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Lakeport Library Teen Program Makes Donation
Lake County Library
The Lakeport Library summer teen program donated a pick-up truck load of items to Lake County Animal Care and Control this week.
Lakeport Library Showing Family Movies
Lake County Library
Beginning August 2 Lakeport Library will show family-friendly movies on the first Saturday of each month at 10:30 a.m. in the children’s room.
Tire Amnesty Events Completed
Public Services
The Tire Amnesty Program has ended due to the end of the grant funding which provided Lake County residents the ability to drop off up to 9 passenger tires to select locations around the lake for the past two years.
Middletown Pool Closure
Public Services
For more information contact
Kati Galvani, Public Services Analyst
Phone: 707- 262-1618
Kati.galvani@lakecountyca.gov

UPDATED: The Middletown Pool will remain closed for water maintenance from July 18, 2014 through July 22, 2014.
Ribbon Cutting For the New Live Oak Senior Center
Administrative Office
For more information contact:
Jill Ruzicka
Phone: 707-263-2580
Jill.Ruzicka@lakecountyca.gov

The Lake County Board of Supervisors invites the public to the Dedication and Ceremonial Ribbon Cutting for the new Live Oak Senior Center this Friday, July 18, 2014 at 3 p.m. at 12502 Foothill Boulevard, in Clearlake Oaks. Light refreshments will be served after a brief dedication ceremony.
Free Coupon Booklets for Farmer's Market
Administrative Office
For more information contact:
Jill Ruzicka
Phone: 707-263-2580
Jill.Ruzicka@lakecountyca.gov

The Area Agency on Aging of Lake & Mendocino Counties is happy to announce the availability of a free coupon booklet worth $20.00 (ten $2.00 coupons) for low-income older adults to be used for the purchase of vegetables and fruits.
Library Summer Events for Tweens & Teens in July
Lake County Library
Lakeport Library’s Summer Reading Program “Paws to Read” for tweens and teens in seventh through twelfth grade has several programs and activities in July with an animal theme. Amy Patton, the program coordinator reminds tweens and teens that there is still time to sign up for the program which ends August 2.
Invasive Weeds Tour
Department of Agriculture
For more information contact:
Katherine Blyleven
Phone: 707-263-0217
Katherine.Blyleven@lakecountyca.gov

Mark your calendar! The Lake County Weed Management Area is hosting its 11th annual “Invasive Weeds Tour” on Tuesday, July 22, 2014. The tour is FREE and the public is welcome and encouraged to attend.
Next HazMobile Event July 18th & 19th
Lake County Public Services
The next HazMobile event will be held Friday and Saturday, July 18th & 19th at Highlands Senior Service/Community Center, 3245 Bowers Avenue Clearlake. Hours will be from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
Bouys Mark Shallow Water on Clear Lake
Department of Water Resources
Scott Deleon
707-263-2344
www.nomussels.com

To promote safe boating conditions in Clear Lake, the Lake County Department of Water Resources recently placed white warning buoys along the shore near Rodman Slough to mark shallow areas of water that boaters should avoid.
Landfill Rates Going Up
Lake County Public Services
Pursuant to a multi-year fee schedule adopted in 2011by the Board of Supervisors, gate fees at the Eastlake Landfill will be going up starting July 1, 2014.
Facility Closure
Lake County Public Services
Lake County Public Service’s Director, Caroline Chavez, announced today that the Eastlake Landfill and the Lakeport Public Services office will be closed Friday, July 4, 2014 in observance of Independence Day.
Public Invited to Clear Lake Discussion Forum
Lake County Water Resources
The Forum’s goal is to enhance communication, coordination, and collaboration on important Clear Lake water quality and related environmental issues.
Aquatic Plant Management Activities
Department of Water Resources
Carolyn Ruttan
707-263-2344

In order to maintain the beneficial uses of the water of Clear Lake, the Lake County Department of Water Resources is providing defined areas around the lake free of noxious plants.
Library Teen Program on Guide Dogs
Lake County Library
On June 14 at 2:00 p.m., guide dog puppy raisers Jeanette Frey and Deloris Moore will bring three guide dog puppies to Lakeport Library and present a demonstration on guide dogs.
CAL FIREControl Burn Planned in Pope Valley - CANCELED
CAL FIRE Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit
Contact:
Geoff Belyea
Battalion Chief
707-227-9200

CANCELED - CAL FIRE Sonoma Lake Napa Unit – Control Burn, June 6, 2014 Pope Valley.
No-cost Paint Drop-off
Lake County Public Services
Residents will soon have the opportunity to drop off their unused latex or water-based paint at no-cost at two permanent and convenient locations.
Lake County Mussel Stickers Required
Department of Water Resources
A Lake County mussel sticker is still required for all boats on Clear Lake. This year, boat owners were also required to pay an additional fee to the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) on their vessel registration, and have received a state-issued mussel sticker.
Library Summer Reading Program
Lake County Library
The Lake County Library invites all children and teens to participate in “Paws to Read” the 2014 summer reading program which begins on May 31 at all Lake County Libraries.
Free Library Program - Bicycle History
Lake County Library
Mark E. Perkins will wheel into Lakeport Library on May 31 to talk about bicycle history and bicycle books. Perkins is a member of the Fresno Cycling Club and The Wheelmen.
Library Program - Master Gardeners & Xeriscaping
Lake County Library
Lakeport Library and University of California Master Gardeners of Lake County will host a program with on drought-tolerant landscaping, sometimes called xeriscaping.
Holiday Schedule for Garbage Disposal & Curbside Service
Lake County Public Services
Lake County Public Services Director, Caroline Chavez, announced Holiday hours for garbage disposal and curbside service for the Memorial Day Holiday.
Library Story Time in the Park
Lake County Library
Lakeport Library’s Friday morning story time will start its third summer in Library Park on June 6. At 10:15 a.m. every Friday through August 29.
Library Holiday Closures
Lake County Library
All branches of the Lake County Library system will be closed May 24 to observe Memorial Day.
Next HazMobile Event May 16th & 17th
Lake County Public Services
The next HazMobile event will be held Friday and Saturday, May 16th & 17th at South Lake County Fire Station, 21095. Highway 175 Middletown.
Library Event on Essential Oils
Lake County Library
Redbud Library, 14785 Burns Valley Rd, will present a free program on “Essential Oils for Everyday Use” on May 14 at 5:30 p.m.
Spring Garden Event
UC Master Gardener of Lake County
The UC Master Gardener of Lake County will be having their Spring Garden Event on May 4, 2014 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.
Annual Treasures & Trash Sale
Lower Lake Historic Schoolhouse Museum
The Lower Lake Historical School Preservation Committee will hold their annual Treasures & Trash Sale on Saturday, May 3rd, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Lower Lake Historic Schoolhouse Museum.
Thank You from the Lower Lake Historical School Preservation Committee
Lower Lake Historic Schoolhouse Museum
The Lower Lake Historical School Preservation Committee wishes to extend a heartfelt thank you for the outstanding contributions from the community to its 20th Annual Fashion Festival.
Facility Closure
Public Services
The Historic Courthouse Museum in Lakeport will be closed Sunday, April 20, 2014, in observance of Easter. The Courthouse Museum in Lakeport will re-open on Wednesday, April 23, 2014.
Next HazMobile Event April 18th & 19th
Public Services
The next HazMobile event will be held Friday and Saturday, April 18th & 19th at Upper Lake Community Park, 575 E. Highway 20 Upper Lake. Hours will be from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
Former State Tourism Director Leads County Marketing Workshop
Administrative Office
Twenty Lake County business leaders, many from the tourism industry, along with City and County staff, participated in a marketing workshop on March 26, 2014 led by prominent tourism consultant and former Director of Tourism for the State of California, John Poimiroo of Poimiroo & Partners.
Wildfire Safety Expo
Lake County Fire Safe Council
The Lake County Fire Safe Council and Lake County Fire Chiefs Association are pleased to announce the Wildfire Safety Expo to be held Saturday, May 3 at Jones Center, 923 Parallel Dr. in Lakeport.
County of Lake Hosts Blood Drive
Administrative Office
Wednesday, March 19, 2014 the County of Lake is hosting a blood drive, at the Lake County Courthouse at 255 N. Forbes Street in Lakeport between the hours of 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM.
Gardening in the Midst of a Severe Drought
Lake County Special Districts
Special Districts believes that with some proper planning, determination and willingness to exert a little extra effort, people can garden and retain landscaping despite the possibility of a severe water shortage.
Lifeguard Certification Classes and Potential Job Openings
Lake County Public Services
Caroline C. Chavez, Public Services Director announced today that there will potentially be Lifeguard positions opening in Hidden Valley, Middletown, and Lakeport for the upcoming summer months.
Next HazMobile Event March 21st & 22nd
Lake County Public Services
The next HazMobile event will be held Friday and Saturday, March 21st & 22nd at Kelseyville Lumber, 3555 North Main Street, Kelseyville.
March 2014 Library Event Calendar
Lake County Library
Download the event calendar to see what's happening at the Library in March.
Proposed Lake Tax Ordinance
County Administrative Office
Download the proposed Lake Tax Ordinance that will be on the June ballot.
2014 Schedule for Docent-Led Hikes on Mt Konocti
Public Services
Docent guides will lead the hikes which will include visits to the historic Downen Cabin and the top of Wright Peak. The Docent guides are knowledgeable about the mountain and its geology, history, flora, fauna, and even folklore.
Konocti Regional Trails Update
Administrative Office
On Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at 9:45am, County of Lake Trails Coordinator, Gigi Stahl, will be presenting an update to the Board of Supervisors on the progress of the Konocti Regional Trails Team over the last eight months, as well as the action plans for 2014.
Highland Springs Trails Closed to Equestrians & Bicycle Use
Department of Water Resources
Seasonal closure of all off-road trails in the Highland Springs Recreation Area to bicycles and horses, in an effort to prevent trail deterioration and soil erosion during the rainy months.
Annual Luncheon and Fashion show
Lower Lake Schoolhouse Museum
The Lower Lake Historical School Preservation Committee will present their 20th Annual Fashion Festival & Luncheon on Saturday, March 29.
Next HazMobile Event February 21st & 22nd
Lake County Public Services
The next HazMobile event will be held Friday and Saturday, February 21st & 22nd at Highlands Senior Center/Community Center, 3245, Bowers Avenue, Clearlake.
Public Services Facilities Closures - REVISED
Lake County Public Services
Eastlake Landfill and the Lakeport Public Services office will be closed Monday, February 17, 2014.
Author presentation, Peter McRae and “The Poppies of Mohammed”
Lake County Library
February 8 at 2:00 p.m. at Lakeport Library, Peter McRae will present “The Poppies of Mohammed”, his novel about the heroin smuggling trade from Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Concerns Regarding Quagga Mussels in Lake Piru
Administrative Office
“It doesn’t bode well for Clear Lake or any other water body in California for that matter” says Lake County Water Resource Director, Scott Deleon.
Facilities Closures - REVISED
Lake County Public Services
Holiday hours for garbage disposal and curbside service for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
Libraries Closed for Martin Luther King Day
Lake County Library
All branches of the Lake County Library system will be closed Saturday January 18 to observe Martin Luther King Day
Next HazMobile Event January 24th & 25th
Lake County Public Services
The next HazMobile event will be held Friday and Saturday, January 24th & 25th, at K-Mart, 2019 S, Main Street, Lakeport. Hours will be from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
Ordinance 2997
Administrative Office
Download Ordinance 2997, regulating the cultivation of medical marijuana.
Storm Relief and Green Waste Disposal
Administrative Office
Opportunities for disposing storm debris will be available in the North Shore Area until December 8, 2013. The City of Clearlake has storm-related green waste drop-off at its corporate yard at Airport Road off of Old Hwy 53 until mid January, 2014.
2014 HazMobile Schedule
Lake County Public Services
The 2014 HazMobile schedule is available for download.
Local Author Gene Paleno at Lakeport Library
Lake County Library
On Dec. 7 local author Gene Paleno will present a program about his book “The Porter Conspiracy” at Lakeport Library.
Resources to Help in Recovery Process
Administrative Office
A list of some steps to take and available resources to help in the clean-up and recovery process.
Waste Disposal Sites for Storm Debris
In an effort to help residents in their clean-up efforts and prevent illegal dumping, the Lake County Department of Public Services has placed three large dumpsters at different sites in Lake County for the collection of storm-related debris.
Lake County Assesses Damage from Powerful Wind Storm
The County of Lake and the City of Clearlake both proclaimed a local emergency in an effort to expedite the clean-up process, and begin the process of determining the possibility of State and Federal aid for disaster relief within their jurisdications.
Draft Cultivation Ordinance
Download draft cultivation ordinance scheduled to go before BOS on 12/10 at 5:30pm.
Special BOS Meeting to Confirm Emergency Status in Lake County
Administrative Office
The Lake County Board of Supervisors will convene a special meeting on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013 at 9 AM to confirm the existence of a local emergency for Lake County due to the November 21–22, 2013 severe wind event.
Stay Away From Downed Power Lines
Administrative Office
If you see a downed power line, assume it is energized and extremely dangerous. Do not touch or try to move it – keep children and animals away.
Holiday Open House & Christmas Tree Lighting
Lower Lake Historic School Preservation Committee
The Lower Lake Historical School Preservation Committee presents its annual Christmas Tree Lighting and Holiday Open House Friday, December 13 from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
New Library Hours and December Closed Days
Lake County Library
Lake County Library director Christopher Veach has announced that effective Dec. 16 all Lake County Library branches will have new hours.
State Vessel Registration Renewal Includes Quagga Fee
Department of Water Resources
Boat owners will now see an additional fee on their California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) vessel registration.
Library to Host Broadband Access Meetings
Lake County Library
The Lake County Library is hosting three meetings around the county on Thursday November 14 so the public can offer feedback on broadband access in Lake County.
Mt Konocti Hike November 9th
Public Services
Konocti Regional Trail (KRT) docents have additional spaces for twelve hikers on their last hike on November 9, 2013.
Proposed Ordinance Regarding Marijuana Cultivation
Download the proposed ordinance regarding marijuana cultivation, scheduled to go before the Planning Commission on 11/14 at 9am.
Beading Workshop
Lake County Library
Lakeport Library will host a free workshop on beading on Nov. 16 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Linda Guebert Book Presentation
Lake County Library
Linda Guebert, local educator and author, will read from her memoir, “The Hardest Thing I’ll Ever Do” on Nov. 16 at 3:00 P.M. at Redbud Library, 14785 Burns Valley Rd. in Clearlake
Partnerships Lead to Roadway Improvement
Administrative Office
A successful partnership between the Robinson Rancheria and the County of Lake Department of Public Works, coupled with a grant from the State of California, has resulted in the rehabilitation of the Nice-Lucerne Cutoff.
Proposed Ordinance for Lake Sales Tax Measure (Measure E)
Download full text of proposed ordinance for lake sales tax measure to provide funding for lake-related programs (Measure E).
Lakeport Flu Clinic Location Changed
Lake County Public Health
The location of Lake County Public Health’s Lakeport Flu Vaccination Clinic has changed. The clinic being held on Thursday, October 24th from 9:00 am – 11:00 am. will now be held at St. Mary’s Hall, 801 N. Main, Lakeport, CA
Help Expand Lake County Broadband Availability
The CPUC believes that Lake County has sufficient broadband coverage and has implemented a survey to validate their belief. If the CPUC does not hear from enough people that do not have broadband available, the belief that Lake County has sufficient coverage will prevail.
Clinic Schedule for the Seasonal Flu Vaccines
Lake County Public Health
Getting vaccinated is a great way to avoid getting the flu. Anyone 6 months of age or older is encouraged to get a flu vaccine.
Lake County Community Health Needs Assessment
Lake County Public Health
The assessment provides the foundation for policymakers, community organizations and advocates to more strategically plan services and make needed improvements in Lake County.
Great California ShakeOut on 10-17 at 10:17
GET READY NOW to PARTICIPATE in the GREAT CALIFORNIA SHAKEOUT on 10-17 at 10:17am.
Budget Hearings
County Administrative Office
PUBLIC HEARING on the 2013/2014 RECOMMENDED BUDGET for the County of Lake and special districts governed by the Board of Supervisors.
Lake County Final Recommended Budget FY 13-14
Administrative Office
Available for download.
Mt. Konocti Fall Hike
Lake County Public Services
It was announced today by Public Services Director Caroline Chavez that the Konocti Regional Trail (KRT) docents will once again be leading hikes to the summit of Wright’s Peak on Mt. Konocti.
Tire Amnesty Program - Revised
Lake County Public Services
Beginning September 3, 2013, Lake County residents can dispose of up to 9 passenger or light truck tires free at the recycling centers in Clearlake and Lakeport.
September is National Recovery Month
Lake County Behavioral Health
Recovery march from Redbud Park to Austin Park in Clearlake, followed by a BBQ picnic with a variety of booths and speakers on September 21st, 2013.
Responsible Beverage Service Training
Lake County Behavioral Health
Lake County Behavioral Health Division of Alcohol and Other Drug Services is partnering with the State Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control to offer a Responsible Beverage Server Training. The training will be held Wednesday, September 17th, 2013 from 11:00am to 2:30pm at the Best Western El Grande Inn located at 15135 Lakeshore Dr, Clearlake, CA 95422
West Nile Virus (UPDATED) - Use Repellant
Health Services
Following the mid-June detection of West Nile Virus (WNV) in mosquito samples – the earliest appearance of WNV Lake County has experienced – the virus has now been detected in a “sentinel chicken.”
Landfill Rates Going Up
Lake County Public Services
Pursuant to a multi-year fee schedule adopted in 2011 by the Board of Supervisors, gate fees at the Eastlake Landfill will be going up starting July 1, 2013 to offset the costs of landfill operations and increasing and costly compliance regulations.
Annual Meeting - Lake Historical School Preservation Committee
Lower Lake Historic Schoolhouse Museum
The public is invited to the 25th Annual Meeting of the Lower Lake Historical School Preservation Committee, Saturday, July 13 at Noon in the Weaver Auditorium of the Lower Lake Historic Schoolhouse Museum, 16435 Main Street.
CAL FIRE Suspends Burn Permits Beginning June 17th
California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection
Unit Chief Eric Hoffmann of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection’s (CAL FIRE) Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit announced beginning 8:00 a.m. Monday, June 17, 2013, all permits for open burning within State Responsibility Area and Local Responsibility Areas under contract to CAL FIRE are suspended.
May is "Mental Health Month"
Lake County Behavioral Health
Celebrate Mental Health Month with the Behavioral Health Department, May 17th.
Middletown Pool Lifeguards
Lake County Public Services
The Parks Division is seeking applicants for one Lead Lifeguard and one Lifeguard for the Middletown Pool this spring 2013, for the summer season.
Living History Day
Lower Lake Historic Schoolhouse Museum
The Lower Lake Historical School Preservation Committee invites the public to a Living History Day, Saturday, April 27, at the Lower Lake Historic Schoolhouse Museum.
Middletown Library Community & Senior Center
Board of Supervisors
Dedication and ceremonial ribbon cutting of the Middletown Library Community & Senior Center to be held April 12th.
County Wide Parks and Recreation Advisory Board
Lake County Public Services
The County Wide Parks and Recreation Advisory Board Committee is recruiting to fill the vacancy on the Park Board for Dist. # 4 which encompasses the Greater Lakeport Area.
Ten Steps of Seed Starting
UC Master Gardeners
This informational document is in advance of the Master Gardeners upcoming Spring Garden Event to be held May 5th.
2013 Lake County Walnut Update to be Held
UCCE
University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) reminds growers and others involved in the North Coast walnut industry to attend the 2013 Lake County Walnut Update to be held Friday, March 8 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Scotts Valley Women’s Club, 2298 Hendricks Road, Lakeport.
Medical Marijuana Cultivation Ordinance (2978)

Spring Schedule Regarding Docent Led Hikes on Mount Konocti
Lake County Public Services
Caroline C. Chavez, Public Services Director announced today that the spring 2013 Schedule for Docent-Led Hikes on Mt. Konocti is planned for the following dates; Saturday March 30th, Saturday April 20th, Sunday May 19th and Sunday June 9th.
Rose Pruning Workshop - New Date and Location
Master Gardener
Due to being rained out, the University of California Master Gardeners of Lake County have rescheduled and relocated their rose pruning workshop to Wednesday, January 30, 2013 beginning at 10:00 a.m.
Caring for Poinsettias
Master Gardener
Many of us buy or receive a poinsettia plant for the holidays, but how many of us know how to care for it so that it looks good for the next holiday season?
Winter Pruning of Fruit Trees
UC Cooperative Extension
The University of California Master Gardeners of Lake County are proud to present two workshops on winter pruning of fruit trees.
Buying Bareroot Fruit Trees
UC Master Gardeners
What you need to know to make the right choice! January 2, 2013 – 1:00 p.m. - Agricultural Center, 883 Lakeport Blvd., Lakeport
Supervisor Rushing to Host Lucerne Town Hall Meeting
Board of Supervisors
Denise Rushing, Supervisor for District 3, invites the public to attend a Lucerne Community Town Hall Meeting at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 13, 2012, at the Lucerne Alpine Senior Center.
Gardens of the Future: Edible Landscaping
UC Cooperative Extension
There are many ways to practice Edible Landscaping, even for those who may lack the luxury of a large space or excess spare time to dedicate a garden solely to vegetables and fruits, or prefer to emphasize more traditional ornamental plants.
Master Gardener Tool Care Workshop
U.C. Cooperative Extension
You’ve cleaned up your yard, composted the remains of the summer vegetable garden. Now you’re looking forward to perusing seed catalogues by the fireplace, sipping a cup of your favorite hot beverage and fantasizing about next years’ gardening successes…
It's Not Too Late To Vaccinate
Lake County Public Health
Lake County Public Health has a couple more flu shot clinics available. Anyone 6 months of age or older is encouraged to get a flu vaccine. In addition to flu shots, we will also be offering the Tdap (Tetanus, Diptheria and Pertussis) vaccine - also known at the whooping cough vaccine.
Master Gardener Training
UCCE Master Gardener
The UC Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Program in Lake County is pleased to invite all interested individuals to an informational meeting regarding the 2013 Master Gardener Training Class.
Q&A on Using Library eBook Program
Lake County Library
Lake County Library patrons who want to use the library’s Overdrive electronic book download service will have a chance to learn more about it on Oct. 3 6:00 p.m. at Lakeport Library.
Cal Fire Issues Statewide Burn Ban
Cal Fire
California’s increased fire activity, coupled with the current weather forecast for continued heightened fire danger, has prompted CAL FIRE to suspend all burning permits and open fire within the State Responsibility Area of California.
Fall/Winter Gardening in Lake County
UC Master Gardeners
The UC Master Gardeners of Lake County will host an Interactive Information Booth with the topic “Fall/Winter Gardening in Lake County”
Ordinance No. 2977
Interim ordinance regarding the cultivation of medical marijuana.
Landfill Rates Going Up
Lake County Public Services
Pursuant to a multi-year fee schedule adopted last year by the Board of Supervisors, gate fees at the Eastlake Landfill will be going up starting July 1, 2012 to offset the costs of landfill operations and increasing and costly compliance regulations.
Learn About the Lake County Mussel Prevention Program
Lake County Library
Carolyn Ruttan, the invasive species program coordinator for the Lake County Department of Water Resources will speak about the Lake County Mussel Prevention Program at Lakeport Library on June 20 at 6:00 p.m.
Atop Mt Konocti
Information Technology
A true 360 degree view from atop Mt Konocti.
PACETM Financing Program
Administrative Office
The Board of Supervisors has approved PACETM (Property Assessed Clean Energy) financing for Lake County.
Invasive Mussel Prevention Program Modifications Made
Lake County Water Resources
Lake County officials suspended the use of a new test that recently had been instituted as part of the process for resident boaters to obtain their annual mussel stickers.
Middletown Pool Lifeguards
Lake County Public Services
Parks Division will be recruiting Lifeguards for the Middletown Pool this coming spring 2012 for the summer season.
Keep Your Home CaliforniaKeep Your Home California
Administrative Office
Four programs designed specifically for low or moderate income homeowners who are either unemployed or are facing another hardship, have fallen behind on their mortgages and owe significantly more than the value of their homes.
LCSOPhone Scam Alert
Lake County Sheriff's Department
The Lake County Sheriff’s Office has received a report of a fraud scheme, in which an elderly victim received a telephone call from a suspect, informing him of a relative who had supposedly been arrested outside of the country.
Q&A on Using Library e

Fruits of a Lunch Lady's Labor
CBS "The Early Show"
Local food service director's innovative and healthy approach to school lunches makes national news.