Safety Town

Register Closed    

Registration will open in April.

For 2021, due to Covid-19, we will not be offering Safety Town.


For 2022, we will allow kids entering 1st Grade to also participate in Safety Town



Corvallis Safety Town educates children entering Kindergarten about important safety topics including fire safety, dog safety, water safety and more! Under the guidance of a teacher and teen instructors, children learn through hands-on activities, music, and field trips. Safety town features a miniature town complete with pedal cars where children have fun learning pedestrian and car safety.

This program will cover the following safety topics:

Officer Friendly, Stranger Safety, Traffic Safety, Bike Safety, Playground Safety, Pedestrian Safety, Fire Safety, Seatbelt Safety, Animal Safety, Electrical Safety, Safety with Crossing Guards, Poison Control, Dialing 911, and Train Safety.



Boys & Girls Club of Corvallis, located at 1112 NW Circle Blvd, Corvallis, OR.


The cost is $85 per student


Space is limited.  Early registration is highly recommended.


Each session runs Tuesday-Friday for two weeks, with the first session starting after the week of July 4th.

For example:

Session 1: July 7th – July 17th

Morning Option: 9:30am – 11:30am

Afternoon Option: 1:30pm – 3:30pm

Session 2: July 21st – July 31st

Morning Option: 9:30am – 11:30am

Afternoon Option: 1:30pm – 3:30pm

Middle School Volunteer Opportunities

Middle school teen volunteers are an important part of our Safety Town Program.  They get to help teach pre-Kindergartners important safety concepts at Safety Town!  We will be selecting approximately 75 middle school teen volunteers to assist the Safety Town staff in teaching safety concepts such as dog safety, bike safety, fire safety and more!  Each Teen instructor will be paired up and help supervise five to eight children. The volunteer opportunity for Safety Town is part of our Be Great by 8th middle  school teen program, and open preferentially to current Boys & Girls Club middle school members.  The goal of Be Great by 8th is to help middle school youth develop their full potential as productive, responsible, caring & contributing members of their community. If you have a middle school aged child who is interested in volunteering, please contact Amanda Garcia ( for an application.

For more information and volunteer application please click on the following link:  Volunteer Teen Teacher Application 2020


For programming questions contact:

Call our Front Office at 541-757-1909 or email us at


Register Closed    

Registration will open in April.