Statement of Philosophy and Mission - It is the mission of the City of Red Bluff to make decisions, plan and act in the best interest of the general populace of Red Bluff above and beyond the interest of City Government entities and City government officials in providing municipal services.
We recognize that the City has been entrusted with the stewardship of financial resources which rightly belong to the community and we value prudent financial management.
We believe that our first responsibility is to the health, safety, and welfare of our citizens through efficient and effective programs.
We believe in the worth of every person in our organization we strive to maximize everyone's potential. We seek ideas and participation from all levels.
We have a bias for action and support reasonable risk-taking.
To sustain consistency, growth and a high quality of life in our community, we are committed to long-range planning, effective management of resources and openness toward innovative ideas.
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MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN (click on link)
9/21/17 Press Release
Public Asked to Review Hazard Mitigation Activities, Give Feedback
As part of the Tehama County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan update process, the County and Cities of Corning, Red Bluff and Tehama are again seeking public input.
The public is being asked to review the priority hazard mitigation activities developed by the County and participating cities. These activities focus on mitigating the effects of natural hazards throughout the County to protect lives as well as the built and natural environment.
Public input is critical to ensure the priorities of the Hazard Mitigation Plan match the priorities of Tehama County residents.
In addition to reviewing the mitigation activities, the County and participating Cities are also accepting comments on the Draft Hazard Mitigation Plan itself through October 10th.
To view and comment on the mitigation activities and draft plan, please visit:
Draft Plan Review:
Mitigation Action Voting:
SUSTAINABLE GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT
WATER CONSERVATION TIPS
STAGE 2 WATER RESTRICTIONS
MANDATORY COMMERCIAL RECYCLING