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Sweet Chico Confections participated in Treat Street annually with other downtown businesses. Photo credit: Jessie Imhoff

Treat Street brings families downtown on Halloween

Jessie Imhoff // October 28, 2019

Downtown Chico is well known for being a hot spot of college parties on Halloween night. But before all the partiers come out in droves, Downtown Chico is home to an event called Treat Street in which...

From the League of California Cities website

Chico scoped by the big leagues with League of California Cities coming to visit the city

Amelia Storm // March 21, 2016

Representatives from the League of California Cities are expected to visit Chico this Friday. The representatives will partake in local sightseeing and beer tasting before commencing with their business...

Donation meters downtown will accept cash, coins and payment cards. Photo credit: Carly Plemons

New red meters downtown to help those in need

November 30, 2015
The Make Change Count meters will gather donations to help fund assistance programs for the homeless community.
William Reick, age 31, Program Coordinator of the Downtown Ambassadors is working to secure funds in order to reinstate the Jesus Center Cleanup Brigade starting February.Photo credit: Frances Mansour

Community rallies to keep cleanup crew

Jessie Haynes // January 23, 2014
The Cleanup Brigade may become an ongoing part of keeping downtown Chico beautiful and offering jobs to people who need employment.
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