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County takes next steps on Measure Z

DreamQuest youth ballet in scenes from the Nutcracker

Enrollment in Covered CA begins Nov. 15

Sheriff Downey promotes five

District Attorney wraps up 2 cases

Sign up for the Master Food Preserver program with UCCE

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Rain, Floods Hit Humboldt County

Humboldt County saw significant rainfall and stormy conditions over the last 24 hours, and while several rivers were expected to flood later today it appears the impacts will be less than previously forecast. While the storm did not hit as hard as anticipated, it's important you are prepared and informed so you take appropriate actions before, during and after significant flood events, especially if you are in a low-lying part of the county.

The Sheriff's Office offers these preventive measures.
Van Duzen River at Bridgeville were forecast to flood last night.

See aerial photos of the county provided by the Coast Guard when we had a very high tide last week. They start at Mad River and head south to Eel River.

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Our Missions: Sheriff's Office

We, the members of the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office, are committed to providing competent, effective, and responsive public safety services to the citizens of Humboldt County and visitors to our community, recognizing our responsibility to maintain order, while affording dignity and respect to all persons, holding ourselves to the highest of professional and ethical standards.
 
Non-emergency Numbers
Anonymous Tip Line: 707-268-2539
Eureka: 707-445-7251
Garberville: 707-923-2761
McKinleyville: 707-839-3857

Measure Z Passes, Advisory Committee Outlined

On Nov. 4 voters passed Measure Z, the county's public safety/essential services measure, with more than 55 percent voting in favor. The Board of Supervisors has begun forming an advisory committee to give recommendations on how Measure Z funds should be spent. The committee will consist of the following:
  • 1 member from each supervisorial district
  • 2 at-large selections
  • 1 nominated by the Sheriff
  • 1 nominated by the Fire Chiefs Association

Drought kits donated to help low-income residents

A big storm is upon us now but that does not mean the drought is over. The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received 400 drought tool kits from The Home Depot to help low-income California households conserve our limited water resources during the statewide drought emergency. Read more.

DreamQuest youth ballet in scense from the Nutcracker


A short program of scenes from the classic Christmas ballet story, the Nutcracker, performed by young artists from DreamQuest. Bring your children to add an extra touch of magic to their winter season, and to enjoy the exuberance and grace of the DreamQuest dancers. Read More.          More Library events

Public Works gets ready for Trucker Parade in Eureka


On the 2nd Saturday each December, thousands of people line the streets of Eureka and delight at the evening spectacle of huge trucks adorned in holiday lights. The parade starts at 6 p.m. at Redwood Acres and lasts until about 8:30 p.m. Read More.

Granicus hit with cyber attack, Board agendas temporarily unavailable

Granicus, the company that stores and presents the agendas and minutes for the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors, was hit by a cyber attack earlier this month and experienced system-wide problems. As a result, Board agendas were unavailable until Granicus fixed the problem on Monday night. Read More.

Covered California enrollment begins Nov. 15

Saturday, Nov. 15 marks the start of open enrollment in Covered California insurance plans. Under the provisions of the Affordable Care Act, all state residents—even those with pre-existing conditions and those unable to afford medical coverage in the past—can qualify for coverage. Read more

Sheriff Downey promotes five due to recent vacancies

Effective Nov. 24, two Sheriff’s Office Sergeants, Kevin Miller and Dennis Young, will be promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. Corporals Jesse Taylor, Justin Braud and Detective Samuel Williams will be promoted to the rank of Sergeant. Read more.

District Attorney wraps up two cases

In one case a Jury convicts Workman of felony assault with a deadly weapon. In another, no charges were filed in the shooting of Thomas McClain. Read more.

Master Food Preserver program to begin in February

Master Food Preservers are trained, dedicated volunteers who help educate the community about food safety and home food preservation using up-to-date, scientifically sound methods. If you enjoy preserving food, contact our local University of California Cooperative Extension Office. Read more
OTHER USEFUL LINKS AND INFORMATION
- Information and agendas for the
  Humboldt County Board of Supervisors
- Library Events for Adults and Events for Children
- Employment with Humboldt County
  Current Recruitments page
- Humboldt County Road Conditions 
- Humboldt County Highway Projects
  and Highway Bulletins
Other local and government links in Humboldt County
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