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Both the City of Shasta Lake and pending language in the State of California SB 94 requires applicants to provide proof of a bond to cover the costs of destruction of cannabis or cannabis products if necessitated by a violation of licensing requirements. The City of Shasta Lake will require a $5,000 Surety Performance Bond, most likely the State will require the same.
Please visit here: https://www.cityofshastalake.org/1082/Cannabis-Special-Business-Tax
Cottage Licenses are covered under the following type:Type 1C: Specialty Cottage – up to 25 mature plants for outdoor; up to 500 sq ft for indoor; or up to 2,500 sq ft for mixed-light.
The City of Shasta Lake’s Application for Cultivation Permit, under Indoor/Mixed Light, Commercial A – is allowed for up to 5,000 sq ft of cultivation area, the cottage license would be covered under this license type.
Please note: Commercial Outdoor cultivation is not permitted in the City of Shasta Lake, indoor and mixed-light is available. Application Packets
Yes, in the allowed zoning.
There are no changes at this time to current outdoor cultivation regulations. With the passage of the AUMA (Proposition 64) by voters on November 8, 2016, adults 21 years of age or older may cultivate up to 6 plants for personal use indoors or outdoors at their residences. Agencies may enact and enforce reasonable regulations to regulate this activity. Any commercial cultivation requires a business permit. Indoor, permanent structures only.
All interested parties are encouraged to attend said hearing or to submit written communication to express their opinion for or against the issue. Written communication should be submitted to the City Clerk at 4477 Main Street, Shasta Lake, CA 96019.
Sign up in person at: 1650 Stanton Drive Shasta Lake, CA 96019
Sign up over the phone at: 530-275-7400 *you must have a fax machine and a Visa or Master Card for this method
The length of the affordability period may range from 10-45 years depending on the funding source. Generally speaking, If the home is sold within the affordability period it must be sold to another eligible low-income homebuyer.
Sometimes the affordability period is confused with the loan term, or the length of time a homeowner has to repay the loan. Contact our housing staff for more information on affordability periods and financing options.
A backflow assembly (also known as a Reduced Pressure Principle Assembly, or RPPA), is a device that reacts to the pressure drop and prevents material or contaminates from entering the distribution system if a pressure drop occurs.
This depends on many factors, including the following:
Typically, several of these factors combine for a single project, which leads to focused projects that meet the funding source requirements. Final determination of which streets are included in a given project is made by the City Engineer, under the supervision of the City Manager.
The following are the dedicated Street Maintenance revenue sources that the City receives:
Total annual dedicated revenue: $434,350
Average annual cost of general street maintenance completed by Public Works (pothole repair, culvert replacement, and pavement patching labor, equipment, and materials): $130,000
Remaining annual revenue available for street paving projects: ~$300,000
The City’s available annual revenue available for street paving ($300,000) is vastly outstripped by both the cost to maintain a PCI Rating of 58 ($2.4M) and the overall deferred maintenance backlog ($26M). Because of this, City staff diligently searches and applies for every additional revenue source that can be located.
For FY 20-21 and FY 21-22, the City Council allocated an additional $700,000 per year for street maintenance projects. This additional allocation, in combination with the dedicated revenue sources listed above and any other funding that the City is successful in obtaining will allow the City to move forward with several paving projects in the next several years.
Due to the City’s inability to adequately maintain the streets that are currently paved due to the revenue shortfalls discussed above, residents currently living in areas with unpaved streets should not expect those streets to be paved in the foreseeable future. Alternative solutions exist, such as neighborhoods entering into an assessment district with the express intent being to reconstruct the street. The costs for work completed by these types of districts are borne by the residents.
Unfortunately, bringing an unpaved street into the City’s maintained street inventory is not as simple as simply laying down asphalt. In a typical application, the street structural section must be completely reconstructed to City standard to provide a final paved surface that will last for many years. This typically means excavating and removing about 12” of material throughout the entire area and replacing it with compacted engineered fill prior to asphalt application. Street reconstruction activities can cost nearly ten times as much simply rehabilitating an existing street.
Costs vary depending upon what work is required to rehabilitate the street segment. On a typical residential street project, the work will include traffic control, pavement grinding and patching to replace failed pavement, application of pavement reinforcing fabric, hot-mixed asphalt overlay, installation of shoulder backing material, adjustment of traffic boxes and manholes to grade, and installation of new striping. Although costs are highly variable, based on recent projects and estimates the cost of this type of rehabilitation work ranges between about $110 and $175 per linear foot (or between about $33,000 and $52,500 per 300’ long street block).
Street funding has never kept up with the needs of Shasta Lake. The City’s average PCI Rating was 58 (out of 100) in 2019, and at that time the City had a deferred maintenance backlog of approximately $26M. In order to maintain a PCI Rating of 58, it is estimated that the City would need to spend approximately $2.4M per year on street maintenance work.
Fees: Log reports ~ $2.00Crime & traffic reports ~ $10.00 for first 5 pages. $0.25 for each page after 5.
The office is located at 1525 Court Street in Redding, hours 8:00-12:00 & 1:00-4:00. (530) 245-6025 Record Request Form
The office is located at 1525 Court Street in Redding. (530) 245-6025 8:00-12:00 and 1:00-4:00 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Appointments are taken and walk-ins are welcome. First come, first serve basis.
Fee:Finger Printing Service: $93.00Concealed Weapons Permit: $60.00Total $153.00
*This fee is non-refundable and is to be retained by the Sheriff's Office in the event your application is denied.
Requirements: *Must provide a certificate of completion (12 to 16 hour training course for the first time applicant and 4 hours for a renewal). A PC832 certificate or Military Form DD214 is acceptable if no more than two years old.
*CCW Applications must be dropped off or mailed to the Sheriff’s Office, 2 weeks prior to scheduled appointment. CCW Renewal forms must be submitted to the Sheriff’s Office, 1 week prior to scheduled appointment.
*Must be a resident of Shasta County for at least 1 year (providing two utility bills: City of Redding/City of Shasta Lake/PG&E ~ current month and same month last year shows 1 year residency) CCW Form
Once you return the paperwork, the court process is started.
When the restraining order is ready to be served, the Sheriff's Office Civil Unit, (530) 225-5611, room 206, will assist with this. Fees are charged depending on the crime and the severity.
In all infraction cases, you must do one or more of the following for each violation:*Pay the fine (bail).*Appear in court.*Contest the violation.*Correct the violation (traffic cases, when applicable).*Request the traffic school (traffic cases, when applicable).*Request trial by written declaration (traffic cases).If you do not do one of the above actions, a "failure to appear" charge will be filed against you in warrant form (Vehicle Code 40508(a)) and your driver's license may be withheld, suspended, or revoked.
If you do NOT contest the violation:
*Pay the fine amount (bail). - Contact the court at (530) 245-6789. You will not have to appear in court. You will be convicted of the violation and it will appear on your DMV record. A point may be charged to your DMV record and your insurance may be affected.
*Correctable violations - If the "Yes" box is checked on the front of your ticket, the violation is correctable. Once you correct the violation, have a law enforcement officer sign the back side of your ticket. Registration and driver license violations may also be corrected at the DMV office. The violation will be dismissed by the court after the PROOF OF CORRECTION and payment of a $25 transaction fee are presented to the court, by mail or in person, by the appearance date.
If you contest the violation, do one of the following:
*Court trial - Appear at the court on or before the appearance date to request a court trial. This will be a future date when an officer and any witness will be present. You will be required to submit the bail amount.
*Trial by written declaration (traffic infractions) - Appear at the court on or before the appearance date to request a trial by written declaration. You will be given forms to allow you to write a statement and to submit other evidence without appearing in court. An officer will also submit a statement. You will be required to submit the bail amount.
A courtesy notice may be mailed to the address on the citation, indicating the required bail (fine) instead of appearing in court. If you do not receive a notice, you are still required to comply with the items above by the appearance date on the front of your citation.
You may pay in person, by mail or by phone (530) 245-6789. Make checks or money orders payable to Clerk of the Court, 1500 Court Street, Redding. Write your citation number and driver license number on the check or money order. Shasta County Superior Court Website
The benefits of this program are: 1) Citizens have the convenience of being able to report crime on their schedule rather than waiting for a deputy to arrive. 2) Incidents that would otherwise go unreported are more likely to be filed; which in turn provides law enforcement with a better overall picture of crime trends.3) Deputies are able to focus their time and effort responding to higher priority calls.
Using this online citizen police report system allows you to submit a report immediately and print a copy of the case report for free. A typical report takes between 10 - 20 minutes to complete. A computer with access to the internet and a valid email address are required. Crimes and incidents currently reportable online are:~ Theft (petty) of property or credit card ~ Fraudulent use of credit card information~ Vandalism (felony and misdemeanor) to property including vehicles~ Harassing phone calls~ Lost Property
In order to report a crime through this system you must:
*Be eighteen (18) years of age or older.*The incident must have occurred within Shasta County and outside any incorporated municipalities or townships. Exact location verification is required in the report.*You have no suspect information. *There is no physical evidence to the incident.
Click here to submit an Online Crime Report