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Despite equestrians pleas to restrict Live Oak Equestrian Trail to horseback riders, Santa Barbara County Parks Department is moving forward on a pilot program that will open up the route to hikers this week.
Two widely divergent opinions of the state’s plan for expanding uses at Oso Flaco Lake were aired Monday in a virtual forum presented by the L…
The final virtual community meeting about a proposed new skate park at College Park in Lompoc is slated for 6 p.m. today via Zoom.
The remaining two virtual community meetings about a proposed new skate park at College Park have been rescheduled.
"...we worked to make this playground and fitness area as accessible to all abilities as possible."
The Lompoc City Council last month approved a contract with Great Western Installations, Inc., to modernize and update the amenities at the park located at East Olive Avenue and South Fifth Street. The nearly $740,000 project will consist of the installation of several play structures specifically designed to be accessible for children with disabilities, as well as an adult fitness zone with a mix of exercise machines and workout stations.
Leaders at Elevate Lompoc, a cannabis dispensary at 118 South H St., marked their store’s one-year anniversary by working out an agreement last month that will allow the dispensary to use the small lot immediately to its south for a wide range of events and promotions. When not in use by the dispensary, the new-look pocket park will be open to the public as a community garden, or simply as a green space for relaxation.
If your car will be parked outside for long periods, particularly with summer approaching, get sun shades to protect the car’s interior. He re…
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued these guidelines for what to do and what not to do when visiting parks and recreational …
If a park, beach or recreational facility is open for public use, visiting is OK as long as you practice social distancing and everyday steps such as washing hands often and covering coughs and sneezes. Follow these actions when visiting a park, beach, or recreational facility: