Families at Sabal Palm Community School will soon have a new place to break a sweat behind their school with a new educational bike path. The initiative was brought together by several partners that make up the Knight Creative Communities Institute.
The Tallahassee bike trails truly are some of the most beautiful and diverse in the state. A cyclist can ride from Cascades Park and down the St. Marks Trail for a riverside lunch, explore red clay roads of Georgia, or shred trails at Tom Brown Park.
Traffic control boxes hardly catch your eye at a stoplight. That will soon change in Tallahassee. The City of Tallahassee and Knight Creative Communities Institute is piloting an art of the box project.
The latest project of the Knight Creative Communities Institute seeks to give several of the Capital City's graffiti-scarred traffic control boxes an aesthetic makeover. Its objective is to bring beauty to some of Tallahassee's busiest intersections.
The Knight Creative Communities Institute is bringing new public art to Tallahassee, transforming traffic boxes. KCCI is putting out a call to local artists to submit their work to be featured around the City.
Bicycles are in high demand in Tallahassee as more people are socially distancing and looking to stay healthy. KCCI's 2020 Bicycle Community Catalyst team created a traveling bike rack to raise awareness of Leon County's trails and cycling features.
The 2020 KCCI Community Catalyst team’s placemaking project for 2020 is creating a local Bicycle Park. To create a park that the community would like and use, the team has created the Bicycle Park Survey.
Congratulations to these six high-achieving women to watch for being selected to the 2020 KCCI Community Catalyst class: Theresa Bender, Tarsha Davis, Suzannah Grasel, Molly Lord, Jessica Sorenson, and Callie Watson. Read on page 65.