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Siclovia-YMCA Community Event

Save the Date: Oct. 22 11am-4pm

What is Síclovía?


Síclovía is a free event that turns major city streets into a safe place for people to exercise and play.The streets become temporarily car-free for about 5 hours on Sundays for families to run, ride bikes, take exercise classes and enjoy their city streets. Next  Síclovía: Sunday | October 22, 11am-4pm


City Manager's 5k Walk & Run
City of San Antonio Mayor and Council appointed Sheryl Sculley as City Manager, the Chief Executive Officer, of the nation’s 7th largest City in 2005. Shortly after the City Manager’s 5K Walk & Run, often referred to as the CM5K, was born in the winter of 2007 in an attempt to showcase the City’s concentration on increasing an interest in wellness among City of San Antonio employees and their families

The event continues to grow, and this year will represent yet another first. The 2017 CM5K will take place at historic Alamo Plaza at 8am with a route that highlights some of San Antonio's vibrant downtown and near downtown districts. Additionally, the City has partnered with local race management company IAAP and the YMCA of Greater San Antonio
to combine this year’s CM5K event with Siclovia. Click HERE to register! 


Safety Pledge




New Activity  Exercising    Social Increase

SA2020
 * Survey conducted by the UT Health Science Center's Institute for Health Promotion Research.

What others are saying about Síclovía..

Proud to put cars in park for a day!

USATODAY Article about Síclovía!

"Some of the world’s largest cities are saying no to cars — at least for a few hours. Open Streets programs close miles of major thoroughfares, allowing bicyclists and pedestrians to wander urban areas in temporary car-free zones..." Read more

 

 

Brendan, Brody and Jodi Garcia

This was our first year at Siclovia and we loved it! Our oldest son    Brendan just started to ride his bike and he was amazed that we were riding on the streets. Brody, our middle child, has been a little nervous about riding his bike, but when he saw everyone one else ride, he gained confidence and took off leaving us behind. Jodi, our youngest, was just going with the flow. Overall, awesome day for our family!! Denise

 


 

 

YMCA Mission

To put Judeo-Christian principles into practice through programs
that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

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