I'm lucky to be living here in Fallbrook with my boyfriend and our 2 weimaraners. It's a small, charming little town, somewhat cut off from the rest of San Diego county. As the saying goes, "you don't arrive in Fallbrook by accident." However, the most painfully inconvenient feature of this town is the fact that almost all of Fallbrook lacks sidewalks! Walking my dogs is non negotiable for me, especially the 6 month old who is still in training. I walk through extremely narrow dirt footpaths next to the barely there shoulder of the road, and sometimes I have no choice but to walk on the road itself. I've fallen and tripped countless times from walking on the dirt and uneven ground. And at night when it's a new moon, I don't go for a walk at all. My walks have to take place in the daytime, as a matter of safety. There are also no street lamps, so think pitch black. I can't see where I'm putting my foot down and decided after the last time I went for a walk after dark that I really can't do this again because of how dangerous it is. This is the first town I've walked in and honestly been afraid of getting hit by a car. I am sure Fallbrook will continue to improve and develop. But for now it's a frustrating experience to have to walk my dogs like this. I don't know why incorporating sidewalks for the people of this town was overlooked. But I hope that changes soon.