With the heavy snowfall, the Plumas National Forest has lifted fire restrictions. With a growing snowpack Forest assistant fire manager, Mitch Wilson says fuel moisture is increasing and reducing fire danger. Though he does remind you that there is still wildfire risk... Read More.
In the Plumas National Forest Stage I Fire Restrictions will remain in place despite wetting weather. You will continue to be allowed to build campfires in recreational sites inside fire rings but not outside of them. The rule will remain in place until December... Read More.
The Modoc National Forest is beginning to winterize many of the forest's recreational sites. Water services have been shut off, and trash collection and restroom cleaning services are also coming to a halt as winter conditions limit site access. Some have already received a... Read More.
By unanimous decision, Sierra County will have an updated short-term rental housing ordinance at the start of the new year. The countywide law, which excludes the City of Loyalton, will require property owners to have owned the proposed rental home for two years before... Read More.
Fire restrictions have eased in both The Plumas National Forest and on BLM public lands while the Lassen National Park extends fire restrictions into the end of the month. On the Plumas Ntl Forest fire restrictions have been lowered to stage one allowing campfires in... Read More.
Tomorrow the Sierra County board of supervisors will determine an ordinance on Short Term Rentals in the county. Initially discussed during the board's September 6th meeting, the ordinance's language was determined to be unclear and was brought back on September 20th for further discussions. The... Read More.
The Plumas National Forest reduces fire restrictions as the season changes. The Forest Service and camp hosts have already winterized and closed many sites; a few remain open in the Plumas National Forest. For Fall recreation, you can continue to visit the remaining sites open,... Read More.
Before you head out the door for one of the last recreational weekends before the weather cools, the Plumas National Forest wants to remind you to be aware of the current conditions. If you plan on visiting the lakes with the ongoing drought, water... Read More.
Plumas National Forest steps up fire restrictions. With extended hot weather increasing the likelihood of fire dangers and drying of fuels the forest service is entering stage II of their fire restrictions levels. This means you can only build campfires in designated recreation sites... Read More.
BLM Northern California District Media Contact: Jeff Fontana, firstname.lastname@example.org July 29, 2022 The Bureau of Land Management on Monday, Aug. 1, will implement seasonal fire restrictions to prevent wildfire risk on public lands managed by the Eagle Lake and Applegate field offices in Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Sierra,... Read More.