This message is for all trail users, supporters, and advocates: In cooperation with the ongoing Giving Tuesday fund drive, the Board of Directors of the Trails and Bikeways Council of Greater Redding (the TBC), a 501 (c) (3) charity, is kindly soliciting your financial support of our mission and goals. We are grateful for your prior support and will welcome it now and in the future. During 2019 and 2020, and looking forward, we have and will continue to direct our funds and efforts to help create a new pedestrian trail in the Upper Jenny Creek corridor, which will give people living near Mary Lake enhanced pedestrian access to the park. We continue to advocate for new trail routes that will connect the Salt Creek Heights subdivision with the City of Redding trail system. We are also working to restore or find an alternative to recently lost trail access between the Westside and Mary Lake Trails and a Eureka Way crossing that will lead to direct trail access to the Sacramento River Trail. We have and will continue to assist in restoration efforts following the Carr Fire. We have adopted the West Side Trails and have assumed responsibility for quarterly trash pickup and light trail maintenance, funding erosion control, and adding trail amenities as funds allow. If you wish to donate to the TBC, you can enter the Giving Tuesday website by entering www.northstategives.org/nonprofits? We will be thankful for any and contributions. Any donation of $20 or more will buy you an automatic one-year TBC membership. You can contribute any time between when you receive this message and late evening on Tuesday, December 1. Thank you in advance for your donation. Sincerely, Lang M. Dayton, Chair, Trails & Bikeways Council of Greater Redding
On track and preparing for opening the Shasta Bike Depot next summer! Fly through the structure for a sense of the courtyard, cafe and depot space. We invite you to share your thoughts and hopes for the space now and in coming months. - The Shasta Bike Depot creates a mobility hub at the Redding Transit Center to serve our trail town. It provides amenities to empower and encourage biking, walking and transit commutes by residents and tourists. The main facility is at the nexus of major bicycle routes bringing people in-and-out on connected, convenient bikeways to other areas of the city and county. - More about the Depot https://www.calbike.org/shasta-bike-depot-will-help-redding-embrace-its-potential-as-a-bikeable-city/ - Comments here or directly to Anne at firstname.lastname@example.orgSouth Side of the River Trail is now open all the way. The Buenaventura (AKA 10 Bridges is still closed due to bridge reconstruction!
Westside Trail Quarterly Cleanup The Trails and Bikeways Council adopted the cleanup of the Westside Trail. We meet at the end of Dillard Lane four times a year. The upcoming dates are: March 14, 2020 at 9: a.m. June 13, 2020 at 8 a.m. September 12, 2020 at 8 a.m. December 12 2020 at 9 a.m.