Oregon will charge campers from outside the state a 25% surcharge for RV sites in dozens of campgrounds because of increased demand for the spaces. The fee will apply to everything from small pop-up trailers to Airstreams to motorhomes, but will not apply to tents,... Read More.
$134,000 dollars from wildfire safety grants will be divided amongst 10 North state fire departments and community groups. The grants come from the wildfire and safety and preparedness program through the California Fire Foundation who has partnered with PG&E. The funds bring resources to... Read More.
Caltrans District 2 STATE ROUTE CLOSURES DUE TO THE #DIXIEFIRE -- 7/29/2021 @ 9:40 p.m.: The following information will be updated as conditions change. This post will also be pinned to the top of our page in order for the information to be easily accessible. STATE ROUTE... Read More.
28, 2021 916-375-8000 CALIFORNIA STATE SHERIFFS’ ASSOCIATION ELECTS NEW OFFICERS FOR 2021-2022 On Wednesday, June 9, 2021, the California State Sheriffs’ Association (CSSA) held its 127th Annual Conference Installation Banquet in Butte County. CSSA was honored to have California Attorney General Rob Bonta and Senator Brian Dahle swear in... Read More.
Work on the Canby 3-Gaps AR Chip Project on State Route 299 in Modoc County has begun. The project will include dig out operations and the application of an asphalt rubber chip seal at the following locations: In and around Canby, from approximately 2 miles... Read More.
The Newsom administration could soon be facing a lawsuit over its decision to close a prison in rural Lassen County, which employs more than a quarter of the workforce in the city of Susanville. Just days after the prison's June 30, 2022, closure date was... Read More.
About two-thirds of eligible residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine. And as the governor likes to remind us, California has administered almost 16 million more doses than the next most populous state, Texas. State health officials don't set a vaccination goal... Read More.