Tag Archives: Redwood Community Action Agency

Annie & Mary Trail survey closes Friday, Feb. 15

City of Arcata ARCATA – The City of Arcata reminds community members that the Annie and Mary Trail Connectivity Project survey will be open for public input until Friday, Feb. 15. The Annie and Mary Trail Connectivity Project will create a new trail that will connect Sunset Avenue/Larson Park to Valley West and the Aldergrove

Public meeting on new Seventh and I streets development

City of Arcata ARCATA– The City of Arcata Community Development Department is seeking community input regarding a new multi-family affordable housing project located at Seventh and I streets. The City of Arcata is working in partnership with Danco, the Redwood Community Action Agency and the California Strategic Growth Council on this project in order to create affordable,

Annie/Mary Trail to run along old Arcata & Mad River Railroad Co. line

Jack Durham Mad River Union BLUE LAKE – Construction will begin this summer on the first phase of a trail that may eventually connect Arcata to Blue Lake. Phase 1 of the Annie & Mary Trail, which follows portions of the old Arcata & Mad River Railroad Co. line, will extend about a half mile

Humboldt Bay Trail funding appears assured

County of Humboldt  HUMBOLDT – The project to complete the four-mile gap in the Humboldt Bay Trail between Eureka and Arcata is on the list of projects recommended for funding through the state’s 2019 Active Transportation Program. The Active Transportation Program is a competitive grant program that funds bicycle and pedestrian improvements throughout California. The

Sungnome Madrone seeks 5th District seat

Jack Durham Mad River Union FIFTH DISTRICT – Trinidad area resident Sungnome Madrone has announced that he is running for Fifth District Supervisor. Madrone, a resident of Humboldt County for the past 44 years, is the first candidate to publicly announce that he is running for the seat, now held by Supervisor Ryan Sundberg. The

County pursues funding for housing rehab

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – The county’s submittal of a package of federal community development grant applications has been approved by the Board of Supervisors. It includes funding for a multi-family housing rehabilitation project in McKinleyville. If funded, a federal Community Development Block Grant will provide $800,000 for health and safety and handicapped