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April Bike Donation Drive

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During the past two years VUSD and its community partners collected hundreds of donated bicycles that will be refurbished and passed out to kids who need them over the summer as part of the lunch program. 

Request forms will be passed out door-to-door in neighborhoods that are serviced by the summer lunch trucks. Families can request bicycles and related gear, such as helmets and pumps by returning the forms to the lunch truck drivers. 

Summer Lunch Program

Free Lunch Deliveries

Vacaville Unified School District Child Nutrition Department delivers lunches to select neighborhoods each summer as part of a national "Seamless Summer Feeding" program. From 10:40 a.m. to 1:40 p.m. weekdays through July 31, trucks will take nutritious lunches to children at  neighborhood sites.

The lunches are free and available to all children up to age 18.

"Hunger is one of the most severe roadblocks to the learning process," says the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which funds the Summer Nutrition Program. "Lack of nutrition during the summer months may set up a cycle for poor performance once school begins again. Hunger also may make children more prone to illness and other health issues. The Seamless Summer Feeding Option" is designed to fill that nutrition gap and make sure children can get the nutritious meals they need."


2015 Summer Routes

Download the full route details to see specific locations:  2015 South  /   2015 North

“El Sur/South”

(approximate times, for 20 minutes)
(los tiempos son aproximados, por 20 min)

Lynwood Knolls Apts.
800-908 Beelard Dr.

Twin Oaks Apts.

2390 Nut Tree Rd.

Creekside Village

149 Aegean Way

Canyon Creek Apts.

159 Aegean Way

Adobe Villa Apts.

1649 Alamo Dr.

Mariposa Center

1625 Alamo Dr.

Alamo Gardens Apts.

1501 Alamo Dr.

Vacaville Park Apts.

1424 Alamo Dr.

“El Norte/North” 

(approximate times, for 20 minutes)
(los tiempos son aproximados, por 20 min)

Brownsville Estates

207 Brown St.

Trower Park Area

(a la parque / at the park)

Downtown Library

1 Town Square

Orchard/Maples Apts.

401 W. Monte Vista Av.

Lincoln Corner Apts.

130 Scoggins Ct.

The Californian & Oak View Apts.

1230-63 Callen St.

Bennett Hill Apts.

231 Bennett Hill Ct.