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The Desal Link pipeline connects key community water sources with a new underground pipeline between the Charles E. Meyer Desalination Plant and water mains connected to the Cater Water Treatment Plant. The pipeline installation was…
Artistic rendering of the Dwight Murphy Field Renovation project, including new sport fields and Gwendolyn's Playground
The Dwight Murphy Field Renovation Project aims to redevelop the park to better serve the community with a new high-quality sports facility and the region's largest inclusive, all-abilities playground.
Rendering of an example landscaped peninsula on 200 block of North Alisos Street
The Eastside neighborhood of Santa Barbara has a propensity for walking and biking and it needs safe and easy connections.
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Currently underway, the first phase of this project will include the replacement of the existing playground, the installation of an additional playground near the front of the park, and the installation of adult fitness equipment. The…
Las Positas Modoc Road Bicycle & Pedestrian Path Project - completed pathway
This project proposes to construct a 2.6 mile-long separated pathway for bicyclists, runners, and pedestrians of all ages and abilities along Las Positas and Modoc Roads.
Rendering of potential pedestrian and bicycle U.S. Highway 101 overcrossing
The City is developing the Lower Eastside Connectivity Active Transportation Plan to identify ways to improve walking and bicycling access between the Lower Eastside Neighborhood and destinations south of U.S. Highway 101.
Mission Creek at East Beach with Stearns Wharf
The Lower Mission Creek Flood Control Project (Project) has been a joint project of the Santa Barbara County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (District) and the City of Santa Barbara (City), for many years. The Project is…
Aerial view of the intersection of Milpas and Mason Streets
Milpas Street is a busy arterial street in the Eastside neighborhood with five lanes of traffic carrying over 23,000 vehicles per day. Milpas ranks #2 in the City for the highest number of pedestrian-involved collisions. As a result, City…
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