Awards & Recognition

Awards & Recognition$1 Million Clean Mobility Options funding award to Downtown Redding Bikeshare 2021.  Shasta Living Streets, operator.

Local Vision Award 2020 American Planning Association, Sacramento Valley Section 
“Recognizing that building great communities requires new and creative approaches that go beyond our traditional ideas of planning.  Awardees challenge the members of their communities to think differently about the everyday decisions they make.”

“Shasta Bike Depot – Best Practice Placemaking for Trail Towns” Adventure Cycling Association, Walk Bike Places Conference 2020

Women of Achievement for Community Service Award 2020 
American Association of University Women, Redding

Caltrans Releases Parklet Permit Guidance 2019
There has been only one parklet on a state highway–one official one, that is–in California, and our parklet demonstration in in Redding is why this guidance now exists.  City of Redding also now has parklet guidance.

California Affordable Housing & Sustainable Communities Grant Award, 2018
Redding Block 7 Project (highest score in the category):  City of Redding, K2 Land & Investments and The McConnell Foundation, with participation from the Community Revitalization & Development Corporation. Shasta Living Streets as Program Operator for The Shasta Bike Depot,  encouragement programs, and Downtown Redding Bikeshare.

Caltrans Excellence in Transportation Award 2017
Innovative safety design for people cycling on state highways. Now used by others.

Redding Chamber of Commerce Hall of Excellence  2017  Recognized: Service to the community

Caltrans Smart Mobility Learning Network, w Caltrans D2 2016
Requested to present our work together: California Street rightsizing project, Parklet demonstration, and 2-way protected bike lane.  The only site-project in the best-practice series.

California Streetsblog Streetsie Award 2015  
Local Advocacy with the Biggest Statewide Significance 

California Walks Advocacy Leadership Award 2015
Exceptional results for More Livable Main Streets that charts a realizable vision for walkability for California’s non-coastal communities

First Parklet in California on a Downtown State Highway 2015

Feature article Caltrans HQ Magazine, Mile-Marker 2015
Redding California: New Road Diet Improves Downtown Business

Best Caltrans District Decision – California Street Road Diet 
California Bicycle Coalition, All of the Best of 2014

Shasta Public Health Advisory Board Award 2014, 2012  Leveraging local assets to improve health