Consider McCloud

Considering McCloud as a canvass for YOUR masterpiece? Here is some helpful contact information to help get you started.

Bill Michelon at Dorris Moss Realty

Bill is a lifelong native of Siskiyou County and a current resident of McCloud. With an extensive background in construction and building, Bill offers honesty, dedication, and professionalism to his clients. Having used Bill for both of our area real estate transactions, we can recommend him without reservation

(530) 925-1792

McCloud Chamber of Commerce

The McCloud Chamber of Commerce envisions McCloud as a historically preserved, well-rounded and friendly community which offers a wide range of services to its families and visitors. The Chamber focuses on the promotion and development of financially strong, viable businesses within the region while enhancing the community lifestyle. To support this vision, the McCloud Chamber is building a large and enthusiastic membership, which will enhance existing businesses, encourage new opportunities and promote tourism. The Chamber will promote development of major businesses, provide personnel and entrepreneurial business development tools, access to critical training and aggressive promotion of the region.

(530) 964-3113

McCloud Local First

We are a not-for-profit membership organization committed to creatively sustainiing and growing local businesses, ourselves as business leaders, and our community. Our members make a difference in our community. They use their business practices to support the community and a healthy environment. They provide a human face to the market place and work together at making a difference in McCloud.

(530) 964-3423

Siskiyou County Economic Development

Did you know that McCloud is in the Siskiyou County Enterprise Zone? Businesses in an enterprise zone receive tax incentives to spur private capital investment in the local economy. All businesses within the zone are eligible for incentives and benefits including:

(530) 842-1638

  •      Up to 100% Net Operating Loss (NOL) carry-forward. NOL may be carried forward 15 years
  •      Firms can earn $31,544 or more in state tax credits for each qualified employee hired
  •      Corporations can earn sales tax credits on purchases of $20 million per year of qualified machinery and machinery parts
  •      Up-front expensing of certain depreciable property. Lenders to Zone businesses may receive a net interest deduction
  •      Unused tax credits can be applied to future tax years, stretching out the benefit of the initial investment