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Mammoth Lakes Community e-News: January 19

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Town Council Meeting Action Items – January 17

  • Town Council adopted the Second Amendment to the Solid Waste Services Agreement between the Town of Mammoth Lakes and Mammoth Disposal Company related to rate adjustments.
  • Town Council conducted a Public Hearing and adopted a Resolution Approving the Solid Waste Disposal Charges and Rates for January 1, 2024 through December 31, 2027.
  • View the meeting agenda online.

Town Launches “Refreshed” Website

  • At the January 17, Town Council meeting, Town staff announced the completion of an 18-month “refresh” of the Town of Mammoth Lakes website.
  • Visitors to the website will see large visual images of Mammoth Lakes, “go-to” actionable icons for the most commonly visited pages, easy to view and click “Quick Links,” a new Town News section and an easy to view and follow Calendar. 
  • To facilitate navigation to the most visited department pages or partner websites, visitors can click on the MMH Airport, Parks & Rec, Police Department, and Visit Mammoth links at the top of the site.
  • Remaining on the site is the popular search bar, with links to the Town’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages. Content on the site is still being updated as are many of the new features such as the News and Calendar sections.

LA Kings Ice at Mammoth Lakes Unveiling Ceremony

  • The community is invited to attend the Unveiling Ceremony for LA Kings Ice at Mammoth Lakes operating within the Community Recreation Center (CRC) on Saturday, January 27, 2024.
  • Beginning at 5:00pm, please join us for the official Unveiling Ceremony with LA Kings President and Hall of Famer Luc Robitaille. Following the unveiling ceremony, watch the ceremonial puck drop on center ice, and participate in on-ice festivities hosted by the LA Kings Ice Crew, with special appearances by Bailey, Woolly and Bucky!
  • Attendees can register to participate in the LA Kings Shot on Goal competition with great prizes and can skate with Bailey, Woolly, Bucky, LA Kings Alumnus Derek Armstrong, LA Kings Prospect Advisor Manon Rheaume, and LA Kings Scout and Inclusion Specialist Blake Bolden. This event is limited and requires reservations – REGISTER ONLINE through the DaySmart App.
  • Hot drinks, snacks, and give-a-ways will be available throughout the evening with complimentary ice skating (rentals/skate aids subject to availability) from 7:00-9:00pm.

Reds Meadow Road Reconstruction Update

  • Inyo National Forest, partner agencies and contractors responsible for the reconstruction of Reds Meadow Road, which leads to Devil’s Postpile National Monument, are ready to share the projected 2024 summer schedule from Friday, June 7 to September 15, 2024.
  • Reds Meadow Road will OPEN at 9:00am on Friday mornings and close at 7:00pm on Sunday evenings for access ONLY on the required ESTA Shuttle Bus (On June 7, the road will open at 12:00pm).
  • Reds Meadow Road will be CLOSED 24 hours per day for construction work from 11:00pm on Sunday through Friday mornings at 9:00am.
  • All Forest Service and National Park Service campgrounds will remain closed in Reds Meadow Valley in 2024.
  • Devils Postpile National Monument will continue to provide interpretive and educational programs on days when Reds Meadow Road is open to the public
  • For information about visiting Reds Meadow Resort and Pack Station, please visit the website.

Be Snowsmart This Winter!

  • NWS Reno has posted a Winter Storm Watch for Mono County above 7,000 feet, for heavy snow from Sunday afternoon through late Monday. Snow accumulations of 4 to 10 inches along and west of HWY US-395 with 1-2 feet near the Sierra crest. Winds are forecast to gust as high as 40 mph, with gusts to 60 mph along the Sierra crest.
  • Call 800-427-ROAD for current chain control restrictions or click here for a list of Taxi & Shuttle services, highway conditions and other Snowsmart tips.
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