On Thursday November 21st, District 2 Supervisor Ed Scofield, Health and Human Services staff, Heather Heckler from 211 Connecting Point and Ana Acton of FREED met with the residents of Forest Springs Mobile Home Park to discuss the recent PG&E Power Shutoffs (PSPS) and the community resources available.
Being prepared and staying informed is the number one way to address individual and community needs. Resources to prepare for PSPS and other emergencies are available at www.readynevadacounty.org.
Connecting Point 211 is the go- to number to get up to date information and to inquire about community resources that may be available to assist you. It's as simple as dialing 211 or visiting their website at https://211connectingpoint.org/.
For up to date information on PSPS and other events you can receive updates from Nevada County Office of Emergency Services by subscribing to email or text alerts at: https://www.mynevadacounty.com/StayInformed
You can also get additional resources and tips on their Website at: https://www.mynevadacounty.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=2474
For questions about this article please call Tamaran Cook at 530-265-7160