Greenville area lifted from evacuation orders

The Plumas County Sheriff’s Office lifted evacuation orders for the Greenville area on Friday afternoon.

Posted: Sep 3, 2021 2:02 PM
Updated: Sep 3, 2021 4:58 PM

GREENVILLE, Calif. - The Greenville area has been lifted from a mandatory evacuation order, according to the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office.

This includes Wolf Creek Rd., Hideaway Rd., Round Valley Rd., Williams Valley Rd. and south to Stampfli Ln. including Pioneer Rd. and Forgay Rd.

People returning to the area should stay aware as they might see hotspots for some time. They should reduce speed and drive with headlights on.

Taylorsville is still in an evacuation order and the National Forest is still closed.

For more information about the Dixie Fire, click here.

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The next in a series of storms is approaching northern California tonight, and we'll have more rainy weather in the valley overnight with mountain snow. Showers will still fall Wednesday, with many more rain chances ahead.
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