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TOWN OF MAMMOTH LAKES ISSUES EVACUATION WARNING FOR SNOW DAMAGED STRUCTURESThe Town of Mammoth Lakes issued an Evacuation Warning on March 16, 2023 for snow damaged properties that pose a potential threat to life and property. Read on...
HEAVY SNOW LOAD ON ROOFS – CRITICAL LIFE-SAFETY THREAT!The Town of Mammoth Lakes Building Division and the 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. Read on...
TOWN MANAGER DECLARES THE EXISTENCE OF A LOCAL EMERGENCY IN MAMMOTH LAKES FROM WINTER SNOWSTORMSOn March 3, 2023, Town Manager Daniel C. Holler declared by proclamation the existence of a local emergency in the Town of Mammoth Lakes. Read on...
2023 Snow Damage Resources
Links to resources available to help resolve snow damage issues and important, need to know propane safety information for your home.
Mono County / Town of Mammoth Lakes Winter Damage Assessment Form
The Mono County Office of Emergency Management has developed a Damage Assessment Form to determine whether your property is safe from excessive snow load and to collect information from property owners and businesses who have experienced damage to their property as a result of the recent series of storms. Please call (760) 965-3629 to speak with a representative for assistance completing the form.
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!