Looking for ideas for a healthier 2017?

January 7, 2017 10am to 5pm Redding Health Expo at Redding Civic Center

Frosty Run registration is at 8am – More info https://www.facebook.com/events/308264019527837/


Open Mic Night Thur Dec 8 2016


Becoming Brave Dec 10 2016


Redding Health Expo January 7 2017

Looking for the inspiration for a healthy 2017?

Here are links to all of our official pages:

Redding Health Expo Website: www.ReddingHealthExpo.com

Redding Health Expo Facebook: www.facebook.com/reddinghealthexpo

Redding Health Expo Event Page: www.facebook.com/events/308264019527837

Redding Health Expo Instagram: www.instagram.com/reddinghealthexpo

Redding Health Expo Promo Video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=14wGdsF9Cbw


Redding Health Expo January 7th

We are so excited to be apart of this incredible event. The Redding Health Expo will be held on January 7th at the Redding Civic Auditorium.

RSVP Here: @Redding Health Expo • January 7, 2017


Announcing New Grant Funding for Safety and Access Improvements Along Iconic Esplanade Corridor in Chico.

This successful grant application for funding came about because of the continued advocacy of the ADA Transition Committee, a shared project of the Disability Action Center and the City of Chico’s public works department and especially Councilmember Randall Stone. This project was bird-dogged by us. Now we look forward to construction beginning in 2020. It is my hope that the residents of Chico will see this as a wonderful project which works to the benefit of all.

To see the televised news report, go to: http://www.actionnewsnow.com/news/grant-to-fund-safety-upgrades-on-the-esplanade/

I would like all to know that this $7.6 million project will cost the City of Chico only $100 K, due to the contribution of $350 K from the Butte County Association of Governments, supplementing the $7.2 Million awarded by CalTrans.  I see lots of construction jobs in our future, starting in 2020.


“A Class IV Bikeway (separated bikeway) is a bikeway for the exclusive use of bicycles (plus wheelchair users and pedestrians) and includes a separation required between the separated bikeway and the through vehicular traffic. The separation may include, but is not limited to, grade separation, flexible posts, inflexible physical barriers, or on-street parking.” — CalTrans design information bulletin

Thanks Giving

DAC_logo_iconTo all those who make a difference in the lives of others; thank you.  To all those who donate their time and energy into Disability Action Center; thank you.  To all those who bring in supplies and equipment to recycle that is given back out to others in our communities; thank you.