Dixie Fire Collaborative looks forward to April 25 meeting with supervisors
The Plumas County Board of Supervisors will be in Greenville on the afternoon of Tuesday, April 25, to view community efforts to recover after the 2021 Dixie fire, and to determine how the county can be an active partner in rebuilding throughout the burn scar.
The afternoon begins with a 4 p.m. walking tour of Greenville led by the Dixie Fire Collaborative. Sites include the sheriff’s substation, Greenville Rancheria, downtown businesses and the Indian Valley Community Center. Photos will be on display of other areas affected by the Dixie disaster that include Indian Falls, Canyon Dam and Warner Valley.
At 4:30 the Board will hold a working dinner at The Spot that will include a presentation by the Dixie Fire Collaborative. Members of the public can buy dinner at The Spot.
The Supervisors’ regular public meeting will start at 5:30 in the Greenville Elementary School cafeteria. Most of the discussion will be devoted to the various initiatives the Dixie Fire Collaborative has undertaken, from working to meet the needs of those who lost homes and businesses, to envisioning Greenville as a vibrant and sustainable small town.
After county officials share their visions for the future of county-owned properties, they will discuss options for moving forward with the Dixie Fire Collaborative. The meeting will include an opportunity for public comment.