Redding, Connecticut Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

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Redding was founded in the fall of 1887 and serves as the county seat of Shasta County. The city is situated along the Sacramento River and Interstate 5, and is home to a diverse population of just over nine thousand people. The city is also the fourth largest in the Shasta Cascade region. The city is home to the largest sundial, the Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay. It is also a vibrant, economically successful city in Northern California.

Redding City had a diverse population, with a median age of 38.5 years. Twenty-five percent of the population was under the age of 18; nine-four percent was between 25 and 44 years old; and fifteen percent was 65 years and older. The population was evenly distributed by race and income, with a ratio of 93.8 to one male to every 100 females. The city is home to around six hundred pilots and twenty-five other airmen, making the city a great place to live for any aspiring pilot.

The city of Redding is set to vote on a revised anti-homeless camping ordinance. This decision came about following a landmark case in the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco, which ruled that anti-homeless camping laws violate the 8th Amendment. The case has implications for many big-sized cities with similar laws. It also raises the question of what the city's homeless ordinance is and how it should be enacted.