The future of Mt. Shasta is determined by you!
The vision of the General Plan is the basis for all decisions related to how the City should approach community issues. The vision is drafted using input from residents and visitors of the area. There are a number of ways to be involved in drafting the new vision. The first is to review the 2020 vision to see if the City has achieved the vision developed in 2006. The second is to take the 2045 visioning survey to define the new City vision. The third is to attend and communicated with the Planning Commission through meetings and workshops. Planning Commission meets every third Tuesday of the month beginning at 6PM. The meetings are located at City Park Upper Lodge.
The input received will help the Planning Department and Planning Commission develop a draft vision and community character. Please feel free to contact the Planning Department with questions about the visioning or General Plan process.
2020 Vision Review
The 2020 Vision was developed as part of the 2007 General Plan process to guide the City to the Community’s preferred future. The vision was developed from community input to envision the future of Mt. Shasta. Part of the 2045 General Plan visioning process is to review the previous vision to see if parts of the vision are still consistent with the community’s hope for the future.
2045 Visioning Survey
The 2045 vision will rely on feedback from community members and visitors to the City of Mt. Shasta. The survey is available in the link below or a paper copy can be requested from the Planning Department. The survey contains 18 questions and will take about 10 to 15 minutes to complete. The survey feedback will be used to develop a draft 2045 vision and define the community character of the City. The survey results will be presented at the August 21, 2018 Planning Commission meeting.
The Planning Department strives to be inclusive and accessible. Special accommodations can be made for those whose native language is not English and those who have physical or mental impairments.