Salt Lake City's 'Stay Safe, Stay Active: Response to COVID-19' program is opening up 10 streets to give residents more room for community recreation, including walking and cycling. Vehicle traffic is limited to local access. The program was launched following a week-long survey in which the City asked residents for feedback on which streets they would like to see used for recreation. The survey received more than 6,200 responses, which provided valuable feedback on implementation. Factors that helped determine which streets to open include community survey feedback, street walkability, community visions for their streets, geographic equity, ease of implementation, connections to parks and trails, hospital/emergency routes, transit routes and traffic patterns.