Riverfront Commission

For information on the Heritage Crossing Riverfront Security Project, please click here and here.
For a brochure on purchasing a paver, please click here.
For a brochure on purchasing amenities, please click here.
For Information on Ordering an Amenity, please click here.
For application form to reserve an area of Heritage Crossing, please click here.
For application form to have a Riverfront Event on the Heritage Crossing, please click here.
For application form to have a Riverfront Event with Alcohol on the Heritage Crossing, please click here.
For a fee schedule for Heritage Crossing Events, please click here.
Dixon Riverfront Policy and Procedures Manual, please click here.
For application form to Volunteer to help on the Heritage Crossing, please click here.
For information on the Reagan Statue, please click here.
For information on the Bridge to the Future, please click here.
For Dixon Historic tour, please click here.

Chairman: Larry Reed
Vice Chairman: Paul Miller
Treasurer: 
Coral Tichler

Committee: Jim Burke, Wendell Snell, Coral Tichler, Nancy Fritts, David Ames, and Bill Weronko

paver_brochure-aerial.jpgHeritage Crossing is the name of an ambitious project to turn two blocks of riverfront parking into a “downtown” gathering place featuring trails, performance space, restrooms, and a life-sized statue of Dixon native, Ronald Reagan. Initial funding for the $4.5 million project was provided by a $2.5 million federal grant. To date, the community has raised an additional $1.36 million in funds needed to help complete the improvements.

The first phase of the City of Dixon's riverfront development, Heritage Crossing, has been completed.  The dedication of the Heritage Crossing Riverfront Plaza was held on Friday, August 14, 2009.

Meetings
The Dixon Riverfront Commission meets on the second Tuesday each month in the City Council Chambers at 6:00 PM.

Contact Us
Larry Reed, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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