Contact Information

To reach the Jail please call:
(530) 245-6100

If you need to speak to a Deputy please call:
(530) 245-6540

For any CCW, Fingerprint, or Crime report questions please call:
(530) 245-6025

For Public Records Act requests please email: PRASheriff

For all other questions please call:
(530) 245-6025

Email: Sheriff
Fax: (530) 245-6054
300 Park Marina Circle
Redding, CA 96001

Sheriff's Office

 Sheriff Tom BosenkoSheriff Tom Bosenko is pleased to welcome you to the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office web site and to present you with an overview of the services we provide.

The men and women of the Sheriff’s Office exist to serve and protect the people and communities in Shasta County. We urge you to become better acquainted with the services we provide and welcome your comments. If we can be of any assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Mission Statement

The members of the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office are committed to improving the quality of life, in partnership with the community we serve, through fair and ethical law enforcement services.




A warming center is open at the Redding Public Library today until 6:00 p.m. will be available on Saturday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm., and Sunday 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.


The American Red Cross and Good News Rescue are providing shelter for those in need.  The American Red Cross will open a shelter at the Shasta District Fairgrounds, 1890 Briggs St., Anderson, Ca., starting at 5pm.  The shelter will be set up in the old Satellite Wager Building. 


The Good News Rescue Mission is located at 3100 S. Market St., Redding.




Residents who live in low lying areas and near creeks should be aware the creeks and tributaries will flow at higher levels due to snow melt and rainfall.  Your residential areas could be impacted by small stream flooding.  Remain vigilant about creek levels rising and be prepared to evacuate if ordered to do so by law enforcement.  Residents do not need to wait to be ordered to evacuate; if you feel the need to evacuate due to rising creek levels, please do so immediately!   


The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning through Saturday.  If you travel you may experience delays, be aware of damaged trees and downed power lines, chain controls are likely, and you may experience significant reductions in visibility.




Bella Vista: Bella Vista Fire Station Co #33 SCFD

2202 Hwy 299E, Bella Vista

Contact: 225-2411

Pile location: West side of fire station next to the propane tank     Bags: Inside fire station


Burney: Burney Fire District


Contact: 245-6070

Pile location: Northwest of the substation     Bags: Located by rear door of the substation


City of Redding Corp Yard Building #3: Old Airport Rd @ Abernathy

City of Anderson-Barney Street @ Marx


Cottonwood-Cottonwood Fire District #23

3271 Brush Street, Cottonwood

Contact: 225-2411

Pile location: Behind fire station on North/East side of Pine Street, access is back way into fire station, pile between fire engine bag buildings that face south.     Bags: Inside fire station


French Gulch-French Gulch Fire Station Co.#59

14363 Cline Gulch Rd, French Gulch

Contact: 225-2411

Pile location: East side of driveway not blocking any engines or bays.     Bags: Inside fire station


Mountain Gate Fire Station Co. #41

14508 Wonderland Blvd

Contact: 225-2411

Pile location: Behind the fire station.      Bags: Inside fire station


Palo Cedro-Palo Cedro Fire Station Co.#32

9418 Deschutes Rd, Palo Cedro

Contact: 225-2411

Pile location: edge of driveway at far west end of the parking lot by the garage.     Bags: Inside fire station


Shingletown: Shingletown Volunteer Fire Station #20

32249 Hwy 44, Shingletown

Contact: 225-2411

Pile location: parking lot     Bags: Inside fire station


West Redding: Cal Fire Shasta Trinity Unit-Station 58

16064 Homestake Rd, Redding

Contact: 225-2411

Pile location: East end of facility past all the buildings     Bags: Next to the sand



Be aware of carbon monoxide hazards
When you build a fire indoors, be aware of carbon monoxide poisoning. Burning wood or fossil fuels (such as gasoline, coal, propane, oil or methane) creates carbon monoxide, an invisible, odorless, colorless and toxic gas. Heating and cooking equipment can also create carbon monoxide, and vehicles running in a garage can produce dangerous levels. Mild carbon monoxide poisoning can feel like the flu (nausea, headache and drowsiness), but more serious poisoning or prolonged exposure can lead to difficulty breathing and to death. High concentrations of carbon monoxide can be dangerous even if a person is exposed to it for a short time. Accidental deaths occur every year in the United States because of carbon monoxide poisoning.


Protect yourself:

—  Never use a gas range or oven to heat a home.

—  Never use a charcoal grill, lantern or portable camping stove inside a house, garage, tent or camper.

—  Don't run a vehicle or other fueled engine (including a generator) inside a closed garage or basement or outside an open window, door or vent where exhaust can vent into an enclosed area.

—  Keep vents and flues free of debris, especially if winds are high. Flying debris can block ventilation lines. Have your chimney checked annually.

—  If you suspect carbon monoxide poisoning, consult a health care professional right away.


How you can help others:

—  Check on your neighbors or relatives who may be vulnerable.

—  Be aware of the warning signs of hypothermia in adults and children: shivering, exhaustion, confusion, fumbling hands, memory loss, slurred speech or drowsiness. Infant symptoms include bright red, cold skin and/or very low energy. If you notice any of these signs get medical attention immediately.

Food safety due to power outages:

Food can spoil in less than 2 hours without refrigeration.


Discard the following:

  • Food requiring refrigeration
  • All frozen foods – foods that have thawed and may have refroze after power was restored are unsafe
  • Any food that has been exposed to heat, smoke, fire retardant and foam or other chemicals
  • Food with unusual odor, color, or texture
  • Cans or food containers that are bulging, open, or dented
  • Food not in waterproof containers or cans
  • Food canned at home
  • Food in cardboard containers (including juice, milk, and baby formula)
  • Food in containers with screw caps, snap lids, crimped caps, twist caps, flip tops, and snap-tops



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