This Week: $7 Million for Greenville‚ Wildfires in AD01‚ and More

Good afternoon –

I have exciting news to share with you all today. Thanks to a lot of hard work and persistence‚ my team and I were able to secure $7 million to help the community of Greenville with rebuilding efforts after experiencing massive devastation from the 2021 Dixie Fire.

While funding through insurance‚ disaster assistance and legal settlements is helping Plumas County and its residents recover‚ the Community Services District faces severe financial challenges in rebuilding and operating its system‚ while it has lost a substantial share of its rate-paying customers in the short run. A reliable water and sewer system is a necessity in order for rebuilding to begin.

The North State has been hit hard by wildfires. Our communities have experienced some of California’s most devastating fires and seen entire communities destroyed. After relocating‚ some residents have even lost homes multiple times. As your Assemblywoman‚ I am proud to advocate on your behalf on important issues like wildfire recovery. The residents of Greenville and all Californians deserve leaders who work to rebuild wildfire stricken communities as well as fight for critical forest management funding to prevent catastrophic loss.

This funding comes in the wake of yet another devastating fire season in the 1st Assembly District. Like Greenville‚ Weed and other hard hit communities will need similar support in next year’s budget cycle. Until then‚ my team and I are working around the clock to assist the communities in the 1st Assembly District who are currently experiencing wildfires. More information on current fires can be found in the sections below.

Assemblywoman Megan Dahle


Siskiyou County sheriffPhoto: Cal FireSiskiyou County Wildfires

My staff and I are currently monitoring the Mill Fire‚ Mountain Fire‚ and Coyote Fire in Siskiyou County which have burned more than 15‚000 acres as of today. For information on respective evacuation warnings‚ evacuation centers‚ and animal evacuation centers, click on the links above for each fire.

The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office has created a webpage with pertinent information for the Mill & Mountain fires‚ which can be found hereIf you have not already‚ be sure to sign up for Code Red alerts on this page.

Please heed evacuation notices‚ keep your gas tanks full‚ and have your go bags ready. Stay safe.

Mosquito wildfirePhoto:Cal FireMosquito Fire

My staff and I are monitoring the Mosquito Fire‚ which has reached 14‚000+ acres as of today. Cal Fire’s incident page lists El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department as the source for evacuation information‚ which can be found here.

A map of evacuation notices for Placer County can be found here.

For information on evacuation warnings‚ evacuation centers‚ and animal evacuation centers‚ click here.

Please heed evacuation notices‚ keep your gas tanks full‚ and have your go bags ready. Stay safe.

Remembering 9/11Remembering 9/11

As the 21st anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks approaches‚ I reflect on the Americans who tragically lost their lives and the bravery of the first responders who lept into action without hesitation. I am grateful for the service of our military who fought for our safety and freedom‚ and continue to do so.

As the anniversary of this somber occasion approaches‚ I hope you will join me in taking a moment to think about all we have to be thankful for as Americans. Even in the midst of the challenges we face today‚ I am filled with gratitude for this beautiful nation.

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Assemblywoman Dahle is Honored to Serve
Butte County‚ Lassen County‚ Modoc County‚ Nevada County‚ Placer County‚ Plumas County‚ Shasta County‚ Sierra County‚ & Siskiyou County.