SAASy Mujeres is a collective of women identifying folks that host all-femme rides in hopes of meeting new people, getting healthy and learning about advocacy efforts in Santa Ana. It’s also a way for residents and community members who would want to ride around the city but otherwise don’t feel safe or confident doing so by themselves.
A team of residents will be using grassroots tactics to try and change the bad habits of pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists. Latino Health Access (LHA), a local community-based health organization in Santa Ana, is leading the safe mobility campaign that aims to train local residents, specifically teenagers, in safe traffic behaviors and sharing the knowledge in their community.
Edgar Arellano is the newest member of the SAAS family. He is this year’s Bicycle Safety Campaign coordinator and will be leading efforts in our Luces Vivas! bike light giveaway events, Bicycle Safety skills classes, and bicycle/pedestrian community events.
Edgar Arellano es el nuevo miembro de la familia SAAS. Arellano es el coordinador de la Campaña de Seguridad en Bicicletas de este año y estará encabezando los esfuerzos en nuestras Luces Vivas! Eventos de la luz de la bici de la entrega, clases de las habilidades de la seguridad de la bicicleta, y acontecimientos de la comunidad de la bicicleta / peatonal.
#sastreetsforall: On June 18, Decide Top Street Corridors for Central Santa Ana Complete Streets Plan
After four-days of community input about how to better our street network in Central Santa Ana, the City and consultants will be bringing the first round of ideas back to the community on Saturday, June 18 for your further input and consideration.