Sharing Downtown Updates with the Trails & Bikeways Council

 In Community Vitality

On September 10th, 2019 Program Officer for Community Vitality, Rachel Hatch shared Downtown project updates at the monthly meeting of the Trails & Bikeways Council of Greater Redding.

As a non-profit, their mission is “to facilitate the development of a local world-class multi-use non-motorized trails and bikeways system that will connect Redding neighborhoods with each other and the surrounding area.”

The ask? To share about the Block 7 Project, including associated trail components, housing, transit, bike share and more.

Are you involved in a group to that would be interested in a presentation? Feel free to be in touch: rhatch [at]

Want to stay in the loop on downtown grants and investments? Check out The Latest at the Community Vitality blog or sign up for the Downtown Dispatch e-newsletter here:

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