Mission Canyon Association

Recent News

Current Newsletter:

Spring 2016

In this issue:

  • Of Stone Walls and Good Neighbors
    For armchair historians and professional researchers alike, the project to create a safer pedestrian-automobile situation at the old stone bridge across Mission Creek near its eponymous old stone church has led to marvelous revelations....
  • Multimodal Plan Would Mar Mission Canyon
    The entrance to Mission Canyon is the most historic site in Santa Barbara County, and among the most historic sites in California and the western United States. For this reason especially, any changes in this area should be approached from the most cautious and careful of perspectives....
  • News in Brief
    • Abandoned Cars?
      We've had questions about what to do about
      cars abandoned in the canyon....
    • Fire Fees Clear Brush
      The Mission Canyon Vegetation Management
      Project, funded with a $325,000 grant
      courtesy of our State Responsibility Area
      (SRA) fees, has completed almost 40 acres
      to date...
    • MCA Dues
      Don't forget to pay your $35 yearly dues for
      MCA. That is a bargain! Your dues purchase
      the Mutt Mitts that keep literal tons of dog
      waste off trails, streets, parks, and creeks...
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