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Public Notices

An invitation to a Zoom meeting for the Albion Little River Fire Protection District Board of Directors on July 17, 2024.
A CAL FIRE news release stating burn permits are required in Mendocino County starting May 1, 2024.


Measure P is on the November 2022 ballot.  Here's a chart indicating where these existing sales tax allocations will go:

Measure P Allocations

Cal Fire Requires Burn Permits as of April 4, 2022

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Cal Fire Requires burn permits as of April 4, 2022
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Cal Fire requires burn permits as of April 4, 2022


Fire Weather Watch and PSPS for Tuesday and Wednesday (August 17-18)

The Office of Emergency Services has announced that PG&E will move forward with a Public Safety Power Shutoff in response to a National Weather Service fire weather watch IN EFFECT FROM TUESDAY EVENING THROUGH WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON DUE TO GUSTY NORTHEAST TO EAST WINDS AND DRIER RH VALUES. A large trough digging to our east mid-week is expected to bring gusty northeast to east winds across upper elevations of Trinity and northeastern Mendocino county, as well as most of Lake county, late Tuesday night and Wednesday.

Estimated PSPS time starts at 7PM on 8/17/2021 and is estimated to be restored beginning 10AM on 8/29/2021 with the largest impacts likely taking place in the Laytonville and Leggett areas.

Downed power lines should be reported to PG&E's 24-hour Customer Service Department at 1-800-743-5000.

Please keep in mind that conditions will continue to change based on the weather and resource availability.

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Fireworks are ILLEGAL in Mendocino County!

Fireworks Illegal in Mendocino County Press Release from CalFire

Burn Permits are Suspended in Mendocino County as of May 17, 2021 at 12:01AM

CalFire News Release regarding Burn Permit Suspension