The City of Mt. Shasta’s Planning Department is administered by the City Planner and the Planning Commission. The Planning Department has primary responsibility for zoning and land use permits as well as long-range planning and local administration of State environmental review laws. Environmental review responsibilities are principally defined by the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), which requires preparation of environmental impact determinations, environmental impact reports, and coordination with other local, State, and Federal agencies.
Planning Department Activities
2007 General Plan
The City of Mt. Shasta approved the current General Plan in 2007. The 2007 General Plan focused on meeting state mandates and addressing the City vision found in the General Plan Issues and Administration Chapter.
Juliana Lucchesi, City Planner
Phone: (530) 926-7517
305 N. Mt. Shasta Boulevard
Mt. Shasta, California 96067
The Planning Department is excited to partner with the CivicSpark program to bring two Water Fellows to the City of Mt. Shasta. The Water Fellows will assist the City in upgrading our infrastructure database and developing the Water Resource Element as part of our General Plan 2045 revision. The Fellows will be with the City from September 2018 through August 2019
Frank is continuing with the Planning Department on a one-year CivicSpark Fellowship to assist with the city’s Stormwater Master Plan project. He graduated in 2017 from Pomona College in Claremont, CA with a degree in Environmental Analysis. Although originally from Nashville, TN, Frank is a westerner at heart, with a keen interest in California water policy, climate change adaptation, and urban planning. He is excited to put all those passions to good use this year in Mt Shasta. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, rock climbing, and painting.
Tatiana will be working through the 2019-2020 CivicSpark Fellowship program for the City of Mt. Shasta. She is a recent graduate of Humboldt State University, having majored in Environmental Science and Management with an emphasis in Planning and Policy. She has experience researching and working on projects focused on the Eel River of Humboldt County and is excited to become familiar with the rivers and streams of Siskiyou County. A lover of animals, she owns one dog, two cats, and two chickens. When not tending to her pets, Tatiana enjoys hiking, camping, and reading.