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Bike Santa Cruz County

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General Agency Information
Name:Bike Santa Cruz County
Alternate Name(s):People Power
Address:703 Pacific Avenue
Santa Cruz, CA  95060
Driving Directions
Primary Phone:831-425-0665
Days/Hours of Operation/Phone:Anytime (Answering machine available)
Description:Bike Santa Cruz County is Santa Cruz County's advocate for people on bikes and other forms of sustainable transportation. We are currently focusing on county-wide issues and projects, including funding and construction of the Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic Trail, bike & pedestrian facilities on Highway 9, introducing innovative treatments like green lanes, and connecting the network of bike facilities throughout the county.
Bike Santa Cruz County is located in the Santa Cruz Hub For Sustainable Living, which also includes the Bike Church, Pedalers Express, the Fabrica, and the Computer Kitchen.
Mission:Bike Santa Cruz County promotes bicycling through advocacy, education and community building.
Programs:Green Ways to School provides classroom presentations, facilitates group rides, and coordinates special events at schools throughout the county. Programs include:
The Watsonville Earn-a-Bike Program, which provides bikes and bike safety training to middle school students in need.

Bike the Bay, an annual youth bike tour from Santa Cruz to Monterey.

Bike to Work/School Poster Design Contest, a contest open to teen artists in Santa Cruz County. Winning artwork is featured on Bike to Work/School Day posters and t-shirts.

Light Up the Night Ride, a 200+ person family-friendly ride promoting night riding safety.

Youth internships, which provide job skills training and paid work for high school students.

Valet Bike Parking
If you host events where any of your guests arrive on bikes, Valet Bike Parking makes a great addition to the program. We have years of experience parking bikes at events throughout Santa Cruz County. Valet Bike Parking works just like a coat check. Riders are given a tag when their bike is parked. Bikes are stored in a secure enclosure during the event, and riders retrieve their bike when they return with their tag. For pricing and availability, or to volunteer to help park bikes, contact us at (831) 425-0665 or
Publications:Bike Santa Cruz County Update subscription: $50/yr for a household and $20/yr for students and low income.
Volunteer Info:We always welcome volunteers, and currently need help with the following projects: Petitioning, Outreach at Events, Mailing the Update newsletter, Advocacy for the Coastal Rail Trail, Fundraising, Organizing events and forums.
Call 425-0665 or to help.
Languages other than English:None
Accommodations for Disabled:Call for Information
Public Transportation:Available Within Four Blocks
Eligibility:Public Service
Areas Served:Santa Cruz County
Physical Location:Santa Cruz
Funding Source:Donations
Contact Persons

Amelia Conlen

Subject Headings
Bicycle Paths/Trails
Information Services
Internship Programs
Political Action/Lobbying Groups
Private Nonprofits
Public Awareness/Education
Public Lectures/Discussions
Speakers/Speakers Bureaus
This record last modified August 23, 2016

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