SCH Number 2020039071

Project Info

Use Permit Application UP-2020-00350, City of Redding Community Services Department
The Northeast Crossing Trail (NEXT) project proposes to construct a permeable paved trail in the open space corridor along Boulder Creek, generally located west of 1-5. The project will connect the existing State Route (SR) 299 shared use pedestrian/bicycle path through the Caltrans right-of-way and the City-owned property to the Highland Park neighborhood subdivision at the northern terminus of Mill Valley Parkway. The scope of work includes construction of 2,900 linear feet of 10-foot wide paved trail, a single span pedestrian bridge over Boulder Creek, LED safety lighting, 0.40 acres of native restorative planting. Work will involve vegetation removal, vegetation trimming, earthwork (cut and fill), and trenching. A use permit is required to allow encroachment into the regulatory 100-year floodplain of Boulder Creek for trail construction. Amenities would include safety lighting, traffic bollards, and a drinking fountain. The NEXT project is an active transportation project specifically designed to reduce vehicle miles traveled and promote non-motorized commuting in the Northeast Quadrant of Redding.
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4 documents in project

Type Lead/Public Agency Received Title
City of Redding Caltrans Encroachment Permit 0220-NMC-0176 for City of Redding's Northeast Crossing Trail Project, Use Permit Application UP-2020-00350
City of Redding Northeast Trail Crossing Bridge Project (Lake or Streambed Alteration Agreement No. 1600-2020- 0162-R1)
City of Redding Northeast Crossing Trail Project
City of Redding Use Permit Application UP-2020-00350, City of Redding Community Services Department