Lake Los Carneros Footbridge Closed over Public-Safety Concerns

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Lake Los Carneros footbridge

Goleta officials closed the 30-year-old wooden footbridge at the northern end of Lake Los Carneros this week, citing extensive wood rot. Before it can reopen, “significant reconstruction or replacement” will be needed, they said. “We know this is an inconvenience to the many Lake Los Carneros visitors who enjoy using the wooden footbridge to view wildlife, connect with nature, and find a nice place to relax and reflect,” a message from the city reads. “Visitors are encouraged to detour around the footbridge via Covington Way to the north or do a loop hike through the many alternative trails at the eastern and southern portions of Lake Los Carneros.”

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