RCDCC Projects : Active
RCDCC is conducting a Community Resilience Planning effort in Guadalupe California. To keep up to date, and follow our progress, you can click on the links below to the dedicated webpage and Facebook. Both will be updated in real time.
- Resilience-Guadalupe Planning Website
- Resilience-Guadalupe Facebook Page
- Leroy Park and Community Center Rehabilitation project, funded through the State CDBG program, is on the north-west corner of the City of Guadalupe. The park and comm unity center has been deteriorating for a number of years and the community center is now closed due to mold. The project includes not only a major rehabilitation of the community center and park but also include new park features (outdoor auditorium, skate park, BBQ/picnic areas, and a new tote lot) and an expanded community center to include a community library, additional space for computer classrooms, and an industrial kitchen. With a micro-grid added, the community will be able to second as a emergency center in disaster events. The project is updated via a dedicated Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/LeRoyParkandCommunityCenter
RCDCC Projects : Completed
Rural Resilience Planning, Weed California
While this project was completed prior to the incorporation of RCDCC, it was led by Tom Brandeberry, President & CEO of RCDCC, as a test project for the future state-wide non-profit. The link below will take you to the resilience planning page for Weed, California; it includes the process, pictures, videos, and the final resilience plan.