Health & Safety Zone

Be sure and check out the important aspects of safety at home and in our community at the Fall Festival

Make sure to stop by at Cupertino Recreation and Community Services booth and learn abour their cool Fall schedule. Please visit

Meet your local police officers. They will give children a personal tour of a 56 Ford patrol car.


Have you ever wondered what the inside of an ambulance looks like?

Silicon Valley Ambulance will have one of their ambulances on display at the Fall Festival. People will have an opportunity to see everything inside and get  their questions answered.

Bike Rodeo

The De Anza Optimist Club of Cupertino will do a Bike Safety at Silicon Valley Fall Festival. Kids, bring your bikes and go through the safety course, make sure to have your helmets with you. Please register for this event at Bike Rodeo Sign Up, please arrive 10 minutes before your sign up time and bring your helmets, they will be required if you are under 18.

Need a tune up on your bike? Cupertino Bike Shop will be on site to check your bike. They are a great community supporter. You may visit them at:

Walk-Bike Cupertino
identifies and supports safe and easy bicycling and walking routes for our community. We Communicate to Cupertino City Leaders specific upgrades to the city’s pedestrian and bicycle amenities and plans. We promote safer and easier ways for citizens to move within and through our neighborhoods.

Cupertino Safe Routes 2 School is a partnership between City of Cupertino, CUSD, FUHSD, all Cupertino schools, the Santa Clara County Sherriff’s Department, and local walk-bike advocacy groups. Through its working group meetings and other campaigns, Safe Routes 2 School brings stakeholders together to formulate infrastructure and behavior-change solutions that will improve traffic congestion and safety around schools. Come and learn about Safe Routes projects going on RIGHT NOW in your community