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About Siskiyou County
The population of Siskiyou County was 44,154 in 2012, down slightly from 44,301 at the turn of the century. The population density is extremely low because the county is so large at 6,287 persons relatively. The majority of this population, at 61%, is employed by private businesses, while nearly a quarter is employed by the government and 16% is self-employed.
Little ethnic diversity exists in Siskiyou County, California: 79.5% of the population is white non-hispanic, which is a common approximate number in rural California areas; 10.3% is hispanic or latino; 4.1% is multiracial; 3.4% is American Indian and Alaska Native; 1.2% is black non-hispanic and 1.2% is comprised of asian individuals.
Rural Siskiyou Count has all the outdoor appeal you could want, whether you live there or are just visiting to bail someone out. At least once bail is posted there is much to see. For example, Mount Shasta for winter activities, the Cascade Mountain Range and Klamath National Forest, as well as the Shasta-Trinity National Forest for hiking and nature viewing.
Corrections in the county is handled by the Siskiyou County Jail, with a bed count of 120. There is also a juvenile facility in the county as well called the Charlie Byrd Youth Corrections Center. Because the county has a small population and density, the sheriff is also the coroner.