Today, November 23, 2016, Dwayne R. Stewart, District Attorney, adds Ruby S. Neumann as a permanent Deputy District Attorney II to his team. Mr. Stewart thanks Ms. Neumann for her hard work during these past two years and congratulates her on becoming the office’s newest permanent employee. Ms. Neumann is proud to be the first Punjabi Deputy working for Glenn County and is looking forward to serving this community for many years to come.
News & Announcements
October 27, 2016 CONTACT: Marcie Skelton
For Immediate Release (530)934-6501
Glenn County Walnut Buying Period Announced
U.S. Forest Service Media Contact: Punky Moore
Mendocino National Forest 530-934-1137
Glenn County Health and Human Services Agency - Alcohol and Drug will hold its 12th Annual “Recovery Happens” event to celebrate and inform the public that recovery from addiction is possible. This inspirational event celebrates the lives of people who are recovering from alcohol and/or drug addiction. Recovery Happens provides a platform to inform the community about the positive impact that treatment and recovery from addictions has on our community.
3rd Annual SPEAKS
Orland, CA - Join us in recognition of the World Suicide Prevention Day. Suicide is the 11th leading cause of death for all age groups in California which equates to one person every two hours dies by suicide in our state. Glenn County will be holding the 3rd Annual SPEAKS event to promote suicide awareness, to bridge services to the community, and to reduce stigma.
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 24, 2016
CDPH Urges Caution Related to Seasonal Blue-green Algae Blooms
Immunization Clinic Changes
Glenn County Public Health provides low cost immunization clinics for our community. Our immunization clinic hours will change beginning in August to better accommodate our community’s needs.
Immunization Clinic will be offered at:
Project bids have been received and submitted to the funding agency (FAA) for approval. Stay tuned for more on this project.
Please let us know if you are experiencing problems with your water well. The information will be used to help us in our efforts to understand groundwater conditions, drought effects, and future planning efforts. For agricultural wells, the Abnormal Groundwater Level Report can be filled out and returned to the County's Agricultural Department or the Sheriff's Office. For domestic wells, please complete the Domestic Dry Well Call Sheet and return it to the Sheriff's Office. Additionally, the information can be taken by phone.