Rendering of the future ‘Bridge District.’ The neighborhood is seen as becoming a dense, urban, people-friendly space that celebrates the river -- and has the “River Walk Trail” at left along the Sacramento River. Shown are Raley Field, Tower Bridge, and the I St. Bridge.
NEWS-LEDGER – OCT 26, 2011
Visitors stroll on the fresh pavement of the River Walk trail. Nearly a mile of the trail opened officially on Wednesday. (News-Ledger/ERIC HARDING photo)
The City of West Sacramento has opened a new recreational walkway, the River Walk Trail, along the picturesque riverfront south of the Tower Bridge, parallel to the Sacramento River. The paved trail, nearly one mile in length, creates a “front door” to the City’s new Bridge District development now under construction. (info courtesy of ART SCHROEDER, City of West Sacramento)
Ribbon cutting for the new River Walk Trail. Pictured, left to right, Central Valley Flood Protection Board Executive Officer Jay Punia, Councilman Chris Ledesma, Mayor Christopher Cabaldon, California Natural Resources Agency Deputy Assistant Director Bryan Cash, Councilmember Mark Johannessen (News-Ledger/Eric Harding)
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Interesting. I always see people fishing these two ponds. Anyone have any idea what they are fishing for? It’s near my house and I’ve always thought about walking over and throwing my line in but I don’t know what’s in there. […]