Greenville landscaping project ribbon cutting to coincide with Oct. 21, Fall Festival

Caltrans and local partners have worked tirelessly to restore infrastructure in the rural community of Greenville after the devastation of the Dixie Fire in 2021, and they are excited to announce the completion of the Greenville Landscaping Project. Newly installed irrigation and landscaping along Highway 89 has brought life back into downtown Greenville. This project has been made possible thanks to funding from the Clean California Program.

They invite the public to join them in celebrating this achievement at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21, at the intersection of Pine Street and Highway 89.

This is an exciting milestone for the community of Greenville and organizers hope to see you there to share in the celebration. After the ceremony, guests are invited to enjoy the Greenville Oktoberfest, where there will be games for families, great food, seed exchange and more.

The Clean California initiative is part of the governor’s $1.1 billion initiative to expand state and local litter abatement efforts and provide thousands of job opportunities. It consists of four key action components: engagement and community investment, education, litter pick-up expansion, and infrastructure enhancements.

Visit the program website to learn more about how Clean California is transforming communities.