Construction Begins for the Westside Community Paseos Project
By the City of Santa Barbara
Construction for the Westside Community Paseos Project, which will provide strong walking and biking connections within the Westside, and from the Westside to Downtown, begins on the 600 block of West Mission Street on January 27 and will last for two months in this location.
The total project duration is approximately nine months. Community updates will be provided prior to construction in each location.
The Westside Community Paseos Project (Project) is funded primarily through Active Transportation Program grant funds and will provide strong walking and biking connections within the Westside, and from the Westside to Downtown.
On January 17, Southern California Edison and Lash Construction, Inc. began relocating utility poles along Mission Street, between Modoc Road and San Pascual Street, in preparation for construction.
Beginning January 27, construction for the Project will occur on the 600 block of W. Mission Street and will last for approximately two months. Access will be maintained for residents, although temporary disruptions should be anticipated during construction. A new, separated multiuse path will be constructed that safely connects cyclists and pedestrians to routes on Modoc Road and San Pascual Street.
Work is restricted to occur between 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
We appreciate your continued support and patience. For more information about the Project, email WestsideCommunityPaseos@SantaBarbaraCA.gov or visit the Project website at SantaBarbaraCA.gov/WestsideCommunityPaseos.