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Electric Scooters are Here!

Electric Scooters are Here!

The City of Fort Collins and Colorado State University (CSU) are proud to announce that we are partnering with Bird for a 12-month e-scooter share pilot program. Bird, the founder of shared e-scooters, began offering its safety-focused, environmentally friendly service via the Bird app to Fort Collins and the CSU campus on October 23, 2019. 

Bird, the City and CSU will lead an ongoing e-scooter safety education campaign to familiarize the community with the rules of the road and best practices for responsible use of Bird. 

Bird can be reached via email (aGVsbG9AYmlyZC5jbw==) or phone (1-866-205-2442) for any questions or concerns about the program or service. Individuals can also report any poorly parked Birds or damaged Birds to the company through Community Mode, an in-app reporting feature available to anyone who has the Bird app downloaded.

To learn about additional exciting work the City is doing to promote electric vehicles and implement the Electric Vehicle Readiness Roadmap, visit

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the operating hours for Bird e-scooters?
What are the rules of the road that Fort Collins Bird riders should know before they take their first ride?
What is Bird?
How do riders access Bird?
How much will it cost riders?
What is Bird’s maximum speed?
Where can students ride?
Does Bird have an equity plan?
Are e-scooters actually sustainable?

Report a Safety Concern

We would like to know if you've experienced a near-miss or a safety concern related to electric scooters in Fort Collins. Please use the link below to submit this information using Access Fort Collins.  If you have been involved in a crash or if this is an emergency, please contact Fort Collins Police Services. If it is an emergency, please call 911.

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