Three new artistic traffic control boxes located in Downtown Tallahassee were revealed. Congratulations to Mary Maurer, Sarah Painter, and Dan Taylor for their creative artwork being selected to transform these downtown spaces.Read More
KCCI 2021 Community Catalyst class begins. The Catalysts participated in an art walk of the newly unveiled downtown Art of the Boxes that they helped select, went on an urban safari and more. Read More
KCCI is gathering community input about what a future vibrant Market Street area may look like through an online survey. The survey will be used to prepare a visioning report to address both aesthetic and functional improvements.Read More
What was once a partially-used basketball court next to Sabal Palm Elementary School now is a freshly-painted bicycle park, complete with road signage and turning lanes for students to learn the rules of the road in a safe, enclosed environment.
KCCI and partners will host the capital city’s 2nd Annual Placemaking Week, which is a week of free events dedicated to community engagement, placemaking, beautification of spaces and community conversations.Read More
The KCCI 2020 Community Catalyst Team is proud to announce Lowe’s, Capital City Bank, the Tallahassee Mountain Bike Association, and First Baptist Church of Tallahassee as sponsors of the educational bike safety project at Sabal Palm Elementary.Read More
Retaining college graduates is key to a city’s growth and sense of place. As a popular college town with three accredited universities, Tallahassee faces a unique challenge to attract graduates to live in the capital city after graduation. Read More