The Coronavirus or “COVID-19” continues to generate concern locally, domestically and globally. The City of Anderson is committed to providing leadership and help throughout the evolving COVID-19 pandemic. We will continue to provide resources and support to our community in any way we can. We are collaborating with our local and state partners in our response efforts. This website provides the latest information on a range of topics regarding COVID-19.

Governor Gavin Newsom has issued a stay at home order to protect the health and well-being of all Californians and to establish consistency across the state in order to slow the spread of COVID-19. Learn more.


Essential and Non-essential Businesses:

In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the City of Anderson encourages all businesses to abide by the Governor's Stay Home order. At this time, only "Essential" businesses and organizations that provide critical infrastructure are exempted, including health care and public health, public safety, food and agriculture and media. A complete list of critical infrastructure is found here:…/EssentialCriticalInfrastructureWor…

If you believe a non-essential business is operating in Anderson, you can submit a tip to Shasta County Public Health Department at:

Additional information about the Stay Home order and what are considered essential businesses:

Effective today, City Hall is closed to the general public.
UTILITY PAYMENTS: Residents needing to make utility payments can do so by: Phone: 378-6626, Dropbox outside of City Hall or Online at
BUILDING/PLANNING DEPT: Available 8am-5pm by appointment. Call 378-6636FACILITY AND PARK RENTALS: While Anderson River Park is open for recreation, all facility rentals are suspended indefinitely.

RECREATION: All Spring classes are on hold.

Please know that although we are closed to the public, we are still here and available. If you have any questions regarding services, please call 378-6626.


Shasta County revealed today a new collaborative website on COVID-19 where you can find info and resources that address prevention, testing criteria, FAQs, local statistics and media briefings.

The State of California has created a central website with all the pertinent details and resources, including the Stay at Home order, unemployment filing and more.