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Hoby’s Market – Like most of the iconic buildings around the town of Scotia, Hoby’s market is built on a solid foundation of sturdy Redwood. The beautifully crafted redwood structure offers an open floor plan, which makes for an inviting shopping experience. This picturesque small-town market offers everything you might possibly need. It offers a mouth-watering deli, various warm foods, a meat market and a full produce area. It even has a small dry cleaners and laundry service in it.

Scotia True Value Hardware – At Scotia True Value Hardware exemplary customer service is the foundation of its success. In an age of retail chains and big boxes, it understands that customers still value quality products, exceptional service and expert advice. True Value is a company with a proud heritage of supporting the growth and success of independent retailers — it’s the reason why the cooperative was founded. True Value associates are equipped to provide the store with the resources and support it requires to make the company’s vision a reality: To help every True Value be the best hardware store in town. Facebook

PALCO Pharmacy – Come in for friendly service at the Community Pharmacy located in the Scotia Shopping Center. Most insurance plans are accepted so don’t fret. The Pharmacy is open Monday – Friday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Saturday 10:00 AM to 2:00 P.M. and is closed on Sundays. Website

US Bank – It is located at 113 Main St Suite B, Scotia CA 95565 and is open Tuesday & Thursday from 10 A.M. – 3 P.M. offering a full range of banking needs from checking, savings and loans.

Renner Petroleum Fueling Station – Larry Renner founded Renner Petroleum in Humboldt County in 1961. Larry had a basic strong belief that customers’ needs should be consistently met and exceeded. As a result of his strong customer service, the company grew and expanded. California’s Redwood Coast Renner Petroleum has a long history of serving the north coast and anticipating the needs of its customers. Renner Petroleum and its employees also have a long-standing tradition of commitment to the community and plan on continuing that tradition. Website

Fire Department – The Scotia Volunteer Fire Department was established to protect The Pacific Lumber Company mills, the town of Scotia and its residents. This volunteer force was established soon after a disastrous fire destroyed the Scotia sawmill and a great deal of the town in early 1895 pointing out that fire protection was badly needed. On September 21, 1908, a meeting was held in the Scotia Hall for the purpose of organizing a volunteer fire department. Facebook

Elementary School – The Scotia Union School District consists of the only school in the Town of Scotia. Stanwood A. Murphy maintains the highest standards of excellence in learning and teaching in a safe, respectful, supportive school environment by providing state adopted, technologically-rich, research based materials. The school strives to meet all learning styles to ensure all students will succeed. Along with a great core curriculum, Stanwood A. Murphy Elementary School offers girls volleyball and boys basketball to keep your kids happy and active. (K-8) Website

Scotia Bluffs Community Health Center – Scotia Bluffs Community Health Center makes up one of 24 health centers in Humboldt County, California. It is part of the Southern Trinity Health Services Health Centers network, and it operates year-round. It is located on the main road running through Scotia and offers services which include: physical exams, seasonal flu vaccines, rehabilitation services, immunization, mental health counseling and much much more. Facebook

Church – The only operating Church in Scotia, California is St. Patrick Church. This Catholic Church offers reconciliation, baptism, and marriage services while holding mass every Sunday and Tuesday at 8:30 A.M.

Fishery Exhibit – The Scotia Fishery Exhibit is the largest freshwater aquarium on the North Coast. Stocked with salmon and steelhead trout at different stages of development, it’s a fun learning experience for kids and adults alike. The open-air designed roofed structure makes this a fun trip any time of the year. The Fisheries Exhibit hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. for self-guided tours. Call Humboldt Redwood Company to arrange for group tours (707) 764-4492.

 

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