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NEW Town of Mammoth Lakes Community Host Program

Hello winter trail users! Winter is here and we are working hard to prepare for the amazing winter storms to come. Our team is working to adapt our successful Trail Host program for winter. You will see our team out as Trail Hosts on the Winter Trails in Shady Rest and other trail system facilities. The NEW Community Host program effort will focus on keeping our community clean and providing residents and visitors with good information. The Community Hosts will be working in places where people seek information about public transit, shopping centers, and other services. We want to make sure that people feel welcome and safe as our community adapts to change. Please review information about the Host Programs here.

The main goal of the Host program is to help people enjoy Mammoth Lakes safely. We provide information, clean up litter, and collect data related to trail facilities and trail use. There are volunteer opportunities for people who want to work with staff to contribute to these efforts. Explore opportunities to volunteer with one of our knowledgeable Trail Hosts. We have a lot of fun working together!

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As of November 18th, the uncontained Mountain View Fire has burned nearly 30,000 acres near the Antelope Valley communities of Coleville, Walker and Topaz. At least 60 homes and other structures have been destroyed, and more than 100 families and individuals have been displaced. Immediate assistance is needed.

Please join us in supporting our neighbors impacted by the Mountain View Fire. Relief fund information can be found on the Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce page (scroll down slightly on this page for relief fund information).

Photo by: Martha Witters