The Panamnik 3C Project is a comprehensive plan for creating an active, walkable town core for Orleans residents and visitors. Orleans’ town center is adjacent to CA Highway 96 and the Klamath River. Green DOT provided conceptual designs for circulation and improvements for all forms of mobility. The community was provided information about the project through social media (Go-Orleans website and a Facebook page Orleans Community Connectivity). In addition there was a weeklong Community Design Fair starting on Tuesday, September 12, 2017, introducing the conceptual designs and allowing the public to give their input about what they would like to see happen. The Panamnik 3C Plan provided the groundwork for Orleans to develop an Active Transportation Program (ATP) grant application, submitted in July 2018 for the ATP’s fourth Cycle.