Shasta Living Streets is a local organization dedicated to building better bikeways and trails, walkable cities and vibrant public places in Shasta County.
Established in 2010 by a handful of enthusiasts, Shasta Living Streets has grown considerably, innovated new programs and services, helped shift public and agency vision and direction, and supported projects that have brought more funding, better policy, and breakthrough change to our community.
We imagine cities and towns with an emphasis on being outdoors on interconnected walking paths and bicycle networks, with vibrant business districts, transit that works and community socializing fostered by trails and parks and an ease for getting out and about. Its the type of place sought after by millenials with children, by young CEOs and by retiring couples who can now live anywhere and want active lifestyles. This is a cross between traditional small-town America and a modern, progressive thinking city.
The organization now consists of 250+ individual and business members, a core group of advisors and volunteers, a large number of contributors to specific projects, and thousands of event and social media participants.
Anne Wallach Thomas, Executive Director, Shasta Living Streets
Elizabeth Cifu Shuster, Communications and Engagement Coordinator, and Bike Valet Lead.
Michael Kuker, Analyst & Communications Strategist.
Shasta Living Streets is proud to contribute to and receive support from important alliances
Affiliate Partner of the California Bicycle Coalition
Network Partner of California Walks
A Patron Member of American Trails
And a Network Member of the organizers of Open Street programs worldwide
Donations to Shasta Living Streets are fully tax deductible. Shasta Living Streets is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our fiscal sponsor ensuring compliance with tax law is the California Bicycle Coalition Education Fund.
- P.O. Box 941, Palo Cedro, CA 96073
- Find us at the Saturday Farmers’ Market! at Redding City Hall, 777 Cypress Street. 7:30 a.m. to noon.