County extends opportunity to comment on long-term fire recovery plan
Plumas County recently held a second series of community meetings devoted to developing a long-term fire recovery plan with public input. If you were unable to attend one of the meetings held this month, but would like to provide input, there’s still time.
The county is collecting additional input for this series of meetings through May 12 at 5 p.m. via multiple options (virtually, by mail, email, or drop off) as described below.
Please see the County’s 2021 Wildfires Recovery page for more information: https://plumascounty.us/2964/2021-PLUMAS-COUNTY-WILDFIRES-DIXIE-FIRE-
All community workshop materials are posted on the website for viewing/download. Members of the public can also visit the Planning Department counter at 555 Main Street, Quincy, CA 95971 to view and obtain workshop materials.
The County invites Community Meeting #2 input on the following:
- Vote on the Recovery Vision and Values
- What are your Recovery Project Proprieties and where would you Locate Specific Projects
Please click on the survey links above, which are also provided on the website, or you can scan the QR codes on the website. Also on the website, you can click on the “download and print” survey links to print out a hard copy to mark up and either mail, drop off, or email in your input.
Mail or drop off at the following address:
Plumas County Planning Department
c/o Tracey Ferguson, Planning Director
555 Main Street
Quincy, CA 95971
Or email input and direct any questions to: