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Official Town Partners
The Official Town Partners work collaboratively with the Town of Mammoth Lakes to fulfill the shared community vision of providing the very highest quality of life for our residents and the highest quality of experience for our visitors. Each official partner is identified by the custom logo shown above with authoritative information and content endorsed by the Town of Mammoth Lakes.
Partners include the Mammoth Lakes Police Department, our local Non-Governmental Agencies (NGO's), and the expansive Mammoth Lakes Trails System. The Town is committed to supporting the work these agencies do to provide specialized, highly valued and enhanced services for the community. The Town and its NGO partners share core community values and partner commitments which are outlined in the TOML NGO Strategic Alignment Plan 2025, completed in 2016 that are aligned with the Town Council Goals and Priorities established in 2018.
Mammoth Lakes Police Department
The Mammoth Lakes Police Department’s mission is to provide quality law enforcement services, while building partnerships to prevent crime, maintain public trust and enhance the quality of life throughout town. We are a full service law enforcement agency and responsive to the community’s needs, using both traditional and non-traditional police methods. We hold ourselves to the highest ethical and professional standards of conduct, always treating people with dignity, fairness and respect.
Mammoth Lakes Trail System
The Mammoth Lakes Trail System offers boundless recreation opportunities on more than 300 miles of trails. From granite crags to trout-stocked lakes, pine forests to alpine meadows, there’s something for all seasons, interests and abilities, motorized and non-motorized alike. Managed jointly by the Town of Mammoth Lakes and the Inyo National Forest, the system includes connections to three wilderness areas: Devils Postpile National Monument, the Pacific Crest Trail and more. Many of these attractions are accessible right from the center of town. Explore MammothTrails.org and discover the adventure of a lifetime!
Mammoth Lakes Tourism (MLT)
Mammoth Lakes Tourism acts as the marketing resource for tourism-dependent businesses in the Town of Mammoth Lakes. Mammoth Lakes Tourism utilizes secured funding from the Mammoth Lakes Tourism Business Improvement District (TBID) and unsecured funding from Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) to execute industry best practices and engage in opportunities and partnerships that will elevate the profile of the area.
Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce
Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce advocates for over 200 local businesses in creating a strong and vibrant local economy by promoting business development, supporting established businesses and encouraging new businesses and investment within the Town of Mammoth Lakes.
Mammoth Lakes Recreation (MLR)
Mammoth Lakes Recreation aims to deliver cutting-edge sustainable recreation, mobility, and arts and culture opportunities and facilities for the benefit of the community and natural environment of Mammoth Lakes. Working with government leadership and private stakeholders to identify and develop trailblazing recreation opportunities that complement our world-class natural surroundings, Mammoth Lakes Recreation works to leverage the special funding sources already in place and introduce new and innovative ways for sustaining these valuable assets.
Mammoth Lakes Housing (MLH)
Mammoth Lakes Housing, Inc. supports workforce housing for a viable economy and a sustainable community. Since inception in 2003, the nonprofit has secured nearly $45 million in grants, bonds, and tax credits for workforce housing and directly created 130 rental and ownership homes within the Town of Mammoth Lakes. Through home buyer assistance programs in Mono County, the Town of Mammoth Lakes, and the City of Bishop, the organization has assisted 125 (as of Feb. 2019) households purchase safe, affordable housing. Among other services, MLH provides stewardship of the Town’s ownership deed restricted housing portfolio totaling 39 homes.