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Clean up partnership with LADWP and USFS to clean up lands at Mono County Grant Valley Reservoir

June 4, 2021 (Mono County, CA) – Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) proudly partnered with the United States Forest Service (USFS) to clean up National Forest System lands at Grant Lake Reservoir in Mono County. The clean-up effort, which also included installing signage to ensure current fire restrictions and sustainable recreation practices […]

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Caltrans Lane Closure Report, Week of 6/8– 6/12 for Inyo, Mono & Eastern Kern Counties

Special Note on June Lake Loop: May 2020 Work Accomplished: Multiple culverts have been installed and the road widening has started. The survey crew were able to establish control and have set clearing limits for the construction project. In-stream dewatering was completed for two large culverts; one to be repaired and the other replaced. Crews […]

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Snowman alert! It’s the June Lake Loop Winter Festival

Press release Back for its eighth consecutive year, the June Lake Loop Winter Festival invites families and friends to celebrate snow on Saturday, March 2 with a snowman-building extravaganza. “The June Lake Loop Chamber of Commerce invites everyone to come check out the amazing snow we’ve received this year and spend some quality time in The […]

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Portion of State Route 158 closed due to mudslide

Caltrans news release Bishop – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) would like to inform the traveling public that State Route 158 (June Lake Loop) is closed between Silver Lake and Grant Lake. The official location is 7.3 miles south of the north junction of SR 158 & US Hwy 395.  A large mud slide […]

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Update: Grant Fire 100 percent contained

The Grant Fire is 400 acres and 100% contained Thursday evening. Fire crews will continue to patrol the fire perimeter in the upcoming days. The Parker Bench Trail, between the Parker Lake Trailhead and the Rush Creek Trailhead, were scheduled to re-open Friday at 6:00 am. The forest continues to experiencing substantial lightning activity and crews […]

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