Mammoth Community update from the Town Newsletter
Summer Recreation Expo March 29!
Win amazing prizes while discovering a new summer of adventure at the Summer Recreation Expo on Tuesday, March 29 from 5:00-7:00pm at the Mammoth High School Gym. The Summer Recreation Expo is your one-stop shop for everything recreation in our community. Engage and learn more about programs, camps, leagues, events, trails and more, offered by our many recreation providers. Click here for additional information.
Town Council Seeking Comments on Mobility Hub Study
The Town has completed a companion document to the 2019-2021 Mobility Hub Study which is available for review on the Town’s website here. The new document (titled Mobility Hub Study and Program “Program”) was completed by using the baseline data collected during the 2019-2021 Mobility Hub Study as well as information from the public outreach conducted in the summer/fall of 2021. The Program is focused on the urban core of town and considers the unique mobility needs of Mammoth Lakes to identify mobility hub locations and amenities, the process to implement a mobility hub program, and potential funding sources. Town Council directed staff to bring the Mobility Hub Study and Program back to Council on April 6, 2022 to allow for adequate time for public comments. Comments can be provided directly to Sandra Moberly or during the Council meeting on April 6 in Suite Z.
The Town is Hiring!
The Town is currently recruiting for a number of entry-level, skilled, and professional positions, both temporary and full-time. Click here for details and please pass the information along to anyone you know who may be interested. These are all fantastic opportunities for anyone who wants to join the Town team and serve our community. Positions include: Associate Planner (Full-Time, Year-Round), Assistant Planner (Full-Time, Year-Round), Engineering Intern (Temporary, full-time hours in summer months), Parks Maintenance Worker (Full-Time, Year-Round), Parks & Recreation Summer Temporary Positions (Temporary, variety of hours, dependent on position), Permit Technician (Full-Time, Year-Round) and Public Works Maintenance Worker (Full-Time, Year-Round). View all the job descriptions online.
Town COVID-19 Update
– COVID-19 reported cases in Mono County rose to 8.1 cases for the week ending March 19.
– The federal transportation mask mandate was extended to April 18, includes local bus service.
– Town Council will move to a hybrid meeting format in April. This includes in-person meetings, with an option to utilize the Zoom format by officials and the public.
– COVID-19 antigen testing is offered 3-days per week at the OptumServe testing location.
– Click here for additional COVID-19 information.
Save the Date!
– May 13/14: 2022 Defensible Space & Community Clean-Up Day Event