TAKE BACK SANTA CRUZ TO HOLD “COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT WALK” AFTER LATEST DOWNTOWN ATTACK Santa Cruz, CA – Monday April 30, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE […]
TBSC Raises Over $2,000 for Special Olympics
Today I had the awesome pleasure of plunging with the Take Back Santa Cruz team to raise money & awareness for the Special Olympics. What a great community event, and […]
Our Santa Cruz Police Department – Happy Valentines Day!
The Take Back Santa Cruz executive committee chose their valentines this year and it was unanimous. The men and women of the Santa Cruz police department. We appreciate and love […]
TBSC Spotlight: CASA – volunteer as Advocates for children and youth in the foster care system
Nearly 70% of those incarcerated in California, and 1/3 of the homeless population that are transition aged youth in Santa Cruz County have experienced foster care at some point in […]
Help the Walnut Ave Women’s Center create a safe & clean space to honor Shannon Collins
From Co-Director Heather Putnam: “We are establishing this garden to create a space that embodies Shannon Collins’ dedication to the Center and her community. Having the garden come to fruition […]
Take Back Gives Back!
Last month, some anonymous cowards spray painted stencils that said “Kill Cops not Trees” in over a dozen places around the Downtown Santa Cruz area. The graffiti was removed […]
See something, Do Something Shout out!
How To Build Pride Of Ownership In Your Community – Facebook Group Post of the week: Today I took action and “took back” my street. My family lives downtown and our […]
City of Santa Cruz Announces Online Bike Registration!
Thank you to city staff who made this a reality! No more excuses to not having your bike registered. ” We are very happy to announce an online system to […]
TBSC on the air talking community – KSCO Hour Long Show with Neil Pearlberg
TBSC Founder Analicia Cube and EC members David Giannini and Gabrielle Korte sat down with Neil Pearlberg this last Wednesday to talk community on the KSCO Hour Long Show. The discussion […]
Grand Jury Report – “Public Program Successes”
Thank you Grand Jury for recognizing these programs for their effective work! All deserve to be commended for going well beyond community expectations and simple compliance with applicable policies and […]