Welcome to the City of Mt. Shasta
Thursday, June 20th, 2013
The mission of the City of Mt Shasta is to maintain the character and resources of our 'small town' community while striking an appropriate balance between economic development and preservation of our quality of life.
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Public Service Announcement
Community Notification Enrollment
- NEW! Request for Proposal, Information Technology Service & Support Provider
- NEW! City Manager Recruitment Brochure now available!
- NEW! Effective January 1, 2013, Senate Bill 1186 — Disability Access Education Fee — will add a state fee of $1.00 for a local business license, or renewal thereof. These fees will fund disability access and compliance with construction-related accessibility requirements, and will develop education resources to facilitate compliance with federal and state disability laws. The Division of the State Architect, Department of General Services is administering this program statewide. Read more (PDF file)
Keep Your Home California is a $2 billion, federally funded effort to help California families struggling to pay their mortgages through four different programs. Each of the programs are designed specifically for low or moderate income homeowners who are either unemployed or are facing another financial hardship, have fallen behind on their mortgages and owe significantly more than the value of their homes. To find out more go to www.KeepYourHomeCalifornia.org.
- City Firefighter
- Anyone interested in volunteering to help the Beautification Committee with projects or workdays may contact Committee Member Paul Boerger @ (530) 926-0304.
- The Alternative Transportation Advisory Committee (ATAC) currently has two (2) vacancies. Interested parties, please contact Sandy Studer at 926-7516, , or stop by Mt. Shasta City Hall. View flyer.
- The Parking & Business Improvement Area Advisory Committee (PBIAAC) currently has three (3) vacancies. Interested parties, please contact Sandy Studer at 926-7516, , or stop by Mt. Shasta City Hall. View flyer.
Mark Your Calendar
- City Council meetings are held at the Mt. Shasta Community Building, 629 Alder Street, on the second and fourth Mondays of each month, 6:30 pm.
- Planning Commission meetings are held at the Mt. Shasta Community Building, 629 Alder Street, on the third Tuesday of each month, 7:00 pm.
City Council and Planning Commission meetings can be viewed with high speed internet service on MCTV15, at regularly scheduled meeting times via live streaming on your computer. City Council meetings are also re-broadcast on MCTV on Saturday and Sunday mornings at 9:30am and can be seen via live streaming on the internet. Audio-only recordings are also available: listen to the most recent Council Meeting.
Living Smart in Bear Country
With the coming of spring, so too comes the migration of black bears. Each spring the bears migrate back through our community to their summer grounds. The incidence of bears frequenting Mt. Shasta City neighborhoods is increasing. The following document provides information on the type of bear in our area and how you can prevent them from visiting your property for an extended length of time. Download black bear guide.
City of Mt. Shasta Property for Sale
The former Roseburg Mill Site property which traverses South Mt. Shasta Boulevard at the south end of the city limits is currently for sale. Contact the City Manager at (530) 926-7510 for details.
- Frequently Requested Telephone Numbers
- Mt. Shasta Chamber of Commerce
- Mt Shasta Recreation & Parks
- Mt Shasta Visitor's Bureau
- Mt. Shasta Sisson Museum
- Siskiyou County
- Business Incentives - Enterprise Zone
- Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association
- Mt. Shasta Elementary School
- Sisson Middle School
- Mt. Shasta High School
- Local area newspapers: Mt. Shasta Herald and Siskiyou Daily News
- Mountain Community Television Channel 15
- Black Butte Transfer Station (Dump) and John Smith Sanitation
Recycle for a Better Tomorrow
Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway
One of just 27 All American Roads in the United States, the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway connects Lassen Volcanic National Park in Northern California and Crater Lake National Park in Southern Oregon. The City's Roseburg property development plans include the proposed future site of the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway Discovery Center.
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