The Dixie Fire Collaborative will be holding its monthly meeting this weekend and updating the community on several infrastructure and projects underway. If you have been wondering about to progress of Frontier communications, the downtown camera systems, innovation hub, and pop-up business district you... Read More.
A consultant group will be coming to Greenville to help with the planning process in rebuilding the community. The group has been brought in by The Dixie Fire Collaborative. What began just 5 days after Greenville burned The Almanor Foundation and Funders Roundtable, provided... Read More.
Greenville Rotary is dedicating its resources to accelerating Dixie Fire recovery and rebuilding efforts in Greenville. President John Banks shares the club has put in efforts to provide facades on newly erected buidlings. the effort is being made in part to make it appear... Read More.
The Rebuilding Greenville Resource center will be available for your Dixie fire recovery help by next week. The resource center has been relocating from its temporary Crescent Mills location into a new permanent site to better serve all affected by the Dixie Fire. The... Read More.
When you drive through Greenville, you’ll start to see new signs showing up around the town now in the rebuilding stages following the Dixie Fire. Lee Anne Schramel, with the Greenville Rotary and Plumas Strong shared the signs will read "We’re rebuilding". The signage... Read More.
Many who have been affected by the Dixie fire have lost essential needs including access to the internet where much of the recovery assistance efforts are funneled through. If you are in need of this kind of access for your recovery, The Rebuilding Greenville... Read More.