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    Shasta County Detention Facility

    Shasta County Jail
    Address: 1655 West Street, Redding, CA 96001 Phone:(530) 245-6100

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The Shasta County jail is a high security local detention facility used for the detention of persons pending arraignment, during trial, and upon a sentence of commitment. This facility can hold up to 484 prisoners; 404 males and 80 females. The facility is attached to the Justice Center, the Municipal and Superior Courts of Shasta County and is located at 1655 West Street, Redding. The Main Jail facility continues to be an ever-changing, increasingly more efficient component of the Sheriff´s Office. The Custody Division personnel and administration, strive to work together to improve the efficient operation of the facility and to provide continual upgrades, enhancing the facility´s use to the community it serves.

Shasta County

When California became a state in 1850, Shasta County was established as one of the first counties in the state. The county was given the name Mount Shasta; it comes from the Shasta people's English name. Due to sickness, low birth rates, malnutrition, killings, and massacres when white settlers moved in, their population fell in the 1850s. Before the current spelling was adopted when the county was founded, the name of the tribe was written in a variety of ways. Mt. Shasta, which was formerly located inside the county, is now a part of Siskiyou County, to the north. Most of Shasta County can see its 14,179-foot (4,322 m) peak. In 1852, Siskiyou County received a portion of the county's land, and Tehama County in 1856 received a portion as well. 

In addition to providing patrol, investigative, and coroner services for the county as a whole, the sheriff also administers the county's jail system. Both Anderson and Redding have local police forces.

On the east, north, and west sides of the county are mountains. The Sacramento River emerges from the mountains to the north, travels through the county's heart, and then flows southward toward the Sacramento Valley. In the county in 2000, there were 163,256 people living there in 63,426 houses with 44,017 families.

Cities of Shasta

There are 27 Towns and Cities located in Shasta County, California, United States: Anderson Bella Vista Big Bend Burney Cassel Castella Cottonwood Fall River Mills French Gulch Hat Creek Igo Lakehead Mcarthur Millville Montgomery Creek Oak Run Obrien Old Station Palo Cedro Platina Redding Round Mountain Shasta Shasta Lake Shingletown Whiskeytown Whitmore

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 3,847 square miles, of which 3,775 square miles is land and 72 square miles (1.9%) is water.