If you were affected by any recent wildfires, the Honey Lake Valley Resource Conservation District wants to help you recover. If you cannot afford to rehabilitate your land, the district has an application to provide you with assistance through the Lassen County Post Fire... Read More.
(PARADISE, CA) – Today, Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R – Richvale) announced three Disaster Recovery Infrastructure Program grants from funds he successfully included in Federal disaster legislation in 2018 and 2019, which were signed into law by President Trump. The funds appropriated were delivered to... Read More.
Honey Lake Valley Resource Conservation District will be developing a wildfire recovery program for forest landowners. The RCD recently got a grant for 2.5 million dollars from the USDA Forest Service to help private landowners throughout Lassen County who were in some way impacted... Read More.
PLUMAS WILDFIRE RECOVERY A Bi-Monthly Newsletter for Plumas County T H U R S D A Y , M A Y 1 9 , 2 0 2 2 | 8 : 0 0 A M Senior Services Staff Recognized for Response On May 17th during the Board of... Read More.
The recovery of Plumas County from the Dixie Fire continues with more than three quarters of registered properties cleared of debris. Clean-up in Warner Valley and Frenchmen lake continue and Sheriff Johns and Emergency Services Coordinator Pam Courtright met with agencies to discuss the... Read More.
Update on Recovery Status Debris Removal continues in both Warner Valley and Frenchman Lake. District Attorneys of Plumas, Lassen, Tehama, Shasta and Butte Counties announced theyhave reached a settlement with PG&E over that company’s responsibility for the 2021 DixieFire. Plumas County to receive 17-million in good faith... Read More.
Dixie Fire Recovery progress gains momentum again with the warming weather. Commercial site in Canyon Dam have been cleared of Debris including Quail Lodge. Canyon Dam like Greenville was overrun by the fast moving flames devastating much of the area. Warner Valley get its... Read More.
A Bi-Monthly Newsletter for Plumas County THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 2022 | 9:00 AM A message from PC Office of Emergency Services My name is Pamella Courtright and I am the Sheriff’s Emergency Services Coordinator/Deputy OESDirector for Plumas County. I have been with the Sheriff’s Office for almost... Read More.
Five property owners are able to rebuild in Greenville. Five lots that were destroyed by the Dixie fire have been certified complete from the debris removal program through the state in a report given to the Plumas board of supervisors by Disaster Recovery Operation... Read More.
Three people from Indian Valley travel to Kansas to learn more about natural disaster recovery from a town that was leveled by a tornado 14 years ago. In 2007, 95 percent of Greensburg Kansas was destroyed by that tornado, reducing the towns population by... Read More.