After nearly two years since the Dixie Fire started, Lassen and Plumas counties settled their claims with PG&E.The two counties and eight others have collectively settled a 24 million dollar deal for the public and natural resource damages caused by the Dixie Fire that... Read More.
A Survey in Crescent Mills will be held today to hear how to rebuild Greenville with a budget of $3 million.The Dixie Fire Collaborative Steering Committee has been surveying the Indian Valley community to pinpoint what should go into rebuilding downtown Greenville as the... Read More.
The Department of Toxic Substance Control (DTSC) has suspended its soil removal program for the winter.Workers will be back in Greenville in the spring working to prepare properties with high lead levels for rebuilding.For more information... Read More.
New transportation service is coming to Plumas County for fire victims. Plumas Rural Services has been developing the Dixie Recovery Transportation Service through the Rebuilding Greenville Resource Center. This service will provide limited, reservation-based transportation to individuals within the communities affected by the Dixie... Read More.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the historic loss of the town of Greenville during the Dixie Fire. The town has come out of the ashes and continues to rebuild and grow stronger as a community. To commemorate the date there will... Read More.
The Greenville Rancheria Fire Crew will be awarded a 100,000 dollar grant. The Almanor Foundation, in collaboration with the Dixie Fire Funders Roundtable, recently approved the grant for fire and personal protective equipment (PPE), tools, supplies, and a replacement building. The crew... Read More.
Plumas charter school’s outdoor education program is awarded a near half-million dollar grant. The California state parks outdoor equity program awards grants to help underserved communities participate in outdoor experiences in state parks and other public lands. The school’s outdoor education coordinator made the... Read More.
Thirteen people who were impacted with losses during the Dixie Fire have received nearly 5 million dollars in claim settlements as PG&E rolls out the first direct recovery payments. There have been a total of 120 claims made to date with more payments scheduled... Read More.
(Washington, D.C.) – Today, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced it would be sending notices to individuals in Plumas, Lassen, Tehama, Shasta, and Butte counties, and who registered for federal disaster assistance for losses incurred by the Dixie Fire, to inform them that... Read More.
The National weather service has issued a warning for the Dixie fire burn scar areas as a thunderstorm moves across the region again today. The storm can produce periods of heavy rainfall as has been seen with the latest storms causing debris flows and... Read More.