Living In Burney
“Beautiful and friendly” best describes the town of Burney. Located just 50 miles northeast of Redding on Highway 299 east. Burney is nestled at the base of Burney Mountain, which is at the northern tip of the Sierra Mountain Range.
The area surrounding Burney offers a host of activities: fishing, hunting, water skiing, swimming, kayaking, rafting, camping, hiking, site seeing, hang gliding, golfing, picnicking, winter sports, and Indian gaming.
Burney is your gateway to the Intermountain Area serving the communities of Burney, Johnson Park, Cassel, Hat Creek, Old Station, Montgomery Creek, Round Mountain and Big Bend. Burney is a full service community.
Living in Burney is all about simple pleasures, the skies are blue, the air is clean and our clear waterways are spring-fed. For more information on Burney visit Burney City Data. For a current list of job openings or housing rentals, click here.