Peel Children's Safety Village

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Peel Children's Safety Village

"Peel Children's Safety Village is an educational centre specifically designed for students from grades one, three and five.

It features a main building with two classrooms, and a miniature "town" - 17 scaled-down buildings, roadways, traffic lights and signs, an operational railway crossing, and a school bus.

After classroom instruction from uniformed police officers, the children demonstrate their knowledge of the rules of the road in the "town", using mini electric cars, bicycles and their own two feet.

The key to education at the Safety Village is fun. Visitors have an opportunity to enjoy themselves in a unique learning environment, and interact with a uniform police officer."


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History of Peel Children's Safety Village

An innovative community project that was launched in 1994, Peel Children's Safety Village aims to reduce the alarming rate of preventable traffic accidents, the leading cause of death for children aged one to nine.

Until recently, the only place to formally teach elementary school children about safety was the classroom. The Safety Village gives youngsters a facility where they can practice the safety rules they've learned at school and at home.


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How to Support Peel Children's Safety Village

The Peel Children's Safety Village is a non-profit organization, with charitable tax status. It was built by the community, for the community, on land donated by the City of Brampton. The foundation for its success is a highly committed Board of Directors, along with strong corporate support.

The Peel Children's Safety Village a is non-profit organization, with charitable tax status. It was built by the community, for the community, on land donated by the City of Brampton. No tax dollars are used to operate the safety village. The foundation for its success is a highly committed Board of Directors, along with strong corporate support.

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Contact and Visit Peel Children's Safety Village

Location Address
Peel Children's Safety Village
7605 Kennedy Road South,
Brampton, ON L6W 0A2
(located in the Powerade Sports Park)

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Mailing Address
Peel Children's Safety Village
8-400 Steeles Avenue East, #411,
Brampton, ON L6W 4T4

Telephone: 905-453-3311 ext. 4071




Other Safety Villages in Ontario

Belleville - www.csvbelleville.com Brant - www.csvbrant.ca Chatam-Kent - www.cksafetyvillage.org Durham - www.drps.ca Halton - ww.hrps.on.ca Lambton - www.xcelco.on.ca/~hey2000/index.htm London - www.safetyvillage.ca Niagara - www.safetyvillage.com Ottawa - www.ottawasafetycouncil.ca/safetyvillage.html Waterloo - www.waterlooregioncsv.com Windsor - www.rotarysafetyvillage.com York - www.communitysafetyvillage.com


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