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TOWN EXTENDS EXTREME WEATHER BUSINESS RECOVERY PROGRAMThe Mammoth Lakes Town Council approved a $500,000 Business Recovery Program to provide grants to small, local businesses adversely affected by the 2023 Extreme Weather Disaster. Applications have been extended to June 7, 2023. Read on...
MONO COUNTY HOMEOWNERS IMPACTED BY STORM MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCEMono County and Town of Mammoth Lakes individuals, families, or business owners impacted by the recent disaster may be eligible for financial assistance to support recovery and rebuilding. Read on...
TOWN HAS PRE-ENGINEERED AND APPROVED ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS (ADU’S) READY TO GO!Working with Mono County, the Town has pre-engineered and approved Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU’s) plans for the public to utilize free of charge. Read on...
2023 Winter Snow Management Resources and Propane Safety Information
Links to resources available to help resolve snow damage issues and important, need to know propane safety information for your home.
Heavy Snow and Potential Building Damage
The Town of Mammoth Lakes Building Division and Mammoth Lakes Fire Department, are notifying all property owners to be aware of, understand and manage the signs of structural damage resulting from heavy snow. If you see broken or fractured structural members, such as roof rafters and beams, or deformed roof or wall surfaces, leave the property immediately and call 9-1-1.
- Claim for Damages Form
- Be Snowsmart this winter!
- Winter Snow Removal Routes