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Safe Routes to School – Trail Network MAPPED

The Bucket Brigade and our partners are working to improve community safety with neighborhood-led trail-building partnerships. With the help of the Montecito Trails Foundation, Montecito Community Foundation, Santa Barbara County, and many others, we are training volunteers and volunteer leaders through hands-on community cooperation. This is a core tenet of the Bucket Brigade system: train volunteers through community uplift projects to prepare systems and leaders for deployment during a crisis or disaster.

Happening Now: The Hot Springs Walking Trail!
The Bucket Brigade, Montecito Trails Foundation, and SB County Public Works are building a new trail from Vons to Middle Road. We need your help to do it! Please support our work with a donation to improve pedestrian safety in your neighborhood. You can also sign up to volunteer.

You can click and drag the map to reposition it. Control+click to change the tilt. Click on the ‘i’ on Hale Park Trail or Coast Village Trail to read more details.

We need your help!

Get Involved!

Since January 9th 2018, we have repaired over 5.3 miles of neighborhood trails and constructed over a mile of new, on-road “Walking Trails” in the area damaged by the debris flow.  Over 1000 volunteers have stepped up to help.  We need your help to keep this project going.  A donation to support trail building will help us rent the machines and buy the materials needed to make safe, reliable trails for the community.

Any questions? 

Email contactus@sbbucketbrigade.org

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