2020 AARP Community Challenge Grantee!

Circulate is thrilled to announce we have been selected to receive an AARP Community Challenge grant. We are one of only 184 grantees selected from across all 50 states, Washington D.C, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands! Click here to read more.

  Announcing Age-Friendly Carlsbad + Survey!

To make sure #Carlsbad is a livable community across the age spectrum, we are working with the City and residents to write Carlsbad’s first Age-Friendly Action Plan.  We want to know about the livability of Carlsbad. If you are a Carlsbad resident age 45 and older, share your feedback on what makes an Age-Friendly Carlsbad. Link to Project Webpage and Survey:

Thank you to our partners making this project possible:

City of Carlsbad (@carlsbadcagov)
The San Diego Foundation (@sd_fdn)

   Circulate in the News

TOD Developments Could Create More Equitable Housing,, August 13, 2020

Why is the California Legislature targeting bike share and scooter programs?, The OCR, August 24, 2020

California Bills Tackling Affordable Housing, Homelessness Crises Take Step Forward, Random Lengths News, August 26, 2020

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