Palo Cedro is a designated city with a population of nearly 1300 residents in the last census taken in 2010. It is eight miles from Redding, and surrounded by the communities of Bella Vista, Millville, Oak Run, and Shingletown. The winters are mild and there are plenty of opportunities for outdoor fun and recreation. A revitalized area encompasses Palo Cedro.
Palo Cedro Restaurants include Ortega’s, Cedar Tree, California Brewing Company, and quaint eateries along with fast food restaurants. Palo Cedro is conveniently located just 10 miles from Redding where additional fine food eateries abound. Palo Cedro attractions include Turtle Bay Expo Park and Museum, and the Farmers Market. Redding attractions include Whiskeytown Lake, Sacramento River Trail, and Lema Ranch to name several.
Nearby elementary schools include North Cow Creek, Junction Elementary, Junction Intermediate School, Chrysalis Charter School, Football High School, and Bishop Quinn High School. Football High School ranks as one of the best public schools in northern California. Quite often, small populated areas can provide a tailored education for kids that helps prepare them to successfully compete in the future. There is a robust population of high school grads in the city that pursue higher education.
Palo Cedro homes have a median value of $344,000. Homes foreclose at a rate of 7.8 per 10,000. This slightly surpasses the rates for both Redding and the national average. However, the mortgage delinquency rate for Palo Cedro is 0.0 percent. People pay their mortgage on time. Sites like Zillow.com offer can additional, up-to-date, information on homes and other real estate properties for sale.
Anyone looking to live in Palo Cedro will find it to be quite family-centric. The median age of residents is 44.5 years. This represents a mature population that places focus on education and meaningful living. In today's fast-paced world, many families covet this style of living.