UCSB WALKWAY MAINTENANCE PROGRAM

 
 

UCSB has grown to over 24,000 enrolled students and 6,500 faculty and staff.  Providing safe paths of travel for over 30,000 people is dependent upon the ongoing efforts of the Physical Facilities staff who continually inspect and maintain walkways throughout the year.

Physical Facilities at UCSB is committed to maintaining safe walkways on campus. With approximately 1.4 million square feet of walkways, there is a never ending challenge to inspect, maintain, and enhance our walkways throughout the year

Whether the task involves the patching and filling of cracks, beveling of raised walkways, replacement of damaged concrete, or the redesign of major pedestrian corridors, UCSB is committed to maintaining a safe and more beautiful environment.

 

 

 
 

REPORT ALL WALKWAY HAZARDS

 

893-8300 or customer.service@pf.ucsb.edu

 

safety FIRST

SAFETY IN NUMBERS

Over 5,500 potential trip hazards have been removed from the campus since January 2010.


GROWING IN BEAUTY

 

In keeping with the natural beauty of its surroundings, UCSB took an aesthetic leap forward recently when a major infrastructure project replaced large  expanses of mundane and deteriorating concrete with tasteful new walkways and landscaping  through the campus’s Library and Science Corridors.