CRESECENT CITY, Calif. (KIEM)-Rain and wind didn’t stop Crescent City officials from holding their ribbon cutting ceremony this week, to celebrate the reopening of Front Street.
The project has been in the works for more than a decade.
The city received $4 million through a community development block grant, to fund the project.
Outdated infrastructure has been replaced which should solve previous flooding issues.
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Community members and tourists can now enjoy wider sidewalks, better lighting and dedicated bike lanes.
Former mayor and current Council Member Blake Inscore says the has been a long time coming.
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“As a planning commissioner back in 2011, we began talking about rebuilding Front Street,” he said.
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“We saw the original Front Street master plan in 2012, and now here we are in 2021 were actually seeing those dreams come to fruition. and now our goal is going to be to find that funding to build the rest of Front Street out.”
City officials invite community members to give their opinion during their final Beach Front Park community meeting on February 2nd via zoom – for more information click here.