Greenway (gren’ -wa) n. 1. A linear open space established along either a natural corridor, such as a riverfront, stream valley, or ridgeline, or overland along a railroad right-of-way converted to recreational use, a canal, a scenic road, or other route. 2. Any natural or landscaped course for pedestrian or bicycle passage. 3. An open-space connector linking parks, nature reserves, cultural features, or historic sites with each other and with populated areas. 4. Locally certain strip or linear parks designated as a parkway or greenbelt.

To create a greenway along the entire length of Santiago Creek and to preserve, restore, and enhance its ecological, scenic, historical and recreational resource.    

  SCGA Mission Statement

bobcat9 bullfrog rabbit

These are just a few of the inhabitants that you can find along the Greenway....

LBvireo racoon possum
coopershawk coyote

Santiago Creek Signs

You may have noticed driving around  the City of Orange that Santiago Creek is now identified at all the  points where a road crosses over the creek. Thanks to a member of SCGA  (Yolanda Alvarez) who originally made the suggestion to place signs at  all the crossings of Santiago Creek, the City of Orange Public Works has now identified the creek at all the crossings in Orange.

Santiago Creek Greenway Alliance is a 501(c)3 organization. Contributions are tax-deductible.

Please send a check made out to "Santiago Greenway Alliance" and mail it to David Piper CPA, 1500 E. Katella Ave. Suite 7, Orange, CA 92867