10 Reasons to Live in Redding, CA

Updated: July 25, 2023
The following summarizes a third-party article written about Shasta County, California. Full article linked below.

Redding, CA, is a hidden gem with numerous reasons to call it home:

The ease of access to things within a two-to-four-hour drive is literally the best that life has to offer. We’re a four-hour drive from the coast, a four-hour drive from the Bay Area, and not even a full hour away from being in the mountains.”

Julie Dyar, Redding Civic Auditorium

10 Reasons to live in Redding, California

  1. Prime location: Close to major cities like Sacramento and San Francisco without the high cost of living.
  2. Community connections: A plethora of volunteer organizations and events make it easy to get involved.
  3. Friendly residents: Warm and welcoming, always ready to lend a hand.
  4. Affordability: Much cheaper than other parts of California with a lower cost of living.
  5. Flourishing downtown: Growing with a mix of shops, restaurants, and apartments.
  6. Rapid growth: Major developments and infrastructure improvements are transforming the city.
  7. Thriving arts scene: Designated as a California Cultural District, with plenty of public art and performance venues.
  8. Abundant outdoor recreation: A paradise for outdoor enthusiasts with lakes, rivers, trails, and fly fishing.
  9. Rich history: Explore the past at the Shasta State Historic Park and Lake Shasta Caverns.
  10. Emphasis on health: A healthy lifestyle is promoted through various outdoor activities and healthcare facilities.

Read the full article at: https://livability.com/ca/redding/love-where-you-live/10-reasons-to-live-in-redding-ca/

About Shasta Economic Development Corporation
Shasta Economic Development Corporation is a 501(c)(3) public benefit corporation focused on growing, diversifying and maintaining a balanced economy, leading to more economic stability and sustainability for Shasta County.

Media Contacts:
Erik Janiszewski / Erik@ShastaEDC.org
Eric Woodstrom / Chair@ShastaEDC.org

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