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Tue, May 21


SACOG Sacramento or Zoom

May Lunch Program

Sacramento Region Trail Network and the Arcade Cripple Creek Trail

May Lunch Program
May Lunch Program

Time & Location

May 21, 2024, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

SACOG Sacramento or Zoom, 1415 L St suite 300, Sacramento, CA 95814, USA

About the event

Join   us for our May Lunch Program on the Sacramento Region Trail Network  and the Arcade Cripple Creek Trail. Along with winning the 2023 WTS Sacramento Innovative Transportation Solutions Award earlier this year, this project, Ready! Set! Trails!, defines more than 1,000-mile network of trails that connect Sacramento, Yuba, Sutter, Yolo, Placer, and El   Dorado counties and the many natural resources within our region. The plan   divides trail segments into three categories: “ready” (in planning), “get-set” (in development), and “go” (construction-ready). The project was led from initial concept to final release by a woman, Sacramento Area Council of   Government's (SACOG's) Victoria Cacciatore. Victoria developed the scope, managed the project, wrote the plan, and spearheaded its adoption.

The SACOG Board of Directors approved the prioritization and implementation strategy of the Sacramento Regional Trail Network Action Plan on August 18, 2022. The Sacramento Regional Trail Network will spark a new wave of walking, biking, and rolling to daily destinations throughout the region. Imagine a network of trails that makes it easy for families to ride to their favorite park, provides a safe route for children to get to school, and offers a simple way for residents to explore new corners of their neighborhoods and cities. Summer Lopez will illustrate how the network envisions   reliable routes to the best places around the region for all ages, and abilities.

An example of one of these routes is the Arcade Cripple Creek Trail. The City is constructing a 2.9-mile-long multi-use trail between Sunrise Boulevard and Wachtel Way that will largely follow an existing Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) electric corridor easement. The trail is located in the City and unincorporated Orangevale, and connects several neighborhoods to eight parks, several schools, and the Sunrise Marketplace. Leslie Blomquistwill describe the key features of this project. In addition to a paved multi-use trail, this project also includes new signals, pathway lighting, drainage improvements, and landscaping.

Register by May 16th to attend. 

DATE: Tuesday, May 21, 2024.

TIME: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

In-person attendees may arrive at 11:30am for networking and lunch. The program will begin promptly at 12:00pm.


SACOG Board Room, 3rd Floor

1415 L Street, Suite 300

Sacramento, CA 95814.


Virtually via Zoom.


WTS Sacramento is proud to offer complimentary lunch programs for our Chapter's active members. If you are not a member, scroll down and learn how to become one today!

Pricing options are as follows.

Virtual Pricing

Members: Free

Students: Free

Non-Members (Public & Private): $10

In-Person Pricing

Members: Free

Students: $10

Non-Members (Public & Private): $25


· All in-person WTS Member no-shows will be charged the full in-person non-member price unless a cancellation notice is provided 48 hours in advance.

· A WTS Member may not have a non-member take their place.

· A refund will not be offered if you registered to attend in-person and decide to attend virtually instead.

· If a virtual registrant shows up in-person, they will be charged any appropriate difference in cost and no lunch is guaranteed.

· We will be unable to accommodate walk-ins. Please register in advance to attend.

Questions? Please contact our Hospitality Chair Candice Mitchell

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