“Check Your Number” encourages motorist to look up the recommended oil change interval for their automobile instead of defaulting to the old standard of 3,000 miles. Did you know that with today’s new technologies, many car makers confirm automobiles can now maintain top performance with longer space between oil changes? So it makes economic and environmental sense to “check your number” and be sure you are not changing your oil too soon, creating unnecessary waste of money and resources. Check your owners’ manual, or simply click on www.CheckYourNumber.org to easily find out for free the recommended time to change the oil on most vehicles made from 2000-2015.
News & Announcements
Founding and charter members of the Glenn County Grand Jury Alumni Association would like to announce the formation of an organization dedicated to supporting and enhancing the Glenn County Grand Jury.
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Glenn County, along with the incorporated cities of Orland and Willows, is in the process of preparing a Multi-Jurisdiction Hazard Mitigation Plan (MJHMP). Click on the headline for more project information.
Notice is Hereby Given that the Glenn County has completed an assessment of the possible environmental effects of the following described Project, determined that an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) is appropriate, and prepared a Draft EIR analyzing the potential effects of the Project. This determination has been made, and the Draft EIR has been prepared, according to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the State CEQA Guidelines, and the rules, regulations, and procedures for implementing CEQA as adopted by the Glenn County.
On August 18, 2015, the Glenn County Board of Supervisors (Board) imposed a moratorium on the issuance of Conditional Use Permits issued under Section 15.330.040 (M) of the Glenn County Code. Planning staff will be presenting a draft ordinance at the Wednesday, October 21, 2015 meeting of the Glenn County Planning Commission.
Governor Brown has released a Proclamation declaring a Drought State of Emergency for California. The Governor’s Drought Proclamation recognizes the dry conditions in the Sacramento Valley and throughout California while providing flexibility and encouraging the creativity needed to manage water supplies for cities, farms, birds and fish.