ActiveSGV helped coordinate over 20 vaccination events in the San Gabriel Valley and helped around 1000 residents get vaccinated. The ongoing outreach efforts help connect people to vaccination clinics, testing sites, and other resources to fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
Driven by the input of community members and stakeholders, ActiveSGV launched the SGV Greenway Network initiative in 2014, setting a goal of 50 miles of greenways and green streets by 2025.
SRTS programs aim at increasing the number of students who choose active or shared transportation to school by making it safer and more accessible to walk, bicycle and/or take transit.
ActiveSGV worked with UCLA and The Energy Coalition to study the exposure of natural gas within homes residing in zip codes 91732 and 91746.
Active San Gabriel Valley (ActiveSGV) and The Trust for Public Land (TPL) are working on a community outreach-based planning effort to augment existing planning and development work in the City of El Monte.
E-Bike San Gabriel Valley is a regional e-bike share program led by ActiveSGV and the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments.
The Dr. Beatriz Solis scholarship was founded by the family of Dr. Beatriz Solis (1962-2020), to honor her legacy and impact.
ActiveSGV is committed to improving bicycle infrastructure throughout the San Gabriel Valley.
The Jeff Seymour Family Center Bike Park includes a variety of features to improve rider skills and fitness, including pump tracks, lumber elevated trails, dirt rollers, a teeter, and more.
ActiveSGV opened the SGV Bicycle Education Center on Sunday October 25, 2015, which is available for the community to use and maintain their bicycles.
As an organization committed to engaged communities and participatory democracy, ActiveSGV strongly encourages all eligible SGV residents to exercise their right to VOTE!
ActiveSGV is working with local and national partners in protecting the public lands and green, open spaces around Los Angeles.
The CalFresh Healthy Living project supports healthy, active and nourished lifestyles by teaching our communities about good nutrition and wellness practices.
#SGVcounts was a two-year project to fill gaps in walking and bicycling data in the San Gabriel Valley designed to inform decision-making, evaluate existing/future projects, and support applications for funding active transportation improvements.