General Plan 2045 Vision Statement
The Planning Commission launched a visioning survey to collect input from the public regarding the direction of the City. The visioning survey results were presented at the September 18th, 2018 and the vision statement was approved on October 23, 2018 by the City Council.
The vision statement is a snapshot of what the community hopes for the City in 2045.
Why is this important?
The General Plan is the guiding document for the growth of the City of Mt. Shasta. The public’s input and participation in this process ensures that the City of Mt. Shasta is shaped into a community that serves everyone. The vision is the first step to developing a plan for the future that fits the needs and wants of all residents. There will be many opportunities in the General Plan revision process to give feedback to be included in the plan.
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Upcoming Public Events
General Plan Scoping Sessions
The General Scope is an outline document for the required and desired topics that the plan will touch on. The Planning Commission hosted three scoping session to discuss various topics that could be and are required to be included in the General Plan. Recordings of the meetings can be found in our live-stream archive.
Building Resilient Communities
The City of Mt. Shasta collaborated with the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research, Association of Bay Area Governments, Environmental Protection Agency, and Federal Emergency Management Agency to host a two-day workshop on building community resiliency. The workshops focused on determining values of the Mt. Shasta region and how to plan for future hazards.
Economic Development Roundtable
The Planning Commission hosted an Economic Development Roundtable to review and discuss the current economic conditions. A copy of the presentation slides and discussion questions are below:
General Plan Steering Committee
The City of Mt. Shasta Planning Commission has been charged to oversee the General Plan process for the next three years. The Planning Commission is a City Council appointed committee made up of seven members. The members are a mixture of city and non-city residents. The Planning Commission meet every third Tuesday of the month. Every Planning Commission meeting is open to the public. Planning Commission meeting information is readily made available to the public on the “Agendas and Minutes” page.
The Planning Commission will work directly with City Staff to construct public engagement events and draft a plan based on community needs.