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Mammoth Lakes Community e-News: May 3

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Town Council Meeting Action Items – May 1

  • The Town Council approved a proclamation declaring May 5-11, 2024, as “Public Service Recognition Week.”
  • Town Council provided direction and general comments on the Inyo National Forest and Bureau of Land Management, OHV Grants.
  • Town Council provided direction on the preliminary budget (Department Requested) that will assist staff in preparing the next phase of the FY2024/25 budget. Staff will use direction and additional research to bring a balanced FY2024/25 Tentative Budget to the Town Council in June for consideration.
  • View the meeting agenda and meeting video link.


FREE Waste Collection Day – May 4

  • Mark your calendars for the FREE green waste, electronic waste and household hazardous waste (HHW) collection day event this Saturday, May 4 between 8am-3pm at the Mammoth Disposal Transfer Station, (59 Commerce Drive).
  • Drop off electronic waste (TVs, computers, etc.), green waste (pine needles and pinecones only) and household hazardous waste (including batteries, lightbulbs, and paint). Items not accepted include: any small or large appliances*, cellphones*, branches and large yard debris* and Tires. Items marked with an asterisk will be accepted at the Town Clean-up Day event on May 17-18.
  • Click here to view the informational flyer.


Meet a Truck! – May 8 

  • The community is invited to come see how the Town keeps its streets maintained and clear of snow, and infrastructure running smoothly on Wednesday, May 8, between 2-4pm.
  • The Town Public Works, Parks Maintenance, Airport, and Police Departments will have vehicles and heavy equipment available for kids (and adults!) to check out. All ages are welcome to this FREE event!
  • Please park in the lower lot by the Pickleball Courts (adjacent to the Mammoth Lakes Library), and walk up to the upper lot.
  • Click here to view the informational flyer.


Town of Mammoth Lakes Woodstove Replacement Program

  • The Town’s Woodstove Replacement Program still has funds available, and changes have been made to the requirements making more stoves eligible for the program. The Program is made possible through funding provided by the Great Basin Air Pollution Control District.
  • Any stove or insert that does not comply with the U.S. EPA’s 2020 New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) is eligible for the program. To determine if your stove or insert model is eligible for the program, look for a metal plate with EPA information on the back of your stove or consult the EPA’s Woodstove Database here.
  • There are two incentive options for the program. A standard incentive of $2,000, which all households qualify for, regardless of income, and an enhanced incentive of $4,000 for eligible low-income households. To determine if you qualify, consult the Program Guidelines on the project website.
  • All interested Mammoth Lakes property owners are encouraged to submit the application on the project website or contact Michael Peterka at (760) 914-3669.


Work Continues on Canyon Boulevard

  • The Contractor working on SCE’s infrastructure improvements will need additional time to complete the project on Canyon Boulevard.
  • Canyon Boulevard will open to two-way traffic again with a shoulder closure on Friday evening (5/3). Traffic control (review map) will be in place through Friday, May 10, with work continuing through the end of May.
  • We appreciate the community’s patience as SCE and their contractors work on this critical infrastructure upgrade.


Work for the Town – New Job Positions!

  • The Town is recruiting for a variety of entry-level, skilled, professional, and management-level positions, both temporary and full-time: Housing Coordinator/Senior Planner, Municipal Intern (Engineering), Office of Outdoor Recreation, Parks & Recreation, and Public Works Temporary Positions, and Parks/Public Works Maintenance Worker – Hybrid.
  • Click here to view the new jobs and apply online.

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