Expect Slowdowns Between Canyon Dam and Greenville

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.

SPI Donates to Greenville Park

Greenville Little League fields, devastated by the Dixie Fire, have new hope. Sierra Pacific Industries has donated 20,000 dollars to help refurbish Greenville Park. The check will help the Indian Valley CSD rebuild the fields and welcome ball players once more. The donation, though,... Read More.

PG&E Brings Mobile Help Clinic to Greenville

A mobile help clinic hosted by PG&E will help Greenville get questions answered while rebuilding following the Dixie Fire. On October 4th, the company will be at the evergreen market on Crescent street to give in-person answers to your questions on how to restore power... Read More.

SR70 Re-Opens from Jarbo Gap to Greenville Wye

Highway 70 re-opens from a complete closure with some delays days ahead of schedule, lightening your commute through the Feather River canyon this week. Crews placed larger culverts at Opapee creek, where June’s debris slides wiped out the roadway. Work was scheduled to be... Read More.

Greenville Gets 7 Million for Water and Sewer Infrastructure

Seven million dollars have been allocated to Greenville for rebuilding following the Dixie fire's destruction. Assemblywoman Dahle was able to secure the funds from the Newsom Administration to support the rebuilding efforts that have struggled despite insurance and disaster assistance and legal settlements from... Read More.

Mobile Help Center Returns to Greenville

PG&E returns to Greenville with a mobile help center as all nearly 900 properties in the debris removal program get cleared. The mobile help center will be in the parking lot of Evergreen Market on Crescent St.in Greenville this Wednesday from 10 a.m. to... Read More.