Mammoth Lakes Community Update

Mammoth Lakes LogoCalifornia’s Temporary COVID Surge Measures Set to Expire Soon

As COVID-19 conditions continue to improve across California and the Omicron surge subsides, temporary measures the state had put in place will expire in the coming weeks. Read the CDPH Press Release. 

– Additional visitation requirements for long-term facilities expired on 2/7.

– Definitions for indoor and outdoor mega events will return to pre-surge guidance after 2/15.

– Indoor masking requirements will revert to the previous guidance after 2/15. Mono County will rescind its indoor masking Order effective Wednesday, February 16, 2022.

– Unvaccinated persons will still be required to mask in all indoor public settings and fully vaccinated individuals are recommended to continue indoor masking when the risk may be high. Learn more.

Council to Consider Second Quarter Budget Amendments with a Focus on the Town’s Housing Now! Programs

At the February 16, Town Council meeting, Council will consider the allocation of additional revenues with $2.1 million recommended to support housing efforts and $400,000 recommended to be set aside for childcare related project work. The recommendations come as the Town Council is committed to a multi-year and diversified approach to providing attainable housing for our local workforce. Efforts include purchasing existing housing units and selling them to local qualified residents at affordable prices, expanding options for affordable rental units, continued support for The Parcel development and securing property for near term new affordable housing projects. Read the Staff Report. 

Town Council to Receive Presentations looking back at Accomplishments and Forward to New Development Potential

At the February 16, Town Council meeting, Council will receive the annual year in review report that highlights the Town’s accomplishments and reflects on the efforts and dedication of Town employees to provide valued public services. The work program for the year was driven by the adopted council strategic priorities and key objectives. Achievements include enhancements to core town services and programs, capital investments, and housing programs. A copy of the report will be available on the homepage of the Town’s website under News Flash items.  A look forward at several development projects will be presented. This includes projects which are approved, in the approval process, under construction, or recently completed with a focus on larger, multi-year type projects. Read the Staff Report

Leave No Trace!

While enjoying beautiful Shady Rest Park, the groomed Nordic trails, or the sensational views at the Sherwins Trailhead, please park in designated areas and leave no trace! Trash bins are provided, along with complimentary doggie bags so please keep your dog on a leash, pick up your dogs waste AND put it in the trash bin.  We encourage responsible dog ownership while visiting these high-use areas by adhering to the Town Municipal Code. Learn more about Dog Resources, Licensing, Education and Enforcement.

Parks and Recreation News

– Winter Fitness Challenge is ON!

– Register for the NEW Winter Camp (Feb. 21-25)

– Support the Tony Colasardo Scholarship Fund – Recreation for all!

– Click here for the weekly park, facilities and trails Update

– Mono County Little League Registration is OPEN!

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