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Mono County Community Support Grants – NOW AVAILABLE!

Mono County, through its Economic Development, Tourism & Film Commission, is pleased to announce the availability of three Community Support Grant Programs. Each is a reimbursement program designed to support organized, established non-profit groups in Mono County. Funding is identified in the 2022-23 budget adopted by the Board of Supervisors. Community Event Marketing Fund (CEMF): a reimbursement […]

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Inyo National Forest 2023 Seasonal Employment VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Apply  from September 29 – October 6, 2022

  Join us next summer as we complete exciting work on the Inyo National Forest and help us spread the word – this is a great way to become familiar with opportunities to join the Federal Service! The Forest anticipates hiring approximately 145 temporary (1039 hours) positions for next year’s field season with anticipated start […]

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Inyo National Forest celebrates National Public Lands Day this Saturday, September 24

  BISHOP, Calif. — Join the Inyo National Forest and its partners for National Public Lands Day at the Mono Lake Ranger District, this Saturday September 24. The Mono Basin Scenic Area Visitor Center will be hosting something for everyone of all ages: from volunteer work projects to junior rangers and interpretive presentations, to hanging […]

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Wildfire Education Academy Invites Residents to Join Virtual Session on Smoke, Evacuation, and Other Preparation Procedures – September 19

The sixth session of the Eastern Sierra Council of Governments (ESCOG) Citizen’s Wildfire Education Academy will focus on “Smoke, Evacuation, and Other Preparation Procedures.” The session is scheduled for Monday, September 19th at 6:00pm. The session will feature guest speakers Kimberly Mitchell, Research and Systems Analyst with the Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District, […]

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IMACA Providing Food and Energy Services, Announces New Executive Director

  Inyo Mono Advocates for Community Action (IMACA) has wide doors open and continues to serve low- income families in the Eastern Sierra with the food bank and the LIHEAP (energy bill assistance) program. They are also excited to announce that Kelly Barceloux will be the new Executive Director starting in September 2022. “The IMACA […]

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Bear Activity in Mammoth Lakes from August 10 – August 22, 2022

Black bears have been living in town and raiding our food since long before the Mammoth Lakes Police Department was established. Bear encounters and Officers’ response to these calls have remained steady every year for decades. With the prevalence of social media, plus better wildlife response tracking methods, our Agency is now able to easily […]

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Temporary Closure of Entry Roads, Trails, and Facilities at the Inyo Craters SiteAnnounced

To ensure public safety Inyo National Forest officials are temporarily closing the entry roads, trails, and facilities at the Inyo Craters site, located on the Mammoth Ranger District during the month of August. A 100-foot buffer area along each side of Inyo Craters Trails, Inyo Craters Road (3S30) and Dry Creek Road (3S22) off Mammoth […]

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Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce Announces Brianna Goico Promoted to Assistant Director 

    Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce (MLCC) Executive Director Ken Brengle, CCE, IOM announced that Brianna Goico has been promoted to Assistant Director of MLCC effective June 1st “Brianna has done an excellent job as our Membership & Marketing Manager, however she has so much more to offer the organization as Assistant Director” explained […]

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Crestview Rest Area to Reopen from Winter Closure on Sunday May 15, 2022

  MONO COUNTY — Caltrans will reopen the Crestview Safety Roadside Rest Area this Sunday following an extended winter closure. The rest area, which is approximately eight miles north of the junction of U.S. 395 and State Route 203 (Mammoth Lakes), originally closed for the season on December 12, 2021. With this opening, Caltrans would […]

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