Livability Score

75
/100
i The AreaVibes Livability Score evaluates 9 different categories and creates an overall score out of 100. The higher the score, the better the area.

amenities A+

There are lots of amenities close to this location.
Coffee (30) A+
Java Detour
Coffee Shop
Dutch Bros. Coffee
Coffee Shop
Trouvaille Nutrition
Coffee Shop
Stirring Coffeehouse
Coffee Shop
Starbucks
Coffee Shop
Kaleidoscope Coffee
Coffee Shop
Dutch Bros. Coffee
Coffee Shop
Dutch Bros. Coffee
Coffee Shop
Evergreen
Coffee Shop
T4
Coffee Shop
Roots Juice Bar
Coffee Shop
Starbucks
Coffee Shop
Barns & Nobles Cafe
Coffee Shop
Starbucks
Coffee Shop
Caffe Pagato
Coffee Shop
Deja Brew
Coffee Shop
Feast
Coffee Shop
Dutch Bros. Coffee
Coffee Shop
Theory Collaborative
Coffee Shop
Starbucks
Coffee Shop
Airpark Cafe
Coffee Shop
Dutch Bros. Coffee
Coffee Shop
Lim's Cafe
Coffee Shop
Old Shasta Coffee Company
Coffee Shop
Starbucks
Coffee Shop
Entertainment (24) F
Country Bowl
Bowling Alley
Turtle Bay Exploration Park
Zoo
Forest Amphitheater
Theatre Arts
Mill Building
Museum
Riverfront Playhouse
Theatre Arts
Cascade Theater
Theatre Arts
Art Gallery
Art Gallery
Turtle Bay Museum
Museum
Unknown Name
Aquarium
Cinemark Movies 14
Cinema
Shasta Historical Society
Museum
Redding Rodeo Grounds
Stadium
Sundial Bridge
Attraction
Bridge Amphitheater
Theatre Arts
Old City Hall Arts Center
Museum
Fantasy Fountain
Water Park
Eaton House
Museum
Behrens-Eaton Display Museum
Museum
McConnell Botanical Gardens
Attraction
Carter House Gallery & Gift Shop
Theatre Arts
Shasta Lanes
Bowling Alley
WaterWorks Park
Water Park
Food and Drink (96) A+
Liquor Barn
Alcohol
Subarama
Fast Food
Wendy's
Fast Food
Burrito Bandito
Fast Food
Taco Bell
Fast Food
Del Taco
Fast Food
McDonald's
Fast Food
Jack in the Box
Fast Food
Burger King
Fast Food
Carl's Jr.
Fast Food
Popeyes
Fast Food
Domino's
Fast Food
The Donut Corner
Fast Food
Tantardini's European Bakery & Deli
Deli
Subway
Fast Food
Alehouse Pub
Bar
Unknown Name
Fast Food
The Habit Burger Grill
Fast Food
Kelly's Pub & Wine Bar
Bar
Lucky Millers
Deli
Fall River Taphouse
Bar
San Francisco Deli
Fast Food
Donut House
Fast Food
Little Caesars
Fast Food
Rita's Italian Ice
Sweets
Fitness (24) A+
Elite'Barre' Fitness Studio
Gym
GCD Fitness
Gym
Balance Yoga
Gym
G-Force Gymnastics
Gym
Pilates & Co.
Gym
Galaxy Gymnastics Academy
Gym
Jazzercise
Gym
Curves
Gym
Fit Republic
Gym
Unknown Name
Gym
Planet Fitness
Gym
Shasta Athletic Club
Gym
The Living Water Studio
Gym
Unknown Name
Community Centre
TrueRide
Gym
Advanced Massage Solutions and Yoga
Gym
Align
Gym
Calflex
Gym
Redding Grange
Community Centre
Caldwell Recreation Center
Community Centre
Anytime Fitness
Gym
Unknown Name
Gym
Unknown Name
Gym
The Redwoods clube house
Community Centre
Groceries (25) A+
Country Organics
Grocery Store
Unknown Name
Grocery Store
Orchard Nutrition Center
Grocery Store
Safeway
Grocery Store
Grocery Outlet
Grocery Store
Nature's Sunshine Products Manager
Health Food
Sweetspot
Bakery
Safeway
Grocery Store
R&R Quality Meats and Seafood
Butcher
Redding Pinoy Foods
Grocery Store
Sprouts Farmers Market
Grocery Store
FoodMax
Grocery Store
Walmart Supercenter
Grocery Store
Trader Joe's
Grocery Store
WinCo Foods
Grocery Store
Great Harvest Bread Co.
Bakery
Unknown Name
Bakery
Save Mart
Grocery Store
Holiday Market
Grocery Store
Holiday Market
Grocery Store
Raley's
Grocery Store
Tops market
Grocery Store
SAV-MOR Market
Grocery Store
Parks (147) A+
Nur Pon Open Space
Park
Unknown Name
Playground
Unknown Name
Playground
Unknown Name
Playground
Unknown Name
Playground
Parkview Riverfront Park
Park
Graham Park
Park
Unknown Name
Park
Unknown Name
Park
Unknown Name
Playground
Kutras Park
Park
Unknown Name
Playground
Unknown Name
Playground
Unknown Name
Playground
Turtle Bay East
Park
Unknown Name
Playground
Unknown Name
Playground
Unknown Name
Playground
South City Park
Park
Unknown Name
Park
Unknown Name
Playground
Unknown Name
Park
Unknown Name
Playground
Unknown Name
Playground
Unknown Name
Park
Shops (194) A+
Oak Tree Furniture
Furniture
Shasta Antique Mall
Furniture
Shasta Boot Company
Shoes
Hollywood Nails
Beauty
Hot Mess
Beauty
Hair Attractions
Hairdresser
Daisy Nails
Beauty
Expressions
Beauty
Flipside
Beauty
Nail Lounge
Beauty
Skincare By Suzie
Beauty
Salon Nuvo
Hairdresser
East Side Hair Design
Hairdresser
Advanced Concepts
Electronics
Rent-A-Center
Furniture
Cycle Gear
Clothing
ampm
Convenience Store
The Red Door
Furniture
Site for Sore Eyes
Optician
76
Convenience Store
Speedway
Convenience Store
Chevron
Convenience Store
Circle K
Convenience Store
Burlington
Department Store
Big Lots
Department Store
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commute A+

Of all people who commute, 0.5% take public transportation in Redding.
Public Transit Stops (294)
Stops & Stations
A+
Bechelli Ln at Beagle Ln
Bus Stop
Bechelli Ln at Beagle Ln
Bus Stop
Bechelli Ln at Leila Ave
Bus Stop
Hartnell Ave at Shotwick Trail
Bus Stop
Cypress Ave at Beverly Dr
Bus Stop
Hartnell Ave at Shotwick Trail
Bus Stop
Hartnell Ave at Bechelli Ln
Bus Stop
Cypress Ave at Rosemary Ave
Bus Stop
Bechelli Ln at Hartnell Ave
Bus Stop
Hartnell Ave at Bechelli Ln
Bus Stop
Hartnell Ave at Parkview Ave
Bus Stop
Hartnell Ave at Parkview Ave
Bus Stop
Bechelli Ln at Cypress Ave
Bus Stop
Bechelli Ln at Knollcrest Dr
Bus Stop
Maraglia St e/o Hilltop Dr
Bus Stop
Bechelli Ln at Wilshire Dr
Bus Stop
Hilltop Dr at Commerce St
Bus Stop
Bechelli Ln at 3rd St
Bus Stop
Hartnell Ave at Northwoods Way
Bus Stop
Hilltop Dr at Commerce St
Bus Stop
Hartnell Ave at Northwoods Way
Bus Stop
Churn Creek Rd at Maraglia St
Bus Stop
Bechelli Ln at 3rd St
Bus Stop
Churn Creek Rd at Parsons Dr
Bus Stop
Park Marina Dr at Locust St
Bus Stop
Workers Taking Public Transit
0.5%
F
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cost of living F

The cost of living in Redding is 120/100 - which is 14% lower than California.
Cost of Living
Goods & Services, Housing, etc.
F
Tax Rates
Income & Sales Tax
F
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crime F

Redding crime rates are 4,282 per 100k, which is 51% higher than California
Property Crime
3,529 crimes per 100k
F
Violent Crime
753 crimes per 100k
F
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employment C

The median income in Redding is $56,098 - which is 12% lower than California.
Med. Household Income
$56,098
D
Unemployment Rate
3.4%
C+
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health A+

There are many hospitals, police and fire stations.
Health & Safety (61)
Dentist, Doctor, Hospital, etc.
A+
Authentic Dental Studio
Dentist
Shasta Spine Specialists
Clinic
Planned Parenthood
Clinic
Children's Dentistry and Orthodonics of Redding
Dentist
Unknown Name
Dentist
Rite Aid
Pharmacy
Shasta Kids Dentistry
Dentist
Redding Fire Station #5
Fire Station
Walgreens
Pharmacy
Unknown Name
Dentist
Churn Creek Healthcare
Doctor
Shasta County Sheriff
Police
CVS Pharmacy
Pharmacy
Safeway
Pharmacy
Shasta Orthodonics
Dentist
Redding Police Station
Police
Access Dental
Dentist
HOPE
Doctor
HOPE
Doctor
Shasta Community Health Center
Doctor
Western Dental
Dentist
Redding Fire Hall 3
Fire Station
Patrol Operations
Police
Redding Cancer Treatment Center
Doctor
Mercy Medical Center Redding
Hospital
Air Quality
Median Air Quality
B
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housing A-

Redding home prices are $274,800 - which is 33% lower than California
Home Price
$274,800
A+
Home Appreciation Rate
16%
A
Home Affordability
4.9x (home price to income ratio)
F
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schools B-

The Redding graduation rate is 88% - which is 10% higher than California
School Test Scores
39%
F
High School Grad. Rates
88%
B
Elementary Schools (54) A
Academy Of Personalized Learning
Parsons Junior High
Redding Collegiate Academy
Rother Elementary
Pace Academy Charter
Pace Academy
Redding Collegiate Academy
Phoenix Charter Academy
Phoenix Charter Academy
Juniper
Redding Adventist Academy
Cypress Elementary
Mistletoe Elementary
Liberty Christian School
Lassen View Elementary
Sequoia Middle
Redding Christian School
Shasta Meadows Elementary
Bonny View Elementary
Montessori Children'S House Of Shady Oaks
Alta Mesa Elementary
Country Christian School
St Joseph School
Mount Calvary Lutheran School
Redding Community Day
High Schools (29) A+
Academy Of Personalized Learning
Pace Academy Charter
Redding Collegiate Academy
Shasta Charter Academy
Phoenix Charter Academy
Phoenix Charter Academy
Enterprise High
Enterprise Plus
Liberty Christian School
Redding Christian School
Shasta County Juvenile Court
Shasta Charter Academy
Shasta-Trinity Rop
University Preparatory
University Preparatory
Stellar Charter
Shasta Plus
Shasta High
North State Independence High
Pioneer Continuation High
Freedom High
Redding School Of The Arts
Redding School Of The Arts
Shasta View Academy
California Heritage Youthbuild Academy Ii
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ratings F

Redding has an overall rating of 48% from 46 reviews.
User Reviews (10)
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User Surveys (36)
From AreaVibes
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Great for Families and Outdoor Activities 4.5 rating By Anonymous ( May 04, 2020) Redding is a great place to live and raise a family. Wonderful people and amazing outdoor activities. Definitely a smaller town feel than some larger urban areas but with that comes a unique charm. If you love the outdoors, this is a great place to be! Minutes away from world-cla ...Read More ss biking, hiking, boating and much more. Read Less
Redding is going downhill quickly 2 rating By Anonymous ( May 03, 2020) I’ve lived in Redding my whole life. It used to be quite charming. There are still some pros to the town. It’s still wonderful if you love nature but want to still live in a city. There’s tons of places to enjoy nature within 20 (Or less) minutes of town. Traffic is rarely ...Read More crazy, even on the busiest days it’s not nearly as bad as Sacramento traffic. Just about anywhere you need to be in town is a 15 minutes drive. However, the town has been over run with crackheads, and there are very few neighborhoods considered safe from that. And although real estate here is lower than most places in CA it’s still too high unless you have a well paying job. Read Less
Redding is wonderful! 5 rating By Anonymous ( Apr 27, 2020) Redding is an amazing place to live. There are countless recreation opportunities, cultural opportunities, and great places to eat! Walking through Downtown Redding and watching the development occur is so inspiring.

While things have changed in recent years, Redding feels safe
...Read More r than ever. Housing prices are still reasonable and the local government is working hard to make things better. Read Less
Might as well rename Redding to "Bethel" 1 rating By Anonymous ( Jul 25, 2019) I was born and raised in Redding, and at one time, it was a great place to live. This all changed in the mid 2000s.

Redding is over run with an extremely large population of criminal transients, drug addicts (mostly Heroin and meth), adherents of a delusional mega church cult (B
...Read More ethel church), other religious and alt right fanatics, and other radical fringe.

The only positive in this place is probably the scenery, tons of outdoor activities, and a somewhat better cost of living than the rest of California (but not much).

The jobs here consist of largely service oriented, retail and restaurant, medical, and government. Even the most pedestrian and mundane, low pay, no hours jobs are extremely hard to come by, for a couple of reasons:
A HUGE influx of recent arrivals to Redding because of the mega cult church (which is a huge con job by the way), and the fact that you really need to know the "right" people, and have many connections to even find a job at McDonald's.

The town is extremely backward, regressive and closed minded, and if you find yourself even slightly left leaning, you'll find yourself alienated as well as your safety possibly threatened.

As for the mega church. Their belief is that Redding has been given to them by God as a literal "heaven on earth", or kingdom, and the goal is to either gain new cult members or run off existing non members and shut down their businesses. In short...they want to control the entire city. One way that they're going about this, is starting real estate companies, and basically driving up the cost of living to unaffordable levels for existing residents. They own 90% of the downtown area, which is nothing but juice bars and coffee shops. They also practice a controversial "gay conversion therapy".

If you are planning on retiring or moving here, I would strongly advise against it. Read Less
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Redding is wonderful! 5 rating By Anonymous ( Apr 27, 2020) Redding is an amazing place to live. There are countless recreation opportunities, cultural opportunities, and great places to eat! Walking through Downtown Redding and watching the development occur is so inspiring.

While things have changed in recent years, Redding feels safe
...Read More r than ever. Housing prices are still reasonable and the local government is working hard to make things better. Read Less
Might as well rename Redding to "Bethel" 1 rating By Anonymous ( Jul 25, 2019) I was born and raised in Redding, and at one time, it was a great place to live. This all changed in the mid 2000s.

Redding is over run with an extremely large population of criminal transients, drug addicts (mostly Heroin and meth), adherents of a delusional mega church cult (B
...Read More ethel church), other religious and alt right fanatics, and other radical fringe.

The only positive in this place is probably the scenery, tons of outdoor activities, and a somewhat better cost of living than the rest of California (but not much).

The jobs here consist of largely service oriented, retail and restaurant, medical, and government. Even the most pedestrian and mundane, low pay, no hours jobs are extremely hard to come by, for a couple of reasons:
A HUGE influx of recent arrivals to Redding because of the mega cult church (which is a huge con job by the way), and the fact that you really need to know the "right" people, and have many connections to even find a job at McDonald's.

The town is extremely backward, regressive and closed minded, and if you find yourself even slightly left leaning, you'll find yourself alienated as well as your safety possibly threatened.

As for the mega church. Their belief is that Redding has been given to them by God as a literal "heaven on earth", or kingdom, and the goal is to either gain new cult members or run off existing non members and shut down their businesses. In short...they want to control the entire city. One way that they're going about this, is starting real estate companies, and basically driving up the cost of living to unaffordable levels for existing residents. They own 90% of the downtown area, which is nothing but juice bars and coffee shops. They also practice a controversial "gay conversion therapy".

If you are planning on retiring or moving here, I would strongly advise against it. Read Less
Worst mistake of my life 1 rating By Anonymous ( Mar 07, 2019) If you are researching Redding as a possible area to live do yourself a great kindness and cross it off the list. A friend that was enamored with the mega-church in Redding gushed to me how awesome Redding was when I was looking for an area to relocate to because I was tired of ...Read More the cold of the north. She didn't live there. Living in Redding is different than watching podcasts of a church. I took the bait made the impulsive move, buying a house far too soon before I really knew what a nightmare the place was. I then got stuck in the nightmare for years.

There are some pretty parks in Redding and I used to enjoy walking in them. But I was assaulted in one by 3 white teenage girls that decided that decided to launch an attack on me The randomness of the assault done for kicks apparently as they cackled when they walked away has stayed with me for years. I'd already regretted my move there as the climate was hideous and the town was very hard to find work but after that experience I investigated the crime rate and found out I'd landed in an extremely unsafe part of the US.

I had the worst work experiences of my life there. The people were friendly on the surface but because of the religious weirdness with the mega cult there was a lot of division in town. People tried to figure out if you were one of the fanatics or not. It seemed to make people less trusting of newcomers. I initially found Redding charming my first drive through but the human wreckage under that white washed city begins to stink after awhile. And like the cult the whole town is hiding some ugly truths about what a horrible place to live that Redding is. Read Less
Don't live here 0.5 rating By Anonymous ( Dec 22, 2018) 15 years ago Redding was a safe, friendly virtually crime free place to live. Not any more. Now, early release criminals, vagrants and drug addicts openly steal from stores, knowing that nothing will be done if they are observed doing so. Talk to Walmart, the Cypress CVS drug s ...Read More tore, Lowes or Pennys employees. They won't try to stop the thieves because it results in violence. Talk to the security guards at Walmart and Safeway. They will tell you they are just for show and not allowed to pursue any thieves in the store. They will tell you that the store could be sued by the thieves if they grab one of them. The stores don't want that kind of bad publicity. The police won't respond to shoplifting reports because they are "too low on their list of priorities." The criminals know all this, and are robbing the stores blind. Walmart is now locking up more and more of their merchandise behind glass cabinets, due to millions of dollars of annual theft. Even men's athletic socks are locked up. Cars in Shasta mall, Safeway stores and hotel parking lots are routinely broken into and robbed. Drugs are openly sold on the streets. Homeless camps filled with early release criminals and drug addicts infest public parks and along the Sacramento River walking path, as well as under bridges like the one across Churn Creek in front of Lowes. Schools are erecting tall fences in failing attempts to keep the vagrants off school properties at night. School custodians are continually finding syringes, condoms and feces left overnight on school properties. Home robberies are frequent. Small businesses are leaving due to vagrants standing around their entrance ways, scaring off customers. Jack In the Box on Bueneventura and 273 is infested with foul smelling vagrants. They lay on the grass in front of the restaurant watching you as you go in, or buy a coke and then nurse it in the restaurant for hours, just to stay in A/C comfort. They use the bathroom to shoot up drugs. Talk to the RPD. They will tell you that their hands are tied due to various pro-criminal propositions passed in CA, and due to lack of personnel and funding. They will tell you that drug houses selling meth and heroin are everywhere. There isn't enough prison beds to contain all these criminals, and if arrested, are released immediately. They then never show up for their trial, and nothing is done about that due to lack of funding. The criminals all know this. They come from all over CA because Redding lacks the resources to combat them. You will see vagrants and drug addicts sleeping in bus stops, on the grass at the Cypress Safeway store, in local parks, and begging on the streets at exits from stores. Before you decide to live here, ask the police about how their hands are tied and how badly they are underfunded. Ask them how bad the Meth and drug problems are. Ask employees at Walmart, CVS pharmacy and Lowes on Cypress. Do your research before deciding to live here. Read Less
Too much crime . . gone down the tubes. 1 rating By WildlifePhotog ( Aug 19, 2017) I moved to Redding in 1982. I loved it here. Redding has become a cesspool of drug addicts, homeless on the streets, mentally ill people who cannot get help, and transients on nearly every corner. The most amazing tourist attraction is the Sundial Bridge, but it's not safe to go ...Read More there alone. The trail system here is amazing, but it's not safe to walk it or bike it because of the transients. I want to leave here soon. I've had enough. We have a "catch and release" system here. They arrest, book, and let them go before the ink is dry on the reports. Not enough room in the jail. It's a GORGEOUS area, lots of beauty here, but ruined by the crime. Read Less
Don't Move Here 1 rating By sunnydays9088 ( Jan 22, 2015) I lived in Redding for 20 years too long and I watched it go from boring to seedy to just plain bad. Glad I got out when I did.

CONS
*Drug use, especially meth, is prevalent and wide spread. Lost a lot of friends to this problem.
*There are a lot of homeless people here; distur
...Read More bingly, many of these are mentally disabled people with no caretakers and no place to call home.
*Education system in Redding is terrible. "Higher education" is the local community college, unless of course you travel 3 hours south to Chico.
*As a previous poster mentioned, there are a lot of weird religious groups here; mostly consisting of protestant Christians. These groups have become larger in number over the past several years & are considered to be radical in their practice by many.
*No diversity. Redding is not the place to come to unless you ascribe to the religious beliefs mentioned above and are white as well. The city is an unfortunate mix of old, set-in-their-ways folks, drug users, and a few regular folks just struggling to get ahead.
*Not a lot of nightlife/shopping/unique restaurants here. They have a little mall, a lot of chain restaurants and that's about it.
*No jobs. Expect to find food service/retail to be about the only options here

PROS
*The area itself is plentiful in natural beauty and lots of opportunities for outdoor activities...hiking, camping, skiing, snowboarding, rock climbing, lake-going...lots of stuff to do outside.
*Those who like a change of seasons will find that the area gets more rain and snowfall than southern CA does.


Unfortunately, that is about it. You couldn't pay me enough to move back...the area is slipping fast. Read Less
Hot city....lizards need apply 2 rating By Loves2travel ( Jul 04, 2013) I have liven in Redding my WHOLE life and I can tell you this.....this city is HOT, but does boast all seasons. The lakes (Shasta & Whiskeytown) are nice. We have Mt.Shasta (approx 1 hour away) close to ski/snowboard. Lots of outdoor activities.
However....lots of meth, disabili
...Read More ty/social security....job prospects are limited. Shopping is meek at best, however there is a little Macy's at the mall.
Downtown area is cleaning up and getting a nightlife-esque feel.....not many things for people to do here, unless you join into an outdoor club of sorts.

It can be difficult to meet people in this town unless you are affiliated with a church it seems. Very clicky sub groups of people....lots of people come here to be "big fish in a little pond." Many new people to town describe this town as one that has champagne taste on a tap water budget....I suppose this is everywhere?

You need to have thick skin and sunscreen to love this town. Read Less
Redding, CA: Gateway to Northern Adventures! 3.5 rating By Anonymous ( Jul 27, 2010) One of my most memorable family vacations was to Redding, California. While it seemed like a strange final destination at first, Redding provided a great jumping off point for all kinds of adventures. We went whitewater rafting on the Sacramento River, checked out the caves at Mt ...Read More . Shasta (very cool!), and toured Mt. Lassen Volcanic National Park, which is home to boiling mud pots and geysers in California's answer to Yellowstone. The best part is that, because a lot of these places aren't as famous, there are a lot fewer visitors. It was much easier (and cheaper) to make reservations out of Redding.

Along with being a beautiful gateway city to northern California, Redding is a great place on its own. There are a number of wineries in the area which are well-worth a visit, and a couple restaurants are absolutely delicious. (Try the steaks at Jack's Grill for delicious local fare.) We stayed at the Holiday Inn, which was comfortable and affordable, and that seems to characterize most of the town. Redding is the place to go for outdoor adventure and a reasonably priced vacation. Read Less

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A+ Amenities

Are there many local amenities in Redding? Yes, there are lots of amenities close to this location.

Parks

Nur Pon Open Space
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Parkview Riverfront Park
Graham Park
Unknown Name

Entertainment

Country Bowl
Turtle Bay Exploration Park
Forest Amphitheater
Mill Building
Riverfront Playhouse
Cascade Theater
Art Gallery
Turtle Bay Museum

Food & Drink

Liquor Barn
Subarama
Wendy's
Burrito Bandito
Taco Bell
Del Taco
McDonald's
Jack in the Box

B+ Commute

Is public transit available in Redding? Of all people who commute, 0.5% take public transportation in Redding.
Drive to Work
81%

4% higher than the US average

Take Public Transit
1%

5% lower than the US average

Walk to Work
2%

1% lower than the US average

A Health & Safety

Is Redding a healthy and safe place to live? Yes, there are many hospitals, police and fire stations.

Hospitals

Patients' Hospital of Redding
Mercy Medical Center Redding
Shasta Regional Medical Center

Pharmacies

Owens Pharmacy
CVS Pharmacy
Rite Aid
Costco Pharmacy
Walgreens
Rite Aid
Walgreens
Safeway

Doctors

HOPE
HOPE
Vertical Chiropractic
Hill Country Health and Wellness
HOPE
Shasta Sleep Services
Eastgate Medical Building
Hilltop Medical Clinic West

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