South Pas Active Streets

Advocating for cyclists, pedestrians, and a more sustainable future.

South Pas Active Streets is a community organization working to strengthen our city by improving walkability and bikeability. Active transportation improves quality of life, contributes to our small town appeal, and is a core pillar of our city’s climate action plan. However, not all areas of South Pasadena are accessible by walking or riding a bike, as city design too often prioritizes driving speed over safety. We believe that every part of the city should be safe and accessible to people of all ages and abilities, and we aim to achieve that goal through community programs and advocacy. 

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Raymond Hill Historic Walk

SP Active and Preservation Foundation are partnering up for a walking tour of Raymond Hill on June 1st. See our Community Events page for details and RSVP.

May is Bike Month!


In honor of Bike Month, South Pas Active donated 5 books discussing active transportation and city building to the South Pasadena library.  At the May 15th 2024 council meeting, Mayor Evelyn Zneimer and Library Director Cathy Billings accepted the donated books and proclaimed May "Bike Month" in South Pasadena.


Strong Towns, Confessions of a Recovering Engineer, Death and Life of Great American Cities, Walkable City, and Steering a New Course are now all available for check-out at the South Pasadena Library.

Check out Bike Month activities with our friends at Day One below:

Bike Bus Tuesdays

Join us for fresh air, happy kids, and a safe ride to school with our now-weekly Bike Bus. Rides start at 7:55 each Tuesday to Arroyo Vista and Marengo Elementary.