Nevada County Resource Update December 29 – YubaNet


County Roads crews are currently working to plow and remove felled trees from roads in unincorporated areas. Felled trees containing power lines require PG&E intervention. Thank you for your patience as our teams work hard to deal with the impacts of this storm.

If you are in the Town of Grass Valley, Nevada city town, Where City of Truckee city ​​/ town limits, their service teams will be the go-to resource for that area. Please visit their websites for more information.

Check out the Caltrans 3 district map for more information on the condition and closures of the freeways.

Lt. Sean Scales and Logistics Coordinator Roger Tucker in the Emergency Operations Center allocating critical resources.

Emergency weather shelters

Staff and volunteers will endeavor to provide safe and socially distanced shelter during the weather event, in accordance with COVID-19 public health protocols.

Guests will undergo medical screening and must agree to follow COVID-19 protocols to limit potential spread among shelter guests, including wearing a mask at all times.

Night shelters

Bear River High School Multipurpose Hall
11130 Magnolia Road, Grass Valley, California 95949
Supported by the Red Cross

Open Wednesday noon until further notice. Assistance animals accepted. Pets are not allowed.

Understand :

  • Heat
  • Power and charging stations
  • Food
  • Showers

Nevada County Transit Services will provide rides to the Bear River Shelter from the Madelyn Helling Library and Tinloy Transit Center in Grass Valley until 6 p.m. Please call 211 1-833-DIAL211 for more transportation information.

Nevada City Veterans Hall (lower level)
415 North Pine Street, Nevada City, CA 95959
Supported by Sierra Roots

Open until Thursday morning.

Understand :

  • Heat
  • Power and charging stations
  • Food
  • Beds and blankets

Church of the Mountains
10079 Church Street Truckee, CA

Find more information on North Tahoe-Truckee Homeless Services

Daytime warming center

Madelyn Helling Library Community Hall
980 Maidu Ave, Nevada City, California 95959

Open until 6:00 p.m. Pets are not allowed.

Understand :

  • Heat
  • Power and charging stations

Food, fuel and supplies

The county is partnering with 211 to maintain a list of gas stations, grocery stores and hardware stores currently open to the public. Please call 211 for more information. Simply dial 2-1-1 or 1-833-DIAL211.

Do you own or manage a local business that currently sells essentials like gas, food, ice and water? Please inform 211 by filling out this simple form.


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