About Us

Want to make walking and bicycling safer, more accessible and more fun in Burlington? Everyone who comes to the Burlington Walk/Bike Council meetings has a say in what we do – this is your chance to make a difference!

Come to our monthly meetings on the 4th Thursday of each month
City Hall Room 12
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Find us on Facebook as "The Burlington Walk/Bike Council"

Google Groups Listserver
The BWBC uses a Google Groups listserver that allows people to share interesting news, videos, and ideas and to make suggestions for improvements. Subscribing to the listserver is FREE and EASY: visit http://groups.google.com/group/burlingtonwalkbike and click “Join this group” on the right side of the screen. Check out the latest in the conversation here.

You can also send an email message to burlingtonwalkbike-subscribe [at] googlegroups [dot] com
Once you’ve joined, you can post messages to the group by sending an email to burlingtonwalkbike [at] googlegroups [dot] com.
If you ever want to bail on the listserve, that’s easy too – send an email to burlingtonwalkbike+unsubscribe [at] googlegroups [dot] com
Want to know more? Visit this group to see an archive of past conversations at http://groups.google.com/group/burlingtonwalkbike?hl=en

Steering Committee Members
While everyone can contribute to the listserver and at meetings, the steering committee sets agendas and provides continuity from meeting to meeting. Responsibilities of steering committee members include: strategic planning; setting agendas; leading bike/ pedestrian projects, initiatives, and events. Steering committee members meet once a month, in addition to leading the monthly council meeting. Feel free to get in touch with us if you have any questions, comments, or would like more information.

Erik Brown Brotz, erik [at] burlingtontelecom [dot] net, Community member
Phil Hammerslough, phil [dot] hammerslough [at] gmail [dot] com, Community member
Sarah Goodrich, sssgoodrich [at] gmail [dot] com, Community member
Stu Lindsay, stulindsay [at] comcast [dot] net, Community member
Steve Norman, stevenorman [at] fastmail [dot] fm, Community member

City of Burlington Department of Public Works
The BWBC maintains a close relationship with the Burlington Department of Public Works – they are an ally in getting things done! They plow roads and sidewalks, stripe bike lanes and crosswalks, fix potholes, time stoplights and work on other projects that improve our mobility. Want to get in touch with them?

Nicole Losch, Bicycle, Pedestrian & Environmental Planner
645 Pine St., Ste A, Burlington VT 05401
NLosch [at] burlingtonvt [dot] gov