Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU)
An Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU), also known as a secondary dwelling unit, “granny flat”, or “mother-in-law unit”, is an additional, long-term housing unit located on a single-family residential lot. Chapter 18.22 of the City of Mt. Shasta Municipal Code outlines where ADU’s can be located, their development standards, and permitting process.
As of 2017, all accessory dwelling units must be permitted by the City of Mt. Shasta Planning Department. Units existing prior to 2017 are eligible to receive a certificate of compliance at no cost. To receive a certificate, please contact the Planning Department.
All proposed new units must file an accessory dwelling unit application for Planning Department approval.
Roseburg Commerce Park
The Roseburg Commerce Park, also known as The Landing, is a 127.5 acre development on the southern side of the City of Mt. Shasta. The property was annexed in 2000 for the purpose of economic development and visitor services. A Land Use Plan is available for the Planned Development zone to outline the permitted uses that could be developed on the land. The City is in the process of creating a development agreement and process for on-site development.
- Approved Roseburg Commerce Park Development Plan
- Roseburg Development Environmental Impact Report
- Full Land Use Plan Permitted Uses
- Development Area 1
- Development Area 2
- Development Area 3
- Development Area 4
- Development Area 5
- Development Areas 6 & 7
Siskiyou County Economic Development Council (SCEDC) has been a major partner in the Roseburg Commerce Park clean-up and development. Information related to the Brownfields Clean-up and development opportunities are available at “The Landing” website.