Public comments sought
Quincy, CA – March 4, 2016 – Plumas National Forest law enforcement officers are seeking public comments on their proposal for the 2015/2016 California Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) grant program. The grant would provide for signage, public education, safety programs, special off-highway event support and patrol operations for trails and facilities associated with the PNF recreation program.
People may provide feedback & comment on the grant proposal to be posted on the State Parks website March 8th through April 4th, 2016. To review the grant application, go to http://www.parks.ca.gov/ and click on the link to review the preliminary applications. Final applications are due to the State of California on May 2nd, 2016.
The PNF summer OHV program consists of over 4,000 miles of roads available for summer OHV touring and developed OHV camps at Gold Lake, Poker Flat, Stag Point, American House & Cleghorn Bar.
The PNF winter snowmobile program consists of: three winter recreation areas (Bucks Lake, La Porte, and Lakes Basin) consisting of 195 miles of groomed snowmobile trails with an active volunteer grooming program; winter staging areas at Lakes Basin, Bucks Summit, Big Creek and La Porte; warming huts at the La Porte staging area, Four-Trees, and four trailside warming huts associated with the La Porte trail system.
Written comments and requests for more information may be directed to: Plumas National Forest, Attn: Chris Holland, 159 Lawrence Street, Quincy, CA 95971, by close of business on April 4th, 2016.
For other information about the Plumas National Forest, please visit: http://www.fs.usda.gov/plumas .