Downtown Details April 2020
April 2020What's going on in Downtown Redding? DASH (Downtown Area Shuttle)
By Viva Downtown and the Enjoy Staff
Meet DASH, the Downtown Area Shuttle, a fast, free, reliable service that will be coming to Downtown Redding. This partnership between The McConnell Foundation, City of Redding, Redding Police Department (RPD) and Redding Electric Utility (REU), with support from other Downtown organizations, will create easier flow through Downtown during ongoing construction. DASH services will transport those who live, work and play in Downtown Redding from outlying parking lots to the heart and center of the Downtown region.
“The DASH shuttle should be a great new addition to Downtown,” says John Truitt, Viva Downtown Director. “It’s good to see the city responding in new and positive ways to help people navigate the changes happening in Downtown Redding.”
The shuttles will run on two distinct loops, each circling their routes every eight to ten minutes to pick up passengers at the designated shuttle stops. The shuttle is tentatively scheduled to run during peak hours Monday through Friday: 6:45am – 8:45am, 10:30am – 1:30am and 3:30pm – 5:30pm. This allows stress-free transportation for those wanting to enjoy the shops, restaurants and attractions in Downtown Redding. Visit
www.cityofredding.org/dash for routes and more information.
Downtown Business Spotlight
Post Office Saloon & Grill
This longtime local favorite has been serving up delicious food and spirits since the mid-1970s, making it one of the oldest bars and restaurants in Downtown Redding. The Post Office Saloon & Grill is known for fun, friendly service, and the casual atmosphere makes it a great place to hang out and unwind after a long day of work. Stop in on Friday and Saturday nights for a taste of live music, or head over any weekday for a delicious lunch. The Post Office Saloon & Grill offers a wide variety of mouth-watering comfort food, and is famous for its P.O. Burgers and Bloody Marys. Enjoy the featured daily specials and an all-you-can-eat Saturday Brunch with bottomless mimosas.
1636 Market Street • (530) 246-2190 • www.postofficesaloon.com
Pictured above: Post Office Saloon & Grill owners Cameron Tiraterra, Josh Mangahis, and Heather Thompson
Downtown Business Spotlight
Family owned and operated, Cascade Paint has been selling paint and paint supplies for more than 50 years. Being a locally owned store adds an additional level of care and support to this community-oriented business. The Cascade Paint staff holds knowledge and experience that has been handed down through three generations. They provide service to both homeowners and painting professionals and are proud to offer the same level of friendly service to all. With a team happy to advise customers on things such as what type of paint to buy, the best tools and techniques to use, and how much paint a particular project will need, customers can expect quality service and supplies. Stop by Cascade Paint for your next paint project.
1220 California Street • (530) 241-5444 • www.cascadepaint.com
Pictured above: Cascade Paint owners Steve Crandall, Casey Crandall, and manager Matt Bellomo