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There are several unincorporated communities adjacent to, or just outside Weed proper.These include Edgewood, Carrick, and Lake Shastina.
Three hundred-eleven households (27.5 percent) were made up of individuals and 125 (11.1 percent) had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. There were 716 families (63.3 percent of all households); the average family size was 3.02. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 100 males.
Weed is about 10 miles (16 km) west-northwest of Mount Shasta, a prominent northern California landmark, and the second-tallest volcano in the Cascade Range. The town of Weed gets its name from the founder of the local lumber mill and pioneer Abner Weed, who discovered that the area's strong winds were helpful in drying lumber.
In 1897, Abner Weed bought the Siskiyou Lumber and Mercantile Mill and 280 acres (1.1 km By the 1940s Weed boasted the world's largest sawmill.
It is located off Interstate 5, 49 miles (79 km) south of the California–Oregon border. Route 97 runs to the northeast and Klamath Falls, Oregon. Only two blocks long, it is the second shortest state highway in California.
The next large town to the north on I-5 is Yreka; to the south is the City of Mount Shasta. According to the United States Census Bureau,), of which 0.10% of is covered by water. Interstate 5 is the primary north-south transportation corridor for the west coast of the United States running from the Mexico–US border to the Canada–US border. The closest airports for commercial air travel are Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport and Redding Municipal Airport.
The racial makeup of Weed was 2,221 (74.9 percent) white, 206 (6.9 percent) African-American, 70 (2.4 percent) Native American, 121 (4.1 percent) Asian, 27 (0.9 percent) Pacific Islander, 132 (4.4 percent) from other races, and 190 (6.4 percent) from two or more races.
Hispanic or Latino of any race were 475 persons (16.0 percent).The College of the Siskiyous, located in Weed, provides a steady source of employment for faculty and staff, a source of visitors for the local economy, and offers a two-year junior college education with various associate degree and vocational certificate programs.Visitors use Weed as a base to engage in trout fishing in the nearby Klamath, Visitors also engage in nearby skiing (both alpine and cross-country) and biking, or hike to the waterfalls, streams and lakes in the area, including nearby Mossbrae Falls, Lake Siskiyou, Castle Lake and Shasta Lake.The population was spread out with 735 people (24.8 percent) under the age of 18, 460 people (15.5 percent) aged 18 to 24, 660 people (22.2 percent) aged 25 to 44, 698 people (23.5 percent) aged 45 to 64, and 414 people (14 percent) who were 65 years of age or older. There were 1,273 housing units at an average density of 265.5 per square mile (102.5/km²), of which 543 (48 percent) were owner-occupied, and 588 (52 percent) were occupied by renters.The homeowner vacancy rate was 3.3%; the rental vacancy rate was 8.8 percent.The closest cities to Weed, with a population greater than 50,000, are: Redding, California (69 miles south); and Medford, Oregon (91 miles north). The Weed Airport serves general aviation, and as a base of operations for search and rescue operations on Mount Shasta.