Mapping out the Fence Line Plan
On October 24th, the project team walked the Phase 1 Demolition site–the northern end of the parking structure at California & Tehama streets in downtown Redding.
The goal? To be thoughtful about how the project site treatment will interface with downtown neighbors–residents, businesses, and organizations alike.
Initial fence line treatment to include:
- Fully-screened fence line perimeter, with fences mounted atop of K-Rail
- 6 capstone areas along the the fence line, with project-specific information
- Minimal treatment of the California Street frontage, as it is a best practice to minimize visual distractions along faster-moving traffic areas
Here is the screening material that will be used. The maker dubs it “Elite Knit Green”:
As Phase 2 Demolition proceeds in Spring 2020, we anticipate an opportunity to engage with more decorative fence line treatments, particularly along the California-Market Alley, which will be widened by 13 feet.
Special thanks to Modern Building Company, General Contractor for the project for their work on this early stage of planning.
- Sharing Downtown Updates with Redding Sunset Rotary (October 2019)
- California Street Development Phasing: Top Takeaways + Video (October 2019)
- California Street Development Preview (September 2019)
- Trails & Bikeways Council (September 2019)
- Shasta Dam Kiwanis Club August 2019
- Presentation at the Elks Club (July 2019)
- Cornerstone Bank Downtown Branch community (June 2019)
- Viva Downtown State of Downtown (May 2019)
- Shasta Association of Realtors (March 2019)
- Leadership Redding (December 2018)
- Caltrans North Region Managers (October 2018)
- RISE Young Professionals (June 2018)
- League of Women Voters of the Redding Area (May 2018)
- Viva Downtown State of Downtown (May 2018)
- Local Indians for Education, Shasta Historical Society & Redding Futures at Pasts & Futures of California Street (January 2018)
- Community Input Meeting (November 2017)