Plumas County Visitor Guide - 2013. Click here to view online.
Trends, demographics, etc.
Alliance for Workforce Development, Inc., Employment & Training Center. Click here to visit their website.
List of Nearby Airports
Reno-Tahoe Int'l. Reno, Nevada (775) 328-6400
Nervino Field Beckwourth (530) 832-6940
Gansner Field Quincy (530) 283-2600
Rogers Field Chester (530) 258-3616
List of Nearby Hospitals
Eastern Plumas Health Care - Portola (530) 832-6500
Plumas District Hospital - Quincy (530) 283-2121
List of Nearby Churches
Graeagle Community Church - Graeagle (530) 836-2405
List of Nearby Firestations
Graeagle Fire Protection District - Graeagle (530) 836-2645
For additional highway information, visit Caltrans Highway Information.
Digital Path, Inc. (800) 676-7284
AT & T Internet Service (800) 288-2020
Plumas-Sierra Local Ne (800) 555-2207 or (530) 832-4261
Feather Publishing (530) 283-0800
Great things happen when like-minds come together. The folks behind "Lost Sierra Rec & Tech" are committed to promoting the beauty and uniqueness of this community in order to help it grow and make it a premier destination to live, work and play.
C. Roy Carmichael Elementary School, Portola
Pioneer Elementary School, Quincy
Feather River College, Quincy
University of Nevada, Reno
Historic Railroad Museum
The Western Pacific Railroad Museum located in Portola is a "hands-on" museum with over 100 pieces of rolling stock in their collection. Among these are an example of the Mighty "Centennial" and a Union Pacific DDA40X locomotive, the largest diesel locomotive ever built. The museum has many cars and artifacts of the "The most talked about train in America" - the California Zephyr. They also have one of the largest collections of cabooses in the country, and invite visitors to ride. For a truly unique experience, find out about the Run A Locomotive program and experience for yourself what it's like to be a freight Conductor. Climb aboard, and enjoy railroading in it natural habitat. For more information, or museum hours call 530-832-4131 or visit the museum at wplives.org.
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