First 5 Mono – Strategic Planning Focus Groups

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In Person Focus Groups


Future Dates:

  • Lee Vining, Bridgeport, and Coleville TBD
  • Sept 6th 4:30-6pm – Mammoth Lakes Library *Spanish interpretation available
    Click here for the flyer

Written in Investment Cards will also available at the following locations:

  • Mono County Civic Center: 1290 Tavern Rd, Mammoth Lakes
  • Mono County Libraries:
    • 111569 Hwy. #395, Coleville
    • 94 North School Street, Bridgeport
    • 51710 Hwy. #395 Library Bldg, Lee Vining
    • 90 West Granite Ave, June Lake
    • 400 Sierra Park Rd, Mammoth Lakes
    • 3627 Crowley Lake Dr, Crowley Lake
    • 25553 Highway 6, Benton
  • Town of Mammoth Lakes Offices: 437 Old Mammoth Rd # R, Mammoth Lakes
  • And others. to request a set of cards, email Molly at

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Grupos focales en persona


Fechas futuras:

  • Lee Vining, Bridgeport y Coleville por determinar
  • 6 de septiembre 4:30-6pm – Biblioteca de Mammoth Lakes *Interpretación en español disponible Haga clic aquí para ver el folleto

Las tarjetas de inversión escritas también estarán disponibles en las siguientes ubicaciones

  • Centro cívico del condado de Mono: 1290 Tavern Rd, Mammoth Lakes
  • Bibliotecas del condado de Mono:
    • 111569 autopista. #395, Coleville
    • 94 North School Street, Bridgeport
    • 51710 autopista. #395 Edificio de la biblioteca, Lee Vining
    • 90 West Granite Ave, June Lake
    • 400 Sierra Park Rd, Lagos Mammoth
    • 3627 Crowley Lake Dr, Lago Crowley
    • 25553 Carretera 6, Benton
  • Oficinas de la ciudad de Mammoth Lakes: 437 Old Mammoth Rd # R, Mammoth Lakes
  • Y otros. Para solicitar un juego de tarjetas, envíe un correo electrónico a Molly a

MONO COUNTY ALERT: Residents Urged to Prepare for Upcoming Storm

Don’t be caught off guard!  The Mono County Office of Emergency Management is urging Mono County residents to prepare for the upcoming weather event.  This includes preparing for potential power outages, road closures, and limited resources.

As storm season approaches, it’s crucial to stay prepared.  Here are some essential tips to keep you and your loved ones safe:

  1. Travel Safety: Plan your travel around storm events, mapping your route ahead of time, and checking weather forecasts and road conditions. Avoid unnecessary travel if possible.
  2. Observe Road Closures: Respect road closures and barricades. They’re there to keep you safe and prevent accidents in hazardous conditions.
  3. Emergency Alerts: Stay informed by signing up for emergency alerts via READY Mono (  These alerts provide timely information about severe weather and safety instructions.
  4. Emergency Kit: Prepare an emergency kit with essentials like water, non-perishable food, flashlights, batteries, a first aid kit, and any necessary medications.  Visit READY Mono for more information.
  5. Communication Plan: Establish a communication plan with family and friends in case of separation during a storm. Agree on a meeting point and alternative methods of communication.

Remember, it’s better to be over-prepared than caught off guard.  Stay safe and be ready for whatever the weather brings!


  1. Clear snow from roofs and other structures
  2. Food
  3. Medicine and medical supplies
  4. Fuel
  5. Firewood
  6. Batteries
  7. Sandbags 
  8. Charge devices

Please bookmark the READY Mono portal to access the most current information related to this winter storm series.


Office of Emergency Management: (760) 924-4633