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There are no left turns permitted onto any odd numbered avenue from The Esplanade, in either direction, with the exception of West 11th Avenue. In the numbered streets and avenues and most other streets that intersect The Esplanade, Main, and Park, the west addresses are all numbers whose last two digits are 00 through 49 and the east addresses are all numbers whose last two digits are 50 through There are few exceptions.
On most Chico streets odd addresses are on the south side of the street. Standing at the bridge over the Big Chico Creek—where Main Street changes to The Esplanade—and facing north, the odd addresses are on the left. Bidwell Mansion is The Esplanade. This convention holds for all the numbered avenues. However, while facing south the odd addresses are still on the left i. This convention holds throughout the numbered streets.
When the city was being built, these streets were on the outskirts of town and did not require bridge building. Modern residents of Chico use these streets frequently, and the name changes can cause confusion. Downtown Chico — This is the main commercial district in Chico. The Downtown Chico Business Association represents the interests of the downtown to the community. Main Street and Broadway are the two main thoroughfares bisecting the downtown.
Ringel Park is the triangular-shaped area immediately north of downtown. This is the place where Humboldt Road began; it is now called Humboldt Avenue until it reaches the Highway 99 freeway, then regains the Humboldt Road name on the eastern side as it continues into the foothills.
Historically, this area was the first residential area established in the city. Currently, it is the most densely populated area of the city. The South Campus Neighborhood Association represents the interests of the neighborhood to the community. South Campus is a dynamic residential neighborhood consisting overwhelmingly of young renters under thirty-five, and specifically Chico State students.
The intersection of Fifth and Ivy streets is a neighborhood commercial core sometimes referred to locally as "Five and I. Barber — The Barber neighborhood is a working class residential neighborhood generally south of Little Chico Creek and west of Park avenue. The Barber Neighborhood Association represents the interests of the neighborhood to the community.
This neighborhood was originally built to house the employees of the adjacent Diamond Match Factory. Today, the Diamond Match property is designated for a future development called Barber Yard. Chapmantown — This is a working-class residential neighborhood entirely surrounded by area inside the city of Chico, but which itself is not a part of the city. Rather, it is under the jurisdiction of the County of Butte.
The neighborhood south of East Twentieth Street to the east of Fair street is also referred to as Chapmantown. Historically, Chapmantown referred to everything east of Mulberry street, but that is no longer the case.
Due to not being within city limits, there are no sidewalks, sewers, or any other city services. However, there are also none of the regulations associated with the municipality either prohibition on chicken coops, burn permits, etc. The neighborhood is home to The Dorothy F. The neighborhood is named after Augustus Chapman.
This area includes the numbered avenues that intersect The Esplanade. This residential neighborhood is adjacent to the northern boundary of Chico State campus and is south of Lindo Channel. The neighborhood also is home to Enloe Medical Center. The Avenues are known for their beautiful older homes, mature trees and walkability. Mansion Park is the high end residential neighborhood adjacent to the Bidwell Mansion, and immediately between the northeast corner of the Chico State campus and Chico High School.
This neighborhood is notable for its being a preferred parking zone for residents with permits only, located in an area of the city with very impacted parking. This neighborhood is home to the Albert E. Originally, home to mostly university professors and staff, other professionals and upper-middle-class families now also call it home. Cheerful, colorful homes, welcoming porches, mixed home sizes, and narrow streets that encourage pedestrian rather than vehicular traffic characterize this charming neighborhood.
Nob Hill is the developing residential neighborhood west of Bruce Road and north of Highway California Park is the developing residential neighborhood east of Bruce Road and north of Highway This area contains a smaller area known as Canyon Oaks,. Aspen Glen is the residential neighborhood east of the Esplanade and north of East Shasta avenue. Many streets there are named after things associated with Colorado.
Cussick Area Neighborhood is an assortment of different housing types on the northwest end of town. It is flanked by orchards, the Esplanade, and West East Avenue. Big Chico Creek Estates is a middle class development in the southwest area of town, Backed by Big Chico Creek, and very close to Chico's newest elementary school.
Little Chico Creek Estates generally referred to as "Chico Creek Estates", is a middle-class development that is bordered to the north by Little Chico Creek, to the west by Bruce Road, to the South by a seasonal flood control channel and Doe Mill neighborhood and bordered to the east by Stilson Canyon. Prior to its development in the late s and early s, Little Chico Creek Estates was an olive orchard. As a result, the streets in the neighborhood are named after olive varieties.
Connors Neighborhood is made up of Connors Ave and White Ave, along with a couple of courts and circles. This neighborhood was incorporated into Chico in ; the state plans to add sewers in Q1 of The above-mentioned "neighborhoods" do not include large sections of Chico. There are numerous other areas that each have unique characteristics and attractions.
While some of these areas were not so long ago outside of city limits, they have always been a part of the Chico community. Most of these areas are well established with a high percentage of residents who have lived there for more than 20 years. In the older areas of the outlying neighborhoods, it is not uncommon to find households that have been there for fifty or even more years.
Chico is one of the top metropolitan areas in the nation for number of clear days. Tule fog is sometimes present during the autumn and winter months. The United States Census  reported that Chico had a population of 86, The population density was 2, The racial makeup of Chico was 69, Hispanic or Latino of any race were 13, persons The Census reported that 83, people There were 34, households, out of which 9, There were 2, 8.
The average household size was 2. There were 17, families The population was spread out with 16, people The median age was For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over there were There were 37, housing units at an average density of 1, The homeowner vacancy rate was 2.
As of the census  of , there were 59, people, 23, households, and 11, families residing in the city. There were 24, housing units at an average density of The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were There were 23, households out of which In the city, the population was spread out with The median age was 26 years. Much of the local economy is driven by the presence of Chico State.
Chico has always been a regional retail shopping destination. Chico's largest retail district is focused around the Chico Mall on East 20th Street. In the two decades since the Chico Mall was constructed, many national retailers have located nearby, including Target , Kohl's , Forever 21 , Best Buy , and Walmart.
In January , plans were unveiled to remodel the Chico Mall by demolishing the westernmost portion of the mall previously home to Troutman's and constructing an open air "lifestyle" shopping center that will connect the mall with the Kohl's shopping center nearby. This has since been amended as Dick's Sporting Goods has renovated both the interior and exterior the space formerly occupied by Troutmans, and officially opened on July 10, Chico is also home to the North Valley Plaza Mall, which was the city's first enclosed shopping center.
Construction on this mall began in and it was the County's largest shopping center until the Chico Mall was completed in For a few years the "old" mall and the "new" mall competed against one another. The "old" mall slowly declined with increasing vacancies. After several failed attempts at revitalization, the North Valley Plaza Mall was overhauled in , with the center of the mall demolished. Several large retailers, such as Trader Joe's , and Tinseltown Theater, are operating at the mall plus a number of restaurants.
Mervyn's anchored the mall at the west end, filling the spot vacated by JCPenney, but declared bankruptcy in and liquidated its entire stock by the end of December of that year. The entire Mervyn's chain ceased operations just before the end of the year. A portion of the space is now being utilized by Goodwill. Other spaces in the North Valley Plaza include a dollar store, 99 cent only store, a U. Navy recruiting center and a number of smaller boutiques. Chico's downtown is a thriving area for unique, independent retail shops and restaurants.
Farmers markets attract crowds on Saturday mornings and Thursday evenings. City Plaza hosts free concerts regularly during the summer. Performance venues large and small, bars, coffee shops, bookstores and city offices contribute to a lively and flavorful experience.
The City of Chico is a charter city and has a council—manager government. Chico's city council consists of seven nonpartisan councilmembers each elected at-large in November of even-numbered years. Their terms begin on the first Tuesday in December and end on the first Tuesday in December four years thereafter.
The mayor is chosen by and from among the council members and serves for two years. City council meetings are on the first and third Tuesday of each month.
The Chico Unified School District includes all of the greater Chico area including areas not within the city limits. In , city voters approved a bond to build a third comprehensive high school that was to be called Canyon View High School.
However, after a protracted search for an acceptable site, the school district opted not to build the new high school, a decision based largely on declining enrollment figures.
The money from the bond is now planned to be used for improvements at Chico and Pleasant Valley high school. It currently features the only circus exhibit of its kind in the Western United States. The museum has two main galleries, which host a variety of temporary and traveling exhibits.
In addition, the museum has two smaller, permanent galleries displaying the diverse history of Chico. The museum is free and donations are graciously accepted.
The Chico Air Museum is an aviation museum, which opened in Several aircraft and exhibits are displayed in and adjacent to an old hangar, one of the few remaining from World War II. The National Yo-Yo Museum is the country's largest collection of yo-yo artifacts, which also includes a 4-foot 1.
Classes are available as well for those new to yo-yo and those who just want to get better. An art museum, the Chico Art Center, is also located in the city. Two other historical buildings are also museums. Bidwell Mansion is a Victorian house completed in , and the former home of John and Annie Bidwell. Stansbury House, former home of physician Oscar Stansbury, is a museum of 19th-century life, completed in Smith Museum of Anthropology on the Chico State campus presents temporary exhibits researched, designed and installed primarily by students.
The grand opening was held on January 28, In the works for more than 10 years, the Gateway Science Museum is the leading center for science education and Northern California's local history, natural resources, seacoast, Sacramento Valley, and surrounding foothills and mountains.
The California State University, Chico Theatre Department also offers a variety of entertainment throughout the school year. Sierra Nevada Brewing Company , the second-largest craft brewer in the country, is based in Chico.
Chico has the tallest building north of Sacramento in California: Whitney Hall, a nine-story dormitory on the Chico State college campus. The building has more square footage than any other building in California north of Sacramento. This way you can take care of your sexual health, and still have plenty of time to visit the National Yo-Yo Museum located in town. On certain days the center has Spanish speaking and Hmong speaking H. Condoms available for free. Sliding scale is available for those who do not qualify.
If you are uninsured, you may qualify for a state-funded program or a lower fee scale. Fees for services are based on your household income. Two sexually transmitted diseases that are rising at an alarming rate are Gonorrhea and Syphilis. The symptoms associated with these diseases are often mistaken for the common cold, which means the STDs are not diagnosed until others have already been exposed.
Chlamydia rates are also rising, especially among women ages 20 to In infections reported annually surpassed state averages, and has continued to increase. Gonorrhea is also up in women and men, and the same is also true for Syphilis which doubled in the 12 month period between and The statistics also show that it is not just teens and young adults that are at risk for contracting a sexually transmitted disease, but older residents are testing positive more often as well.
Syphilis and HIV diagnoses are up in men, and the same is true regarding Gonorrhea. In response to the rising STD rates in the city and across the state lawmakers recently passed a bill that mandates that all public school systems follow the same curriculum when it comes to their sex education programs.
In the past all public schools were required to teach HIV prevention, but not all districts were providing additional information on STDs and other important topics. Some sex education classes did not provide students with information on how to protect themselves from STDs, and the subject of regular testing was rarely discussed.
Under the new law, which went into effect at the start of the school year, all of these topics are now included in the sex education programs, along with information on gender identity, relationship abuse, sexual assault, and even sex trafficking. These classes will begin in the 7 th grade and continue through high school.
This will help ensure that all of the information presented to students is appropriate for their age. These changes also include informing students about the importance of regular Herpes testing in Chico, and how the simple procedure could stop the virus from continuing to spread through area high schools.
Even though students were already receiving information on regular HIV testing in Chico before the new law was passed, it is now being emphasized more than ever. The high STD rates in the city are being blamed on a number of factors. While positive steps have been taken across the state, the fact remains that the infectious disease rates are still rising in the community.
One reason is the lack of STI clinics in the area, recent budget cuts have forced many to close or operate on limited hours.
This has resulted in long lines that no one wants to spend the day standing in. Budget cuts to health care are also being blamed for STD rates, especially among adults.
Now that Medicaid no longer covers the simple and necessary procedure many residents are finding it difficult to afford the cost of regular testing. Older residents are staying healthy and sexually active longer and this is contributing to the high STD rates, especially since the majority of senior citizens have never received any sex education.
The growing popularity of dating apps is making it easier for teens and adults to meet other people, and often it is only to engage in consensual sex. On your way to the National Yo-Yo Museum, consider how easy it is to get tested. You already know how important it is, and there are STI clinics nearby. Results are often given within a day or two, and your privacy is safe.
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