Green DOT worked with multiple Siskiyou County departments, Caltrans and the Karuk Tribe to develop the Happy Camp Complete Streets Project Plan and associated grant application. Happy Camp is rural community located in Siskiyou County. Highway 96 is a State Highway that bisects the town and creates a dangerous barrier separating the elementary school from residential housing. The city activity center is located on Highway 96, and it is the main route from residential areas to the Karuk Tribal Headquarters which serves Tribal, senior and community purposes and meets many needs for the people of Happy Camp. Happy Camp has a large population that utilizes active transportation and who are in need of improved multimodal facilities. The project focuses on adding infrastructure from Old Hwy 96 to Second Avenue west of Indian Creek Bridge on State Route 96. Green DOT has been involved in efforts to improve Highway 96 in Happy Camp for several years and has assisted in the development of design alternatives and has conducted community outreach for the project. Green DOT assisted the Karuk Tribe, Siskiyou County and Caltrans with the development of a Cycle 4 Active Transportation Program (ATP) grant application using the preferred alternative selected through the outreach process aided by Green DOT.