North Clackamas Schools

Follow Your Path

Safety Town
North Clackamas School District Community Services
6031 SE King Rd.
Milwaukie, OR 97222
The world can be a very dangerous place for young children. They can get lost, scared, injured and many times, there is no adult around to help. Children who attend Safety Town learn to recognize and respond appropriately to the many hazards and dangerous situations. Under the guidance of district staff, teen and community volunteers, children are introduced to a wide variety of safety concepts. The safety education includes topics about fire, drugs, animals, water, poisons, electricity, railroads, stranger danger, 911 and much more; along with special emphasis on traffic and pedestrian safety.
The school gym is transformed into a small city complete with houses, streets, traffic lights and little cars to peddle through Safety Town. Songs, poems, art projects, movies, guest presenters and a short school bus ride combine to make Safety Town a fun learning experience.
Teen volunteers, ages 12 and up, are an important part of this program. If you enjoy children and have leadership skills, become a teen volunteer. Please note, the volunteer application deadline is May 15th, 2015.
 Session 1
June 16-19, 22-25
9:30 am - 11:30 am 
Session 2
June 29 - July 2, 6-9
9:30 am - 11:30 am 
Session 3
July 14 - 17, 20-23
9:30 am - 11:30 pm
Safety Town Sponsors 
We need your help. In effort to keep registration fees low, Community Services depend on your support. Each year, monetary donations are needed for supplies, equipment, healthy snacks and more. Please call Lisa Kay at 503.353.6090 ext 37891 or send an email to for more information on how you can become a sponsor.  
Thank you all for your support in 2014: Providence Milwaukie Hospital, Wichita Community Services, Clackamas Fire Department, Eddie Eagle Gun Safety Program, Mr. Yuk Poison Safety Program, and all of our amazing volunteers.
If you have any questions or concerns about Safety Town, please contact Lisa Kay at 
Last Modified on March 12, 2015