The Active San Gabriel Valley (ActiveSGV) team is excited to announce that 626 Golden Streets - the San Gabriel Valley's premier #OpenStreets event - will conclude 2019 with a new route in the heart of the SGV. DubbedSGV Streets and Treats, the first-time event on Saturday, October 26th will connect #ActiveSGV's home at the Jeff Seymour Center in El Monte, the annual Dia de los Muertos festival on Main Street, the Children's Day Parade, and the South El Monte civic center.
The 4.5 mile route will also feature three activity hubs including trick-or-treating booths, music and arts activations, cultural offerings, e-bike demos, pop-up protected bikeways, and family-friendly games and contests (e.g., best dressed bicycle/scooter, family, dog, etc).
Stay tuned for a route map and more event details!
#626GoldenStreets in 6 Points
Golden Streets is a FREE event! But bring cash or card to sample SGV treats and support local businesses along the route!
YOU get to decide where you start and finish. There is no right or wrong way to experience the event.
All forms of non-motorized transportation are permitted, including walking, biking, skating, scooting, jogging, running, ambling, and strolling.
Golden Streets is NOT a race. There are no finisher medals or awards. Only miles of smiles.
Share the road. Please stay right and exercise caution so everyone can have a safe, enjoyable day.
Don't forget to stop, enjoy, and take a picture! Share your best snapshots on social media with the hashtag #626GoldenStreets for chances to win 626 swag and more post-event!
Three family-friendly activity zones to stop, rest, relax, and maybe even meet #GabeTheSasquatch in person will be interspersed across the event route. Each hub will feature different things to see and do for participants of all ages, including:
live performers, artists, and entertainment
arts activities, artists, and crafts
games for all ages (e.g., climbing wall, giant legos)
electric bike/scooter demo zones
over 50 vendors and exhibitors
FREE collectible stickers (while supplies last) in each hub you visit
There is no start/finish, meaning participants are welcome to join the event anywhere along the route. However we encourage participants to access the event via metro and/or people-power!
Rio Hondo or San Gabriel River Trails - The class I paths comes within 0.5 miles of the event route. Exit the San Gabriel River Path at Thienes Ave or Rio Hondo Path at the El Monte Transit Station or Lower Azusa Ave.
The Metro El Monte Station is directly adjacent to the event route.
Bikes, strollers, skateboards, unicycles and wheelchairs are welcome on Metro. For more information check out the Metro Trip Planner here: metro.net.
The El Monte Metrolink station is on the event route.
We encourage attendees arriving by private automobile to utilize street parking.
Donations of any and all sizes are greatly appreciated, and tax-deductible thanks to non-profit event facilitator ActiveSGV. Funding is used to offset the significant cost of staging multi-city open streets events. Thank you for your support!