Bicyclists and Pedestrians

 
 
 
 

Did you know we are updating Dover's Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan? The plan highlights Dover's walking and biking accomplishments, infrastructure enhancements, and safety concerns. Community input is appreciated and needed to ensure a comprehensive plan to guide us into the future.

Please visit: Walk & Bike Plan update

 
 
 

   Bicycle BFC - Bronze Friendly Community Bronze Level for 2017 - 2021

    Safe Cycling is an important now more then ever with more people walking and bicycling to get to their destinations.

Click here for links to the League of American Bicyclists information on safety tips http://bikeleague.org/smartcyclingresources   http://bikeleague.org/ridesmartvideos


Mark your calendars for these events:

City of Dover's Bike To Work day social - September 22, 7:30 am - 8:30 am - Dover Public Library

May is National Bike Month



Current Plans

We are working the Dover Kent County MPO to merge and update these plans!  Stayed tuned for updates!

City of Dover Bicycle Plan City of Dover Pedestrian Plan
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Promoting healthy lifestyles to our residents, including mature adults, mom's with strollers, and walkers of all ages.  Our goal is to promote walking to increase your physical activity, remove barriers of weather & cost, promote walking as a family activity, and build community pride. This FREE* program for City residents & Seniors is a great way to get healthy, join friends for a walk, or make new ones along the way. Typical hours are Monday - Friday from 7 am until Noon.   *Free to City of Dover Residents and those 60 and older

Check back with us for frequent updates!

Please contact Carolyn Courtney of the City of Dover Parks & Recreation Department via email at: CCourtney[at sign]Dover.De.Us or call her directly at (302) 736-7050.