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Red Bluff 2013

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Red Bluff 2013 5 Red Bluff City Hall Mayor Wayne Brown 555 Washington St. Red Bluff 527-2605 The City Council meets at 7 p.m. the first and third Tuesdays of each month at City Hall, 555 Washington St. City Council Daniele Jackson, Rob Schmid, Clay Parker, Robert Sheppard Jr. Welcome to Red Bluff Welcome to Red Bluff, located just north of Grasshopper Creek and south of Blue Tent Creek on the Sacramento River, Red Bluff is the largest incorporated city in Tehama County, with a population of more than 14,000; Red Bluff continues to grow at a manageable pace. Within a few hours ride you can reach the Pacific coast, large cities, Lassen Volcanic National Park, Mount Shasta or Lake Shasta. While my wife and I are traveling around the country, we look for communities that welcome us and provide some pleasures and treasures, such as Red Bluff offer. We have our beautiful downtown shopping area that reflects the personality of each shop owner and where a person can find items not available just anywhere. The annual Red Bluff Bull and Gelding Sale in January start off the year, and something is constantly happening after that event. The most popular events of the year include the world famous Red Bluff Round-Up with the Round-Up Parade, Western Dance, Fiddle Jammers, Monster Trucks, Antique Fair, Chili Cook-Off and then the world famous annual Canoe Races. The Christmas Parade on Main Street is always a great hit. Almost every week something is happening at the Tehama County Fairgrounds, Red Bluff community Center, State Theatre or in the downtown area. Enjoy our beautiful River Park Building Official J.D. Ellison 527-2605, extension 3068 City Manager Richard Crabtree 527-2605, extension 3061 Deputy City Clerk Cheryl Smith 527-2605, extension 3057 Fire Chief Jon Bennett 527-1126 Community and Senior Center 527-8177 Planning Director Scot Timboe 527-2605, extension 3059 Police Chief Paul Nanfito 527-3131 where a person can barbecue, play a game of horseshoes, or just relax. At the north end of the park is the McGlynn Pool. Dog Island Park has become a favorite for those interested in Disk Golf and the Civil War reenactments. Diamond Park, Trainor, Frey Field, and Forward Park offer softball and baseball players great opportunities to play, or just watch. 2011 was very special because of our own Red Bluff Little League All-stars taking us to the West Regional finals in San Bernardino. These 11 and 12 year olds beat out GROWNEY MOTORS 1160 Main Street, Red Bluff Serving Northern California Since 1922 every other all-star team from the Western United States except the Little League World Series Champions from Southern California. We are constantly working to make our walking/bike trails more useful and a safe route for people to get around town. Our municipal airport is one of the finest in the north area and we will continue to upgrade this facility. On behalf of the entire City Council and the great city staff, I as mayor, welcome you to the city that does have something for everyone. Public Works Director and Parks and Recreation Bruce Henz 527-2605, extension 3055 FAMILY OWNED OVER 45 YEARS ��� COMPOSITION ��� METAL ��� SHAKES ��� TILE ��� TORCH DOWN ROOFING HINKLE ROOFING INSURANCE WORK STORM DAMAGE EMERGENCY SERVICE ROOFING INSPECTIONS Licensed & Insured Contractor & CONSTRUCTION, INC ALL TYPES OF ROOFING - NEW & RE-ROOFING We aim to please 530-527-1034 NEW & USED SALES ��� PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ��� QUALITY PARTS RESIDENTIAL ��� COMMERCIAL ��� MOBILE HOMES ��� INTERIOR REPAIRS ��� GUTTERS GAF (530) 385-1153 TODD EKLUND, CORPORATE OFFICER ROBERT HINKLE, CONSULTANT CA LIC# 778199 - B & C 39 FREE ESTIMATES 9490 SAN BENITO AVE. ��� GERBER, CA 96035

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