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Pico Promenade


Pico PromenadeThe Pico Promenade is a beautiful walking path that parallels a creek and extends from Fallbrook Street north to Elder Street. Volunteers continue to work with local school children planting natives and California-friendly plants along the paths of the promenade. Thousands of dollars are spent annually to remove invasive plants from the creek bed.

The Fallbrook Beautification Alliance enjoys the support of Save Our Forest/Fallbrook Land Conservancy through their Environmental Education Program aimed at 4th and 5th grade FUESD students and students from local high schools.  Native and drought tolerant plants are planted along the pathway educating young people about the importance of water conservation.

Eagle Scout candidate Brad McCormick and his fellow troop 755 members installed split-rail fencing along the west side of the Pico Promenade pathway as part of the recent revitalization efforts through the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance. This is the first installment of many, as more candidates come forward to continue to give this part of downtown Fallbrook a much needed face-lift.



Students from Ivy High School with one of the many benches they painted at Pico Promenade