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For business relocation, business expansion, and economic development in Northern California, Shasta County is the ideal location. Our strategic location on Interstate 5 provides you with immediate access to the Western United States and California’s vast marketplace, plus the Redding Municipal Airport provides daily direct flights to San Francisco.
With many shovel-ready sites and available buildings, a 90-day no-hassle permit process, compelling tax credits and economic incentives, inexpensive electricity and water, a ready, skilled labor force with subsidized training programs, and a pro-business political climate, Shasta County, California is ready to help your business relocate, expand and succeed.
Shasta County is the place for those seeking an advantageous, strategic business location while improving the quality of life for their families and employees.
If you are considering opening, relocating or expanding your business in the Western United States, consider beautiful Shasta County.Site Selectors START HERE
|Shasta Venture HUB officially opened its doors in September after a four-month build-out. The EDC partnered with 10 investors who spent about $130,000 on the business incubator they believe will create more jobs in the community.|
|Ted Pella Inc. flipped the switch on its new plant, turning on one of the larger solar-power systems in Redding. The company has 65 employees and sells to 60 countries, both directly and through a network of nearly 40 distributors. International sales constitute about one-third of its business.
|Op-Test tech firm is in a growth mode. Owner has purchased 106,210-square-foot building in north Redding.|