About PACE (Pueblo Active Community Environments)
PACE (Pueblo Active Community Environments) is a volunteer 501c3 non-profit advocating for a bicycle and pedestrian friendly community by working with PACOG (Pueblo Area Council of Governments) including City of Pueblo Public Works, Planning and Parks and Recreation, Pueblo County Public Works and Parks and Recreation, Pueblo West Metro Parks and Recreation, Colorado Department of Transportation, Lake Pueblo State Park and more.
We advocate for connected bike lanes, trails, sidewalks, bike racks, advocate for safety, started the weekly Cruiser Rides in 2011 and Bike to Work events and Commuter Cup Challenge in 2010 to connect with others at a human pace. Check out our past progress. We want to promote safe enjoyment of all the active options in our amazing community with 330 days of sunshine a year!
Monthly Zoom meeting - 4th Thursday of the month at 8:15 am. Sign up for our email list & meeting to get the agenda and zoom link and password. All are welcome to attend our meetings and get involved. If you want an agenda item added, email email@example.com.
Contact Eva Cosyleon with PACOG for more information on how to get involved in a project that interests you, or if you would like to attend a meeting and discuss an item you would like placed on the agenda.
Call 719-568-0980 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Get Involved :
Bike to Work Events: contact for more details for getting involved
Serve on the committee planning and organizing the annual events
Want to advocate for change? Attend our monthly meeting or volunteer to help in another way.
Safe Routes to School (SRTS) programs – PACE has two licensed bicycle safety instructors and can assist school volunteers on setting up programs at interested schools.