Shasta County Post Offices

2141 Ferry St
Anderson, California 96007

22515 Old Alturas Rd
Bella Vista, California 96008

30487 Hot Springs Rd
Big Bend, California 96011

20655 Commerce Way
Burney, California 96013

21594 Cassel Rd
Cassel, California 96016

20115 Castle Creek Rd
Castella, California 96017

1647 Yuba St
Redding, California 96001

43294 State Highway 299 E
Fall River Mills, California 96028

14200 Main St
French Gulch, California 96033

18630 State Highway 89
Hat Creek, California 96040

6484 Placer Rd
Igo, California 96047

20856 Antlers Rd
Lakehead, California 96051

24127 Old 44 Dr
Millville, California 96062

30346 State Highway 299 E
Montgomery Creek, California 96065

27600 Oak Run to Fern Rd
Oak Run, California 96069

12529 State Highway 44/89
Old Station, California 96071

9434 Deschutes Rd
Palo Cedro, California 96073

4554 State Highway 36 W
Platina, California 96076

1985 Cascade Blvd
Shasta Lake, California 96019

2323 Churn Creek Rd
Redding, California 96002

29620 State Highway 299 E
Round Mountain, California 96084

15430 State Highway 299 W
Shasta, California 96087

4425 Front St
Shasta Lake, California 96019

31268 State Highway 44 Ste B
Shingletown, California 96088

13701 Hill Blvd
Shasta Lake, California 96089

30544 Whitmore Rd
Whitmore, California 96096

Shasta County

There are 26 US Post Offices in Shasta County serving a total of 133,989 residents equating to 5,153 residents per post office. It's estimated that approximately 213,861 packages are handled across the 26 county post offices annually. Shasta County, officially the County of Shasta, is a county located in the northern portion of the U.S. state of California. As of the 2010 census, the population was 177,223. The county seat is Redding. Shasta County comprises the Redding, California Metropolitan Statistical Area. The county occupies the northern reaches of the Sacramento Valley, with portions extending into the southern reaches of the Cascade Range. Points of interest in Shasta County include Shasta Lake, Lassen Peak, and the Sundial Bridge."