CAMPAIGNS

EVENTS

 Open Streets Watsonville - June 3rd, 2018

Open Streets Watsonville - June 3rd, 2018

 Run by the Sea - August 26th, 2018

Run by the Sea - August 26th, 2018

 Open Streets Santa Cruz - October 7th, 2018

Open Streets Santa Cruz - October 7th, 2018


PROGRAMS

 Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

 Valet Bicycle Parking

Valet Bicycle Parking

 Youth Programs

Youth Programs


Successes

With the help of Bike Santa Cruz County members, volunteers, and community partners, Bike Santa Cruz County has led many successful campaigns over the years. Check out our work and help us continue in this tradition of action to success.

2018:

  • City of Watsonville adopts Vision Zero Policy
  • 3rd Annual Open Streets Watsonville
  • Bike Santa Cruz County moves offices to 333 Soquel Avenue, Santa Cruz
  • Rail Trail begins construction Fall 2018
  • Community Foundation Santa Cruz County awards funding for Earn-a-Bike and Bike Club expansion at Shoreline Middle School
  • Safe Routes to School programming receives funding through Measure D budget in City of Santa Cruz

2017:

  • Safe Routes to School programming receives funding through Measure D budget in City of Watsonville and Santa Cruz County
  • Open Streets Watsonville draws more than 1,000 attendees
  • Open Streets awarded Regional Transportation Improvement Program funding for 2018 - 2019 events
  • Bike Santa Cruz County receives non-profit status with Tax ID: 82-1434326

2016:

  • Measure D passes to fund County transportation projects
  • Pacific Avenue contra-flow bike lane
  • Broadway traffic calming with green lane treatments, crosswalks, and bulb-outs
  • Expanded Earn-a-Bike to Live Oak Boys and Girls Club
  • Open Streets Santa Cruz County becomes project of Bike Santa Cruz County
  • Open Streets Santa Cruz draws more than 10,000 attendees

2015:

  • Arana Gulch Multi-Use path completed and open for use
  • Green lane treatments installed on Laurel Street in Santa Cruz
  • Bike-focused Transportation Planner hired in City of Santa Cruz
  • Light Up the Night ride drew over 200 participants
  • Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic Plan adopted by Cities of Santa Cruz and Capitola

2014:

  • Won approval for $30K in funding for Green Lane Pilot Program in the City of Santa Cruz
  • New bike lanes and green lane treatments installed in Soquel Village
  • Bike lanes approved and installed on Western Drive
  • Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic Plan adopted by County of Santa Cruz and City of Watsonville
  • Implemented new Bike Commuting Workshop program for adults
  • Implemented an Earn-A-Bike program in Watsonville, providing youth with free bikes and bike safety training