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The Redding Convention and Visitors Bureau facilitates the Shasta County Film Commission Office and Film Shasta. We are members of FLICS and AFCI while working closely with the California Film Commission Office in Hollywood. 

You may Contact Us any time with questions. 

A Film Shasta Filming Activity Document is necessary to begin the filming process within Shasta County, including City of Redding. Please fill out this form and submit to Once this document is submitted, you can utilize the information below to obtain regulations in specific locations.

City of Redding

Redding Permit Application

Redding is located 160 miles north of Sacramento, an outdoor recreation mecca for all Californians. Redding is the center for health, government, and commerce for the northern California area, it has a Mediterranean climate and has features similar to the Pacific Northwest. Reliable sunny filming days are available at 90%, the second sunniest city in America. Gorgeous scenery with the Sacramento River winding through the heart of the city and with three mountain ranges surrounding the city. Numerous bridges, quaint little mining towns, as well as lakes, rivers and creeks are all scattered throughout. Population: 90,000.

Shasta Trinity National Forest (Including Shasta Lake and Mt. Shasta)

Filming on the Forest Document

McArthur Burney Falls State Park

Filming at Burney Falls

City of Anderson

Anderson is located 10 miles south of Redding and 150 miles north of Sacramento on Interstate 5. Small town, rural look with a 450 acre park situated on the banks of the Sacramento River. Shasta District Fairgrounds and Shasta Speedway 45 acres, in Anderson and features a mill house, windmill, and old time general storefronts and a barn. Also, 1/3 mile asphalt racetrack with grandstand seating of 1500 and satellite horse racing facilities. Population 8,865.

Shasta Lake City

Special Event Application Shasta Lake City


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