Source: City of Santa Barbara

The City of Santa Barbara invites community members to join Mayor Randy Rowse and the Santa Barbara City Council for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the Las Positas and Modoc Roads Multiuse Path and Phase II of the Arroyo Burro Open Space Restoration Project.

The City’s Transportation Planning and Parking Division (Public Works Department) and Creeks Division (Parks and Recreation Department) are hosting the event on Thursday, March 3, at 8:30 a.m. at the Arroyo Burro Open Space. Please note parking is not available along Las Positas Road. Attendees should park at the Open Space entrance at 599 Alan Road and walk to the ceremony site where the footbridge meets the Multiuse Path, or bike to the event on the path.

The Multiuse Path project included the construction of a 2.6-mile long pathway for bicyclists and pedestrians along Modoc Road, from Calle de Los Amigos to Las Positas Road, and along Las Positas Road from Modoc Road to Cliff Drive.

“We are excited to provide a safe route for bicyclists and pedestrians, improving access to surrounding neighborhoods, parks, and the beach,” said Jessica Grant, Interim Public Works Downtown Manager. “The project also is part of the Coast Bike Route connecting Goleta to Ventura.”

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