A slowdown is coming your way on Highway 89. Expect up to 15-minute delays between Canyon Dam and Greenville from traffic controls. PG&E will be resuming work in the area for the Dixie Fire aftermath clean-up. More details will be provided on... Read More.
A logging truck and sedan have collided on Highway 89 near Canyon dam. The southbound lane is blocked. No further details on injuries or persons involved have been made available at this time. Prepare to slow down through the area for emergency response. Updates... Read More.
Over 100 power poles will be removed by helicopter this week in the Feather River Canyon. You will notice the low-flying helicopter between PG&Es Cresta Dam and Bucks Creek Power House. PG&E says due to the feather river canyon steep terrain, the use of... Read More.
A Clearcreek family is rescued after spending three days stranded near Fiddle Creek in Indian Valley. Two parents and two children hiked in a remote location of Fiddle Creek in Western Sierra County to inspect their claim in the area. The mother began to... Read More.
Multiple collisions occurred through the Canyon over the weekend in Plumas County resulting in major injuries. The California Highway Patrol released the following incidents: Angelo Yescas an 18-year-old from Rio Linda was on HWY70 west of Grizzly dome Friday around 9:30 pm when he sped... Read More.
No launching your boat from the Canyon dam boat ramp today and tomorrow. The ramp will be CLOSED for repairs. Dock bumpers will be replaced and non-slip paint will be applied to the dock. The day-use area and the Lake Almanor... Read More.
Canyon Dam Boat launch will be closed to recreationists in the height of summer. Though the closure is temporary and aims to allow an upgrade to the dock bumper as well as apply a coat of anti-slip paint. The day-use area and... Read More.
Caltrans reminds you that work continues west of Belden through the Feather River canyon from the debris flows that washed out the roadway last month. Crews are continuing to remove material that washed out from Murphy and Opapee Creeks. You can still... Read More.
A full week ahead of schedule Caltrans has re-opened highway 70 after two full weeks of closure due to 5 debris slides from a passing storm. The highway will have 24/7 one-way traffic control from three miles west of Belden to two miles west of Belden.... Read More.
More slowdowns through the Canyon will begin today. Construction work on the HWY 70 drainage replacement project by Caltrans will be replacing culverts from west of the Grizzly Creek Bridge to about two miles west of the Greenville Wye. You can plan on being stopped... Read More.