The Valley Women’s Club of San Lorenzo Valley
Landline Help

Act Now to Oppose AT&T Landline Phone Abandonment 

Many of us in the San Lorenzo Valley and rural Santa Cruz County still depend on AT&T’s landline phones as the most dependable way to call for help in emergencies like winter storms or wildfires. When the power is out, as it often is in bad weather or natural disasters, a landline may be our

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Halloween Volunteers

Get Ready for a Spooktacular Volunteer Opportunity!

Join the BCBA and the Volunteer Witching Committee (VWC) for a safe and enchanting Halloween in Boulder Creek!

PG&E equipment on Pilger Road. Nov. 9, 2018

A New Franchise Agreement with PG&E is Long Overdue, and the VWC’s Environmental Committee is Working to Make it Happen

PG&E was granted the franchise to provide gas and electric power in Santa Cruz County, taking over from Coast Counties Gas & Electric on August 30, 1955! The Franchise Agreement (FA) with PG&E is outdated and inadequate. It must be renegotiated to address the current Values of the Santa Cruz County Strategic Plan to improve

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VWC Halloween Crossing Guards

Your help is needed to keep our little monsters safe!

Volunteer to be a Crossing Guard in Boulder Creek on Oct. 31 Halloween is approaching, and the VWC again supports the Boulder Creek Business Association with pedestrian safety control during the Boulder Creek Downtown Trick or Treat. Volunteers are needed to help show pedestrians what route to follow and where to cross Hwy 9 safely

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Sutter Health Urgent Care

Keep Urgent Care Services in Our Community

WE NEED YOUR VOICE! Sutter Health (PAMF) is changing operations for its Scotts Valley Clinic. It will no longer be an Urgent Care clinic for the community at large. This will result in residents from the San Lorenzo Valley and Scotts Valley having to go into Santa Cruz seeking urgent care services. A wave of

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Restoring SLV

Restoring Our Valley

Resources to help you after the fires We hope that you are well and safe in these exceptional hard times. Together the Santa Cruz Mountain residents have navigated through the hectic, unexpected evacuation; faced the grief of losing either our own homes; or friends, family, neighbors losing theirs. As members of this community, we have

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Large redwood stumps on Pilger Road. Nov. 15, 2018

Nancy Macy, VWC Enviro Committee Chair to be interviewed regarding PG&E Wildfire Safety Plan

Please join long-time journalist and commentator Bruce Bratton on KZSC Radio, tomorrow night (Tuesday, September 24) at 7:30 pm as he interviews VWC Environmental Committee Chair, Nancy Macy, about the crucial safety problems that PG&E’s massive Enhanced Vegetation Management Plan, and the “pro-active” cutting of power when winds threaten the power lines, are failing to

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Road Safety

April 4, 2019: Please attend and sign petition to improve the safety of our Valley roads

WHAT: Show of support for pedestrian safety on Highway 9 (and elsewhere in the SLV) WHEN: Thursday, April 4, 9 AM WHERE: Watsonville City Council Chambers, 275 Main St #400, Watsonville, CA 95076 SIGN UP: Click this link to commit to attend. This will help us know how many to expect. Thanks!   Dear Neighbors, It

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Federal Aviation Administration Needs To Hear From You!

Please Read and Sign The Petition: Flight Path Noise The Valley Women’s Club Board of Directors unanimously opposes the potential proposal to lower flight path levels and move flight patterns back over the San Lorenzo Valley area. This is a regional issue that affects about 50,000 Santa Cruz County residents in the San Lorenzo Valley, Scotts

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Mt. Hermon Bike Park Concerns

Wednesday June 17, 2015 Good Times by JOH RATHBUN Plans for an educational adventure park in Felton are awaiting approval, but not everyone is thrilled For two years, Mount Hermon developers have had a vision for a new kind of adventure park in Felton—a $4 million project that includes a “magic carpet” to transport mountain bikers

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