Safetyville is a comprehensive pedestrian safety program developed by Stanford Children’s Health. This kid-friendly mobile town consists of a hospital, school, library, traffic lights, crosswalks, stop signs and more. The Stanford Children’s Health Safetyville program consists of five educational lessons, which is delivered by our Safetyville Program Coordinators and can be integrated into the regular school day curriculum or an afterschool program.

The interactive program was created using tools and models developed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the National Center for Safe Routes to School. Safetyville provides a unique opportunity for kids to learn pedestrian safety skills in a safe and realistic environment.