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Fall Gathering in Pictures!

Our Fall Gathering fundraiser gala was a wonderfully successful evening of sharing stories, smiles and the joys of sustainable transportation efforts across Santa Barbara County.  No one epitomized that more than our annual Barry Siegel Award recipient, Ed France, Executive Director of the SB Bike Coalition and Bici Centro!  Our silent auction was a big hit, with an array of diverse auction items (generously donated from area businesses) going to the winning high bidders.  Take a look back at that night by ‘strolling’ through our photo slideshow!  Thanks to all those who attended and contributed to our best Fall Gathering yet!  Until next year, keep supporting the many sustainable transportation modes Santa Barbara has to offer!

Thanks to Our Fall Gathering Sponsors!

COAST thanks our generous sponsors who helped make this our best Fall Gathering yet!


Gold Sponsors

The Icon Company

MTD Logo

Silver Sponsors

CEC Logo

Cottage Logo

Architectural Foundation of Santa Barbara

A. Davis Family

Arlington Financial Advisors

Dave and Kitty Peri

Joan and Bill Murdoch

Hochhauser Blatter Architecture and Planning

Bronze Sponsors

Alma Del Pueblo

Bendy and Cathy White

Cathy Murillo and David Pritchett

Carol Keator and Cheri Gurse

Cearnal Andrulaitis Architects

David Landecker

Marty and Joe Blum

Megan Diaz-Alley

Gregg Hart

Ivor John

Roger and Eileen Horton

W.R. (Hap) Ziegler, Jr.

Special Thanks To:

Spanish Garden Inn

Gary Atkins Sound

Grant House

Rich and Gail Untermann

Read our Fall Newsletter!

Our latest Newsletter is here!  Click the image below to to read online, print or save to your computer.

.                                    .COAST Fall 2103 Newsletter

Huge Win for the Eastside!

The City Council meeting on Sept. 18 was a big victory for COAST and the Eastside. The council has prioritized the Eastside for immediate improvements in lighting, pedestrian crossings, and sidewalk infills. They also authorized a long term plan that is neighborhood-comprehensive to improve the traffic and pedestrian walkways. The city will make immediate operational improvements, so residents will begin seeing improvements quickly. After the near-term “just-do-it” projects the neighborhood will participate in more comprehensive planning for larger projects that will require grant funding. Essentially, this will be a two-step process.

COAST got a lot of accolades from the mayor and various council members for our work in the Eastside and for engaging a population that normally does not participate.

A big thank you goes out to Project Director Caitlin Carlson, for her work in the Eastside and for putting together this video that was shown at last night’s meeting:

Thank you to Ana Rico, our organizer, for her tireless effort to engage Eastside residents, Cynthia White, principal of Cleveland School who came out and spoke, the McCune Foundation and the Fund for Santa Barbara who are funding our work in the Eastside, the Milpas Community Association, and the Neighborhood Advisory Council who partnered with us, and Cathy Murillo and Grant House who have championed our cause and all of the council members who voted for this – unanimously!

Other neighborhoods such as the Mesa will soon follow. This as the turning point where neighborhoods and people on foot and on bikes will once more get the attention they deserve!