Last Wednesday morning, in a remote valley of the rugged Trinity Mountains, a couple dozen volunteers pulled their cars onto the dusty gravel road that dead-ends between the South Fork Trinity River and the Hyampom Airport. It's a landing strip, 1,250-feet high, in the middle of the Trinity National Forest.
News and events in Trinity County that involve the Trinity County Sheriff's Department and other law enforcement agencies.
The following reports are the official Press Releases from the Trinity County Sheriff's Department and posted when we receive them.
In an effort to help local contractors, engineers, property managers and other businesses comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the County of Humboldt will be providing a free workshop on the subject in July. Humboldt County is moving forward with one of the Housing Element’s implementation programs that would allow qualified unpermitted homes to become permitted through a “Safe Homes” program. Humboldt County Public Works Department invites you to take personal action to protect California’s waterways from boating pollution by completing a short Clean Boating Quiz.
This educational tool will test your knowledge on clean boating practices and pro...
The RDEIR is available for public review on the county’s website at and available in hardcopy ... Elvine-Kreis to a judgeship in the Humboldt County Superior Court.
From the Governor’s Press Office Governor Edmund G. Elvine-Kreis, 47, of Arcata, has been supervising attorney at the Humbol...Navigating the county’s permitting process just became a little easier this week as two different permitting agencies are now helping customers from the same location. 1, you can now get services from the Planning & Building Department ...The Humboldt County Office of Emergency Services (OES) is now working with Everbridge, the worldwide leader in unified critical communications, to keep residents, staff and emergency personnel safe and informed with quick and reliable emergency notificati...The Pathologist located nothing on Dial’s remains which appeared to indicate that she had been the victim of any crime.The cause of Dial’s death is pending a toxicology screening.The volunteers — mostly from environmental groups, along with a couple of journalists — had come hundreds of miles, from Garberville, Arcata, Fresno and beyond, to help the U. Forest Service clean up a nearby marijuana grow site that had been busted and abandoned in August.