The City provides existing and relocating businesses a number of services designed to help foster profit and growth.
Team The Shasta Lake Economic Development Team helps recruit new businesses and maintains working relationships with our community's existing businesses. If you are interested in relocating to Shasta Lake or if you are an existing business with questions, please do not hesitate to contact Whitney.
Business Services include:
- A City-owned industrial park offering shovel ready sites at reasonable cost.
- Special economic development electric rates for qualifying businesses.
- An Enterprise Zone which provides significant tax credits for hiring and investment.
Visit the Go-Biz Community Data Tool to see how Shasta Lake compares to other cities, including demographic reports, business and consumer data, as well as mapping tools that identify areas of opportunity and growth.
Shasta Gateway Industrial Park
The Shasta Gateway Industrial Park encompasses approximately 230 acres. It was developed and owned by the City of Shasta Lake. The first 50 acres were developed into 15 lots in 1993. The remaining acreage is reserved for future expansion. There are presently two City-owned 3 acre lots available in Phase 1. Get information about the industrial park.
Economic Development Electric Rate
Shasta Lake offers an Economic Development electric rate that is available to new manufacturing facilities locating within the City that have a billing demand of 1 megawatt or more. In addition, all businesses located within the City's Industrial Park are eligible for the ED rate regardless of billing demand. This rate is in effect for 36 months and is not subject to change during that period. The current ED rates and corresponding Small Industrial Rate are listed below for comparison purposes: Current Electric Rates
City Population and Housing Profile (PDF) (2010 Census)
For more Business Services information contact
- Whitney Zeller, Community & Economic Development Manager
- Email Whitney Zeller
- Phone (530) 275-7427