Improved ADA access at Anderson River Park sought by DAC and consumers

And Riv Park tour ADA issues

DAC-Redding joined consumer Steve Harrasser and city engineering staff on April 17 for a tour of Anderson River Park’s parking spaces, seeking to improve ADA access for the public. Harrasser, with a design/planning background, took slope measurements of the parking spaces by the fishing access entrance, among other services, during the tour. City staff will explore adding interim upgrades. Securing a grant to provide long term ADA improvements at the site are among the goals DAC will examine. Local DAC staff also aims to establish an ADA Transition Committee for Redding to meet monthly. The group will focus on ADA-related issues in Shasta County and its other service areas.

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