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Shasta Living Streets: Streets Alive!

Love your Family.  Love your neighborhood.  Love your bike.   

STREETS ALIVE! Family Bicycling Day 

It’s an event unlike any other.


Sequoia Street, Redding, CA.  10am-3pmFree to everyone


We will celebrate the difference the complete street improvements have made to families in their daily lives.  The City of Redding, Shasta Safe Routes to School Program, and Sequoia School worked together to identify needed safety improvements and activities.

People from other parts of the community will have an opportunity to come and see for themselves and learn about Shasta Safe Routes to School activities throughout the county and think about ways they can improve safety and convenience and the ability for their own children to get around.


To create this free public event, Shasta Living Streets and Shasta Safe Routes to School partner and work to engage businesses and community groups from across the county to come and participate.  We are putting a team together now.

Please let us know if you would like to participate.  Contact:  Cassie McAleer


On this day a stretch of downtown Redding is transformed into a car-free zone for Sunday enjoyment.  Family, friends and neighbors meet and experience downtown in a new way.   Area residents learn about businesses and neighborhood attractions previously unexplored.  People see their downtown district from a new perspective.

This is an inside-out parade, where people themselves are the parade, participating in activities and enjoying a walk or ride on a beautiful spring Sunday – local restaurants and shops are the attractions.

Come out and celebrate what’s best about our community, supporting business and enjoying our beautiful city.

It’s a free-form parade where everyone participates.  And it’s not just for bicycles!   The open-street makes it fun and safe to walk, skip, skate, dance and bicycle along California Street.

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Oliver Ranch Sculpture Park Tour
Later Event: October 15
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