Sundial Bridge - Redding, California - Photo: Max Whittaker, Special to The Chronicle

Redding, California Restoration

Update November 2018

Redding City Identity Project
Community Survey

Bring your voice to the Redding City Identity Project! Every successful city has a unique identity built upon the strengths and characteristics that define it. This 16 question survey is an invitation for you to provide your thoughts and ideas about Redding’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and challenges. The results will be used in the development of an Identity Improvement Strategy for the City of Redding. To take the survey, go to the link below. Facebook:@reddingcityidentityproject

https://reddingcityidentityproject.org/survey/
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Redding, California the hidden gem of California conservative values, Trump country, and the expansion of churches and ministries (Bethel, Little Country Church (LCC), Neighborhood Church, Faith Assembly, to name a few) bringing in international flavor and economic resurgence.

The demographics in Redding are totally fascinating compared to the rest of California, everything South of Sacramento, and except for Idaho, the population centers of the rest of the country.

Redding / Anderson
White – 85.8%
Black – 1.2%
Native American – 2.3%
Asian – 3.4%
Pacific Islander – 0.2%
2 or More Races – 4.6%
Hispanic/Latino – 8.7%

Shasta County
White – 86.7%
Black – 0.9%
Native American – 2.8%
Asian – 2.5%
Pacific Islander – 0.2%
2 or More Races – 4.4%
Hispanic – 8.4%

In fact, the drug, crime and homeless issues in FaceBook groups such as Redding Crime 2.0 and Take Back Redding / Shasta County – Stop Talking, Start Doing taking place in Redding are in themselves reflective of the vast divergence of demographic numbers. You can come to your own conclusions on what that means.

Current and ongoing news articles detailing the past, present and future of Shasta County provide a window into the restoration of Redding.

Looking for the essence of California? Go to Redding The Sundial Bridge in Redding, California. Featured Photo Credit: Max Whittaker, Special to The Chronicle

Downtown Redding Gets Expensive Facelift

Redding Chamber of Commerce

It’s Official: Redding competes at state level, brings $24 million to downtown projects

Shasta County History

Redding is a very nice place to live. The city is largely free of territorial ethnic gang warfare. The housing market is growing. Centrally located on the I-5 corridor, Redding is the gateway to Shasta-Cascade beauty, Oregon, Lassen Volcanic National Park and to the Eastern expanses of Nevada and beyond.