Pile Burning Operations Make Smoke Visible to Quincy Residents

The Mt Hough Ranger District will begin burning piles northwest of Quincy in the Butterfly-Twain Project. Smoke will be visible in the area north of Snake Lake and south of Butterfly Valley. If conditions allow, burning will continue through the week.


LASSEN COUNTY Health and Social Services Department FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: SEPTEMBER 1, 2021 TIME: 2:35 PM RELEASE #: 1 of 1 UPDATE ON EMERGENCY EVACUATION SHELTERS FOR LASSEN COUNTY RESIDENTS Due to the Dixie Fire’s updated evacuation orders in Lassen County, for anyone needing shelter it is recommended for Lassen... Read More.

Mt. Hough Residents Can Return Home

You can return home is you reside at the Mt. Hough area estates as hazardous tree removal has been completed and the traffic control point at the hwy 89 intersection and Stampfli ln has been moved to the hwy 89 and Pioneer rd intersection.... Read More.

California Residents Urged to Conserve Energy Amid Heat Wave

The operator of California's power grid is asking residents to voluntarily conserve power for a few hours Thursday evening as record-breaking heat blankets the West this week.The California Independent System Operator issued a Flex Alert for Thursday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. to... Read More.