1880 February 12, U.S. Post Office established at Buckeye, Shasta County, California. Located five miles north of Redding the name stems from the large number of miners from Ohio, the "Buckeye State." Sometimes referred to as Ohio City. George W. Burtt first postmaster.~
1880 February 12, George W. Burtt, U.S. Postmaster~
1881 December 22, James P. Beard, U.S. Postmaster; also 16 January 1882, and 12 August 1903.~
1902 19 December, William Mason, U.S. Postmaster.~
1907 October 23, William R. Marshall, U.S. Postmaster.~
1908 April 6, Annie Landes, U.S. Postmaster.
1908 April 7, San Francisco Chronicle, April 6 - Annie Landes was to-day appointed postmaster at Buckeye, Shasta county, vice W.R. Marshall resigned.~
1913 February 13, Lora Bales, U.S. Postmaster.~
1918 January 31, Buckeye U.S. Post Office closed and service moved to Keswick, Shasta County, California.~
1938 June 20, Mrs. Betty F. Shelby, U.S. Postmaster.~
1938 July 30, U.S. Post Office at Buckeye re-established with Mrs. Betty F. Shelby as the first postmaster.~
1942 August 30, Mrs. Norma J. Wagner, U.S. Postmaster.~
1943 April 5, Buckeye U.S. Post Office discontinued and service moved to Redding, Shasta County, California.
1963 April 16, established as contract rural stastion of Reddsing. This arrangement was discontinued on 31 December 1965.