Davis Amtrak Community Workshop
Have ideas for improving the Davis Amtrak Station? Let the City know at a community workshop on Thursday, February 20.
The City is hosting an upcoming community workshop where the project team will present feedback from previous community outreach efforts, and seek input from community members about recommended improvements to the station area.
The community workshop is taking place at the Dresbach-Hunt-Boyer Mansion at 604 2nd Street in downtown Davis on Thursday, February 20, from 5:00 – 6:30 pm.
The workshop is part of a study already underway to identify improvements and opportunities at the Davis Amtrak Station to increase access and ridership by making the station a multi-modal transportation hub with more active and accessible public spaces.
View and download the full flyer for the workshop.
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When each of us acts with compassion for the people and places of our community, we fuel our common courage to address this crisis. Thank you for your past compassion for our organization and your courageous donation to Cool Davis today. #givingtuesday
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There is a difference between "carbon neutral" and "fossil free" and these students have hit on it. They report emissions have not dropped significantly despite so many efforts.
I call on all UC Davis affiliates (students, staff, faculty, alums, etc) - please sign ✍🏼& share🐦 this petition for the bold action we need to fight the #ClimateCrisis. Let's #decarbonize.
Press release: https://davisite.org/2021/11/activists-launch-fossil-free-uc-davis-campaign.html