Comanche Creek Greenway Improvement Project – Phase II
The Comanche Creek Greenway Improvement Project Phase 2 constructed a Class 1 bikeway gap closure on an abandoned railroad grade, and connected the regional Chico-Durham bike path at the Midway to the recently completed Phase 1 pedestrian/bike bridge over Comanche Creek.
Phase 2 will achieved goals from the adopted Southwest Neighborhood Plan relating to enhanced public access to Comanche Creek and improved circulation for employees and residents. Benefits to the many area residents and employees include: providing safe, non-motorized urban trails that support recreational and commuter bike/pedestrian traffic; acquiring the final 8.02 acres of the planned 30.99 acre Comanche Creek Greenway; native tree planting; and a Class A path, wayfinding signage, kiosks, lighting and other recreational amenities.
Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration
Comanche Creek Improvement Project
Comanche Creek Greenway Improvement Project Phase 2 Vicinity Map
Comanche Creek Greenway Improvement Project Phase 2 Site Plan
Urban Greening Grant Award News Release
Natural Resources Agency Urban Greening Grant Award News Release