What We Do

CABS provides three key community services:

All with a focus on enhancing the wellbeing and resilience of this

proud coastal community.

Advocacy

Our board and members participate in initiatives targeting social, environmental and economic challenges and opportunities at the local, county, state and federal level. Some examples include:

  • Big Sur Cellular Taskforce
  • Big Sur Community Emergency Response Team
  • Big Sur Fire
  • Big Sur Land Use Advisory Committee
  • Big Sur Multi-Agency Advisory Council
  • Big Sur Pledge
  • California Coastal Trail Planning
  • Fire Safe Council
  • Fuel Mitigation Taskforce
  • Water & Road Boards

Advocacy

Our board and members participate in initiatives targeting social, environmental and economic challenges and opportunities at the local, county, state and federal level. Some examples include:

  • Big Sur Cellular Taskforce
  • Big Sur Community Emergency Response Team
  • Big Sur Fire
  • Big Sur Land Use Advisory Committee
  • Big Sur Multi-Agency Advisory Council
  • Big Sur Pledge
  • California Coastal Trail Planning
  • Fire Safe Council
  • Fuel Mitigation Taskforce
  • Water & Road Boards

Collaborative Community Problem Solving

The Big Sur Community leverages its long history of civic engagement to embrace and steward multi-stakeholder solutions to community challenges. CABS provides a platform to help move community initiatives forward. Examples include:

  • Innovating solutions for traffic and safety issues, e.g. the Sycamore Canyon Shuttle Project
  • Initiating, fundraising for and facilitating the Big Sur Destination Stewardship Project
  • Designing and promoting the Big Sur Pledge
  • Researching options and driving solutions for Community Housing and Visitor-Serving Infrastructure
  • Organizing member dinners to obtain diverse inputs to the CABS project agenda

Collaborative Community Problem Solving

The Big Sur Community leverages its long history of civic engagement to embrace and steward multi-stakeholder solutions to community challenges. CABS provides a platform to help move community initiatives forward. Examples include:

  • Innovating solutions for traffic and safety issues, e.g. the Sycamore Canyon Shuttle Project
  • Initiating, fundraising for and facilitating the Big Sur Destination Stewardship Project
  • Designing and promoting the Big Sur Pledge
  • Researching options and driving solutions for Community Housing and Visitor-Serving Infrastructure
  • Organizing member dinners to obtain diverse inputs to the CABS project agenda

Disaster Recovery

CABS serves as an emergency management liaison between government agencies, donors, and the local community. Our goal is to enable our community to recover as quickly as possible following flood, fire and road closures.

Our Services

  • Post-emergency Financial Aid
  • Post-fire ash and debris removal
  • Shared Road Repair Grants
  • Water and Septic Repair Grants
  • Linking Community to Outside Recovery Resources
  • Advocacy and coordination with County, State and Federal officials

Disaster Recovery

CABS serves as an emergency management liaison between government agencies, donors, and the local community. Our goal is to enable our community to recover as quickly as possible following flood, fire and road closures.

Our Services

  • Post-emergency Financial Aid
  • Post-fire ash and debris removal
  • Shared Road Repair Grants
  • Water and Septic Repair Grants
  • Linking Community to Outside Recovery Resources
  • Advocacy and coordination with County, State and Federal officials

Address

info@CABigSur.org

PO Box 59 Big Sur,
CA 93920

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