State Grant Will Fund New Park, Emergency Shelter In North Redding

The City or Redding will build a new park and emergency shelter in North Redding after being awarded $9.25 Million from the California Department of Food and Agriculture. Panorama Park and Resiliency Center is planed for an area at 905 Lake Boulevard in North Redding. Redding was one of five communities selected for a Community Resiliency Center Grant. In total, $38 Million was distributed statewide for infrastructure support for evacuations, shelters, and base camps during emergencies. The park will provide dedicated recreation and classroom spaces for the community. Additionally, Panorama Park will include trails, landscaping, playground space, sports field, and a dog park. It will serve as a recreation hub for the northwest quadrant of the city. Planning for Panorama Park is well underway, with construction expected to begin sometime in 2025. Once Panorama Park is complete, City of Redding residents will enjoy a 10+ acre park full of amenities and a 22,000+ square-foot community resiliency center complete with a public gymnasium, basketball courts, classroom spaces, restrooms, and a kitchen.