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Redding, CA

Redding, CA

Redding, CA

Have Plans for Moving to Redding, California?
Redding, CA, in Northern California, has been an important travel/trade stop since the 1800s. Native Americans occupied the area almost 1000 years before that. Today, it still remains an important stop on Interstate 5, which extends the length of the West Coast. This city at the northern extreme of the Sacramento Valley now has close to 90,000 inhabitants. Its nickname is “Jewel of Northern California.”

What to Expect if You are Moving to Redding, CA
Although it is somewhat isolated from the big cities of California, Redding, CA, has everything you need for everyday living. Mt. Shasta Mall is home to scores of specialty shops and apparel stores. A number of the largest retail department stores, grocery stores, electronics stores, pharmacies and fast food restaurants have locations in Redding.

There is range of tasty delights within the 61 square miles of Redding, CA: Asian, Italian, Mexican food; bakeries, burgers, seafood, along with coffee shops and bars galore. There are even a couple of wineries in the area.

Redding, CA, is at the junction of many state roads in addition to Interstate 5. Additionally, bus service is provided by the Redding Area Bus Authority. Amtrak provides rail service to various points along the West Coast. There is a small municipal airport.

Fun Activities in and Around Redding, CA
Turtle Bay Exploration Park along the banks of the Sacramento River features 20 acres of gardens with local flora and fauna; a museum with historic re-creations, science exhibitions and art viewing; and the giant Sundial Bridge, a technical marvel. The Cascade Theatre presents musical performances from famous artists of all genres, film events and plays.

Redding, CA, sits at the threshold of the natural wonders of Northern California. To the west is Trinity National Forest, the largest national forest in California with 460 miles of trails in its 2.1 million acres. To the north is the breathtaking Shasta Lake, the largest lake in California, with 30,000 acres of water to boat on, fish in and camp near. To the east is Lassen Volcanic National Park, with opportunities to ski and snowshoe, hike, camp and view the amazing geological formations and wildlife of the area.

What Kind of Weather Can You Expect if You're Moving to Redding, CA?
Summers are hot (highs in the 90s and above 100) and dry. Winters, which extend from October to April, are rainy and foggy, with occasional small accumulations of snow.

Other Things You May Want to Know about Moving to Redding, CA:
City Website
Chamber of Commerce
Things to do
Relocation Information

The service center for Redding, CA is located in Sacramento, CA.

Information about Redding, CA

Est. Population: 89861
County: Shasta
Latitude: 40.5833
Longitude: -122.3833
Zip Codes: 96001