Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital Recognized as a Bike Friendly Business
Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital Earns Bronze Bicycle Friendly Business Designation by League of American Bicyclists
SANTA ROSA Calif.— Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital was recognized by the League of American Bicyclists, a national bicycling and advocacy organization of nearly 20,000 members, with a prestigious Bronze-level Bicycle Friendly Business (BFB) certification.
With the announcement of 64 new and renewing BFBs across the country, Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital (SSRRH) joins a growing list of 1,250 local businesses, government agencies, and Fortune 500 companies leading the way to transform transportation, health, and wellness for the betterment of U.S. workers and local communities.
“Business owners and workers across the country are looking for simple, straightforward ways to build their companies, do right by their workers and customers, and contribute positively to their local communities,” says Executive Director Bill Nesper of the League of American Bicyclists. “Boosting participation in bicycling achieves all of that and more, and BFBs such as SSRRH are wonderful models of that success. We congratulate this latest class of business leaders for recognizing that one of the oldest and easiest forms of transportation still generates significant economic and societal rewards today.”
BFB requirements identify incentives, programming, and amenities proven to enable and inspire more people to ride bikes. Among those offered by SSRRH are secured covered bike parking, bike maintenance station (on-site pump/tools), helmet/shoe lockers for commuters, open bike racks in front for visitors, free Bike Coalition memberships, available staff showers, guaranteed ride home, bike-to-work day sponsorship and our online employee portal for green transit. For more award information, visit bikeleague.org/business.