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.
Post Dixie Fire recovery continues with a new hazard tree removal project. Crews will remove hazard trees along the Lassen Volcanic National park highway and in Warner Valley and Juniper Lake areas. Work is currently occurring at the Southwest Walk-in Campground and Drakesbad Guest Ranch.... Read More.
In a case status conference at the Lassen Superior Courthouse for the City of Susanville V the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Judge Moody denies CDCR’s plea to release the temporary restraining order as well as denies the motion to entertain a renewed... Read More.
Lassen County Dixie and Beckwourth fire recovery and debris clean-up progresses. Cheif Silas Rojas updates what CalOES is reporting: Vin verifications by CHP have been completed for all vehicles that had sustained fire damage. There are currently three debris clearning crews working throughout the... Read More.
Dixie fire hazardous tree removal begins along hwy 395. You will need to be prepared for slowdowns through the corridor between Janesville and Milford. Caltrans will have the hwy down to one lane through the area. If you commute or will be... Read More.
Alturas Waste Management serviced homes receive an increase in garbage and trash collection fees. Waste management argued for a higher increase largely due to the increase of fuel prices at almost 11 percent. Yet the city’s contract with waste management limited increases of no... Read More.
The deadline has come and gone to sign up for the right of Entry program offered through the state, but if you missed it, you will have more time to get registered for the county’s alternative program in Plumas county. The deadline to apply... Read More.
Today is your very last chance to sign up for the free debris removal program through CalOES. If your property was damaged by the Beckwourth or Dixie fire you can participate in the free program to help you clean up your property or you... Read More.
Tomorrow is your very last chance to sign up for the free debris removal program through CalOES. November 30th is the deadline to get registered for the Hazardous debris cleanup on your property with the Right of Entry Forms or through the county’s alternative... Read More.
After the November 30th deadline passes, financial assistance will no longer be provided to property owners. In February, the state plans to complete free debris removal for parcels that presented a completed ROE before the November 30th deadline. The County will then follow the... Read More.