Bicycle & Pedestrian Commission
Make a difference in Cedar Falls!
Apply to become a Bicycle and Pedestrian commission member. Apply online here or pick up an application at City Hall at 220 Clay Street.
The mission of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Commission is to improve the quality of life, general health, safety, and welfare in Cedar Falls through the increased opportunity for safe walking, bicycling, and other active modes as viable means of transportation and physical and recreational activity.
The Commission meets the first Tuesday of each month at 5:15 pm at City Hall, 220 Clay Street, Cedar Falls, IA 50613.
For links to further information about bicycling and walking in Cedar Falls and beyond, please use the “Quick Links” on the right side of this page. Other organizations of interest also include:
Alliance for Biking & Walking
This national nonprofit is a coalition of over 200 groups working to create, strengthen, and unite state and local bicycling and walking advocacy organizations. It provides the tools necessary to help advocates create bicycle friendly and walk friendly communities.
Iowa Bicycle Coalition
The Iowa Bicycle Coalition’s mission is to build partnerships, educate Iowans, and help to establish safe and enjoyable bicycle transportation and recreation networks throughout Iowa. It focuses on bicyclists’ legal rights and responsibilities, community design, facility design and maintenance, and public policy.
- Lauri Young - Term ends 09/30/24
- John DeGroote - Term ends 09/30/25
- Roger White - 09/30/25
- Andrew Shroll - 09/30/26
- Jack Yates - 09/30/27
- Chris Sevy (City of Cedar Falls)
- Matt Tolan (City of Cedar Falls)
- Zach Ladage (Cedar Falls Public Safety)
- Austin Lechtenberg (Cedar Falls Public Safety)
- Kyle Durant (INRCOG)
- Aldina Dautović (INRCOG)
For more information about the Bicycle & Pedestrian Commission, please contact the Planning & Community Services Division.
Cedar Falls Bike Network Plan
The Bike Network Plan takes into consideration the input gathered from the public outreach questionnaire and community events that took place in the fall of 2021 which provided recommendations on how the biking system in Cedar Falls can be improved to allow for increased safety and access to streets, trails, and businesses. The main goal of the plan is to improve the daily commuting utility of the bike network. The Cedar Falls City Council adopted the plan on May 16, 2022.
Questions? Contact: Chris Sevy, City of Cedar Falls Planner
(319) 268-5180 | Email Chris Sevy