Tag Archives: Foster Avenue

Carol McFarland: Access to the proposed Creek Side Homes project remains problematic

Carol McFarland: Access to the proposed Creek Side Homes project remains problematic

Twelve years ago we decided to preserve our small piece of the Arcata Bottom handed down from great-grandparents because of the possible annexation and development of a subdivision of 150 houses, and the inevitable widening of Foster Avenue for its principal entrances.  Why? At that time, the front door to our house was less than

Man shot in leg this morning in Arcata

  Mad River Union ARCATA – A young man was rushed to the hospital after reportedly being shot in the leg during a dispute at an apartment on Heather Lane in Arcata. The man’s injuries are non-life threatening. Several males were in a dispute when the shooting occurred shortly after 8 a.m. The incident resulted

Danco’s Creekside Homes project under initial review

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA BOTTOM – Danco Communities’ Creekside Homes housing project project has arrived for consideration at Arcata City Hall. A six-page summary of the project is being circulated among relevant city departments and citizen committees for evaluation and comment. That feedback could be incorporated into the actual project application, which

Foster Avenue Ribbon Cutting

FOSTER AVENUE EXTENSION PROJECT RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14  A ribbon cutting ceremony for the Foster Avenue Extension, which connects Sunset Avenue to Alliance Road, will be held at 4 p.m. on Monday, September 14, at Shay Park, 1385 Foster Avenue, in Arcata. The community is invited to celebrate the completion of this new roadway

Foster Avenue Extension, Rails With Trails groundbreaking ceremonies Wednesday, April 15 at 3 p.m.

City of Arcata Press Release RAILS WITH TRAILS PROJECT CONSTRUCTION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15 GROUND BREAKING CEREMONY AT 3 P.M. The City of Arcata has contracted with McCullough Construction, Inc. for the Arcata Rails with Trails Project. Construction is scheduled to begin on Wednesday April 15, and should be completed by Thursday, October 15, 2015.

Arcata Fire’s Long-Planned Sunset Station Abandoned

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA/McKINLEYVILLE – Arcata Fire’s long-planned Sunset-area fire station is not to be. Originally planned for 11th and M streets and then re-sited on the future Foster Avenue extension south of Sunset Avenue, the project was the subject of many fundraising events by the Arcata Volunteer Fire Department, which is