The City Council for Shasta Lake consists of five members (four City Council members and the mayor) elected at-large by the voters of the City of Shasta Lake. The City Council is responsible for enacting legislation, establishing policies, approving budgets for City operations and providing guidance for actions which affect the quality of life in the City. The City Council also acts as the governing board for the City's Redevelopment Agency.
The City Council meets every first and third Tuesday of each month (unless otherwise noted) in the Council Chambers located at 4488 Red Bluff Street, Shasta Lake, CA. Meetings start at 6:00 pm.
To view additional information about the City Council meetings, click on Agendas and Minutes on the homepage, where you can access the Council's agenda packets and minutes. Meetings are televised on Channel 11 the following Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. and Friday at 2:00 p.m. DVDs of the meetings are available for $1.00 a DVD at the City Clerk's Office and can be ordered by phone. Call 275-7407.
Goals and Objectives
The City Council and City Staff, with input from the public, set annual goals and objectives for the City. Below are links to the most current set of Goals and Objectives as well as the most current update.
2011 Goals and Objectives
Progress Report 8-11
Submit a question or concern for the entire City Council. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of the City Clerk at (530) 275-7407 or