I spy my neighbourhood, I spy my street

Ready, set, walk, roll, bike, stroll, take a bus, just go, BINGO!

Get out and about to play ‘I SPY my neighbourhood,’ then head towards home and play ‘What’s on my street BINGO.’   Have some fun exploring solo, or with family, friends or neighbours (while staying COVID-safe), and see what you can spot. 

Download your ‘I spy’ and ‘BINGO’ cards HERE (can be printed in colour or B&W). 

Share your findings for a chance to win!

Send a pic of your ‘I Spy’ and ‘Bingo’ cards to [email protected] by November 30 and be entered in a draw for: (i) your choice of a $100 Sessions gift certificate or 1 month transit pass; (ii) a $50 Sessions gift certificate; or (iii) one of 10 $5 Kuppajo’s gift certificates.

                

Teachers – your class can participate too with this school version (en francais). Enter to win a class pizza lunch.

 

Reflections

  • What did you notice while you were playing?  What makes your street and neighbourhood complete?  What do you like best and least?  What do you need?
  • Is there something you could add with your family or neighbours, like a little free library?
  • Is there something the City could add to make your street better, like a bike lane or crosswalk?  Let them know at 3-1-1.

 

Did you know?

The City of Greater Sudbury will be reaching out soon to residents to ask what a Complete Street means to you, to create Complete Streets Guidelines.  Complete Streets are streets that work well for everyone: whatever their age, ability or mode of travel.

Transportation is Greater Sudbury's biggest source of carbon emissions. Check out how your transportation choices affect your own transportation carbon footprint with mapmyemissions.  Having complete streets + safe routes to walk, roll, and bike + good transit service make it easier to travel low carbon.  

 

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