June 2015

Found 2 blog entries for June 2015.


Biking in Santa Cruz

This year, Santa Cruz was added to the Bike Score list at Redfin as one of the most bikeable US cities, with a Bike Score rating of 83.8. Right now, with an average population of 63,127, the percent of residents who primarily walk or bike to work is at around 16%, which means we're ranked second in California for the number of bike-to-work commuters in our area!

Biking in Santa Cruz has been encouraged over the years with bike infrastructure, most recently including the first green lane treatments in the county, as well as segments of the Soquel Demonstration Forest Flow Trail being completed for those who enjoy biking our many trails, and the completion of the Arana Gulch Trail.

Discover Our Bike Clubs In Santa Cruz

If you're interested in

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Water restriction impact on home sellers

Since the mandatory urban water restrictions set by Governor Brown, in April, questions have arisen around real estate and what water restrictions means for home sellers.

Right now, the city of Santa Cruz has set mandatory water restrictions which have been in place since May 1, and are set at 64 gallons a day, and going beyond this could result in fines. There are also some guidelines set for homes that are going to market. Below are important notes and advice to help you understand what you can do to ensure a smooth home sale transaction.

Efficient Plumbing Upgrades

All residential homes in the city of Santa Cruz's water service area will need to be outfitted with high efficiency plumbing fixtures before they go on the market. This is a

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