I live in this horrible town. Moved here from WA state five years ago to retire. In the last 2 years the entire side of my house was defaced with graffiti, my car has been broken into twice, human excrement along with toilet paper has been thrown over my back fence, and little pieces of wood with nails in them have been strewn all along my driveway on two occasions. This town is full of m**h addicts, drug dealers, bikers running drugs on I5 corridor, thieves, animal abusers, molesters, hundreds of homeless - most dragging around pathetic pit bulls. It really is the dregs of society; and a few really nice people who are trying to make it better but are hopelessly outnumbered. Oh, and most everyone is a Republican with several guns - and I do not mean handguns. Don't even think about coming here unless you have one too and are willing to use it.
Ramos donuts actually has nice people working and great donuts. That's it. Litter is everywhere, people still throw it out car windows and their cigarette butts too. Probably 80% of the people who live here still smoke. Nowhere to go except a few restaurants; no one is on the streets after dark, no one except the bicycle people who spend the night and most days stealing and then selling their goods.
I live in Red Bluff, Ca nothing happens in Red Bluff. This town is so dead and lifeless that you can hear the crickets chirping at night.
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|Less than $10,000||8.5%||506.4%||633.5%|
|$10,000 to $14,999||11.8%||442.4%||460.0%|
|$15,000 to $24,999||20.7%||799.0%||931.0%|
|$25,000 to $34,999||14.8%||789.2%||928.5%|
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|$50,000 to $74,999||15.9%||1593.0%||1746.4%|
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|$100,000 to $149,999||4.1%||1621.4%||1464.4%|
|$150,000 to $199,999||0.1%||834.9%||627.5%|
|$200,000 or more||1.9%||1096.0%||697.9%|
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|High School / GED||32.0%||21.0%||27.0%|
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