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First Significant Snow for 2018/19 Winter

November 22, 2018

Mother Nature has brought us our first measurable snowfall for the 2018/19 winter season. Plows were working all night long to keep our roads clear for the busy Thanksgiving holiday. Road Status Live Web Cams R1 – Chains Required for 2WD Vehicles without Snow Tires. R2 – Chains Required for All 2WD Vehicles and 4WD… Read More ›

“Snow” on Mammoth Mountain!

Is autumn over?  In preparation for Opening Day on November 9, Mammoth Mountain turned on the snowmaking guns last night.  Temperatures are trending downward, and winter will be just around the corner.

Prescribed Burn in Reds Meadow Valley

 From Inyo National Forest Weather and air quality conditions permitting, fire crews will be completing the Reds Meadow Valley/ Devils Postpile Prescribed Fire Friday, October 26 and Saturday, October 27. This 133-acre project is being completed over two days to help reduce smoke impacts. Fire crews are working closely with the San Joaquin Valley… Read More ›

Prescribed Burn on Scenic Loop Starting 10/23

 From Inyo National Forest Weather and air quality conditions permitting, fire crews are planning the Dry Creek Prescribed Fire starting Tuesday, October 23. Crews are planning to complete 152 acres over two days.  The unit is north of Mammoth Scenic Loop, south of Deadman Road, and west of Hwy. 395. The objectives of the… Read More ›

Shady Rest Fields Damaged

 From Mammoth Lakes Police Department We are looking for information as to who damaged the Shady Rest soccer fields. The fields were damaged twice this week, on Monday and Wednesday evening. If anyone has information about the damages, please come forward. You can report the information on our website https://www.townofmammothlakes.ca.gov/833/File-a-Report, anonymously via the TipNow™… Read More ›

Reminder – Reds Meadow Rd. Closes Tomorrow (10/09)

 Summary Reds Meadow Road will close to vehicle traffic on October 9th. Inyo National Forest will work on repairs to prevent future damage to the road. Access to Devils Postpile and PCT/JMT will remain available for those who use trails to hike/walk from Minaret Vista. Visit our Road Status page for current conditions.

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