Today you can join a PG&E-hosted webinar on Wildfire safety. The company continues to expand and develop its wildfire safety program to help reduce the risk of wildfires as conditions worsen across the state. From 5:30 to 7 p.m. you can join the webinar to... Read More.
The rebuilding of a historical lookout tower in the Plumas National forest continues on. The Argentine Lookout over Quincy has been undergoing a restoration effort by a group of locals who wish to see it return to its former glory. The lookout stood to... Read More.
Sierra County received a 120,000 dollar grant for a Sierra County Wildfire Evacuation Route Plan and Development Program. The funds come from the state’s California Climate Investment for fire prevention programs and will be under the control of CALFIRE. The 120K will help provide... 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 Plumas Fire Safe Council is taking a unique approach to fire safety education with a Wildfire Safety Tour. This Saturday the council has arranged homeowners to open up their properties to help you learn how you can better prepare your home for the... Read More.
You won’t have to leave your home for this, PG&E is inviting all of Lassen County to join a webinar on wildfire safety. PG&E will present the company’s wildfire prevention plans for 2022, which include PG&E’s wildfire prevention efforts, resources to help customers and... Read More.
Plumas Underburn Cooperative and the Plumas swim team will benefit from a wildfire preparedness fair tomorrow at the Plumas fairgrounds. The Plumas fire safe council invites you to come learn about home hardening, defensible space, and evacuation preparedness this Saturday. Food and beverage vendors... Read More.
Local fire departments and community-based organizations can begin to access 1.4 million dollars in grant funds for wildfire safety and preparedness through PG&E. The company along with the California Fire Foundation to (CFF) have continued their partnership to provide the funding for the CFF’s... Read More.
The Plumas County Fire Safe Council is partnering with Plumas District Hospital in a community wildfire protection project. They are asking for your help in creating a defensible space around the hospital to make your local hospital safer from wildfire. Starting today the council... Read More.