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Late Fees Waived Until 2022 for Inyo County Pet Licenses

Grace period is implemented among pandemic and new licensing process Inyo County onboarded DocuPet as the new official pet licensing partner in December. This new partnership offers residents a simplified online experience for registering pets, along with additional benefits including a free 24/7 lost pet service, designer tag options, and built-in support for the Inyo […]

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 STATE REVISES VACCINE GUIDANCE TO INCLUDE AGES 65+ | Inyo County Makes Change Yesterday, the California Department of Public Health revised the California COVID-19 vaccination plan to include individuals 65 and older in Phase 1B Tier 1, along with non-medical first responders, teachers, school support staff, and childcare workers, and high-exposure front-line workers in the […]

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State changes Tier ‘One-B’ COVID-19 vaccinations to include people 65 and older, and others…

California News Service January 14, 2021 Groups Reach Out to Help Older Californians Get Vaccinated Suzanne Potter SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California has just changed its tier system to speed COVID-19 vaccinations for older people. The first tier of Phase One included people in nursing homes and front-line workers. Tier 1B has been expanded to include people age […]

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Inyo County COVID-19 vaccine available to those 75 & older* at NIHD (*may change to 65)

Inyo County COVID-19 vaccine available to those 75 & older* at NIHD beginning Thursday, January 14th. (*Subject to change from 75 to 65 and older based on recent announcement from state.) Northern Inyo Healthcare District will begin vaccinating Inyo and Mono residents age 75 and older this week by appointment. This move transitions Inyo County […]

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Tri-County Fairgrounds & Event Center Receives Industry’s Top Honor

Winner of the Western Fair Association’s Prestigious Merrill Award! The Tri-County Fair has won the fair industry’s most coveted award, The Merrill Award, given by the Western Fairs Association (WFA) highlighting the Fair’s leadership and commitment to community excellence. The Fair’s Drive-In and Tailgate Entertainment Venue took home the prestigious Merrill Award during the annual […]

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Workshop Details Inyo County Grant Program for Local Nonprofits

WORKSHOP DETAILS INYO COUNTY GRANT PROGRAM FOR LOCAL NONPROFITS Happening Today! Inyo County will be hosting a virtual Grant Workshop For Local Nonprofits Today, 1/13/2021 at 3:00 pm A digital workshop will be held on January 13 at 3:00 p.m. to provide information about the new Inyo County Community Resiliency Grant program for local nonprofits. […]

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TOML Manager responds to Sierra Wave Inquiry on whether Town’s following state guidelines

Message from Dan Holler, TOML  Manager: The Town is abiding by the state orders. We do have finite limits on what we can do regarding enforcement actions, responding to complaints, follow up, etc. which we will continue to do. We have what we believe to be a significant illegal rental activity happening, which is very […]

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CalOES, California Highway Patrol and California National Guard Issue Statement Reassuring Public’s Safety

State Law Enforcement, Emergency Management, and Military Leaders Issue Joint Statement on Presidential Inauguration and Physical Security The following may be attributed to CHP Commissioner Amanda Ray, Cal OES Director and Homeland Security Advisor Mark Ghilarducci and California National Guard Adjutant General David Baldwin: Following the events that unfolded in our nation’s capital last week […]

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Inyo National Forest Terminates Creek Fire Closure

Closures still in place in the Sierra National Forest  The Inyo National Forest, in coordination with the Sierra National Forest, is terminating the closure order on the Inyo National Forest for the Creek Fire, effective January 13, 2021. The Creek Fire, which started Labor Day weekend last year was 100% contained on December 24 at […]

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