Why South Redding?

Why South Redding?

We hear a lot of people say they love the vision of Shiloh Park. They love the homes and really want a better connected neighborhood, but some longstanding locals have a hard time adopting the location. In this article our goal is to provide some perspective on why we think South Redding is a perfect place for families of all sizes to thrive and enjoy the North State lifestyle.

VIDEO: Ground Breaking at Shiloh Park

First things first, we broke ground at Shiloh Park! Now we're full stream ahead preparing the property for 21 single-family homes and common areas for neighbors to enjoy.

The first two weeks of infrastructure improvements involved clearing and grubbing all the excess vegetation like poison oak, blackberry overgrowth, and weeds. We also bring the dirt to sub-grade which is really close to final grade but not quite. Once the earthwork is complete and lots are graded we're ready to dig for sewer.

Stay tuned for more updates over the next few weeks via Facebook and Instagram. We're only a few months away from building homes on this beautiful property. 

PODCAST: Joshua & Rebekah Johnson on 21st Century Neighboring

PODCAST: Joshua & Rebekah Johnson on 21st Century Neighboring

Co-hosts of The Showing Up Podcast, Kirk Wayman and Jeremy Byrne, interviewed Joshua and Rebekah Johnson about the idea of showing up in community. They discussed the Shiloh Park Neighborhood development in Redding, California and the idea of neighboring well in all relational spaces, proximal or non-proximal.  

Listen to the Showing Up In Community episode (click here).

Blurring the lines between community and family

Blurring the lines between community and family

Family has a way of being messy and uncomfortably vulnerable. For some, the word family can come with a ton of baggage, pain, and really bad parties. Community is safer. Friends, I can control, but family…not a chance! I get it. Here’s the deal though, communities (the good ones) provide opportunities for deeper friendships to happen, and friendship, when risked, can transform into family-likeness.