Yaley Pavilion – Palo Cedro Park

 

Project

The goal of the project was to create a venue at the park for music events & wedding events and other activities that require a stage area where many people can view the activity. This was accomplished by working with local Rotarians and contractors to

  1. Work with Architect to design the structure and get permitting done at the County.
  2. Clear/Excavate the area of construction and grade the area where the structure would be built
  3. Work with Contractor and Rotarians to provide the materials and labor necessary to build the Pavilion.
    The work has now been completed on the Pavilion. See Photos above

Evaluation:
The Design work was completed by Karl Freeman Architect of Sacramento.  Rotarian Corky Harmon (Redding Sunrise Rotary) did all the excavation and provided material necessary (i.e. aggregate) for the foundation of the Pavilion.
Rotarian Chris Carter’s (Redding East Rotary) company Meeks Building Supply provided all the construction material for the project at a discounted rate. Tom Watson Construction did the construction and completed the work in November of 2018. See Photos Above

How were partners were involved in the grant.
As mentioned above, Corky Harmin of White Rock Construction, a member of Redding Sunrise Rotary did all the clearing of the land and excavation necessary for the footings of the structure. This was done as a donation. In Kind Donation $3,500.00
Also As mentioned above, Chris Carter of Redding East Rotary and Manager for Meeks Building Supply gave an approximate $5,000 discount on Building Materials for the Pavilion.
Karl Freeman, Architect design discounted design donation. Estimate – $3,000

The Palo Cedro Park was the beneficiary of this effort getting a new park structure for handling park events and weddings. Other beneficiaries include Redding East Rotary and Redding Sunrise Rotary who donated time and materials towards the effort using in-kind donations.

Palo Cedro Park and SunRise Rotary raised over $2,000 for the Pavillion by selling Pialla meals and drinks at the annual Palo Cedro Honey Bee Festival.

Palo Cedro Community Park acted as Construction Manager for the Project with labor provided by Park President Ron Marin, Redding East Rotarian Andy Main, and Park Director and Contractor Bill Jenkins. Karl Freeman provide county and design support for questions and minor changes to plans during construction.

The next stage of development includes completing the amphitheater and landscaping of lawn, shrubs, and trees surrounding the Pavilion.  Excavation has begun and is expected to be completed in the Winter of 2020-2021.