It’s October and Davis city streets fill with leaves, children, and bikes.
Autumn is a time of change. As the trees and the local wildlife enter their dormant period, the city streets seem to waken. October arrives and over the span of a weekend the population of Davis explodes, as roughly 30,000 students move in. Parents with their young adult children explore and discover the city. Businesses bustle. Bike racks fill.
At the same time, families with young children adjust to their schedule changes. Kids are back in school. Drop-off and pick-up routines resume. Little ones race to keep up with the big kids. And new friends are made.