Meetings and Minutes

Our monthly steering committee meetings are a great opportunity to get involved with Walk Bike Glendale.  Meetings are open to the public and anyone who is interested in improving conditions for walking and bicycling in Glendale is encouraged to attend. You do not need to be a steering committee member to attend.

Meetings are held in the “Sun Room” at Panera Bread on 300 N Brand Blvd from 7:00-8:30pm.

To learn more about becoming a steering committee member please review our chapter rules.

2017 Tentative Meeting Schedule (Subject to Change)

January 9
February 13
March 13
April 10
May 8
June 12
July 10
August 14
September 11
October 9
November 13
December 11

2017 Meeting Minutes

2016 Meeting Minutes

2015 Meeting Minutes

2014 Meeting Minutes

2013 Meeting Minutes


6 thoughts on “Meetings and Minutes

    • Our steering committee meeting is from 7-8:30pm at the Glendale Arts Community Room located on the first floor of the Orange Street Parking Garage (118 W. California Ave, Glendale, CA 91203). We hope to see you there!

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  2. Dear bikers and bike advocates

    I’m teaching Yoga at the time of the committee meetings, so will never be able to attend a Mo. evening. However the following is urgent and I want to bring it to your attention:
    My 14 year old son had a bike car collision on Wed. 8/12 and broke his wrist. On his way back from CVH he passed Verdugo Park. Since the street narrows and allows no sight, the sidewalk is extremely small at that point too, he rode over the GCC parkinglot adjacent to the Verdugo wash. A car backing out of its parking lot obstructed my son’s way and he crashed into the car. Thanks God neither one of them was fast. It was neither the driver’s nor the bikers fault they both had no oversight of the situation. However bikers coming from Montrose passing GCC is dangerous.
    I don’t know what the planning is for Glendale’s bike safety but I looked on the map.
    Del Monte Dr. off E Mountain in Glendale is a cul de sac ending into city property, which in turn borders Verdugo park. Are there any plans for a safe bike route going through Verdugo park ending on Del Monte Dr.?

    an avid bike rider

    Barbara Wood

  3. first time visit to web site, Vaughn Williams. We met the group over ice cream last week in montrose. looks fun hope to ride soon. Dont have the vision for nite riding like i used to

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