Public Notice


Notice is hereby given by the Glenn County Local Agency Formation Commission that a public hearing will be held on Monday, December 11, 2023, at 9:00 a.m. in the Glenn County Board of Supervisors' Chambers, Memorial Hall, 525 West Sycamore Street, 2nd Floor, Willows, California, regarding the following:

Glenn County OptumServe Site Closure and Local At-Home Test Kit Distribution

GLENN COUNTY, CA — Glenn County’s OptumServe Testing Site located at Orland Memorial Hall will be permanently closing on Thursday, June 30th at 11 AM. To ensure residents have timely and convenient access to testing after OptumServe’s closure, Glenn County Public Health is partnering with Tri Counties Community Action Partnership (TCCAP) to coordinate local test kit distribution. Beginning on Friday, July 1st TCCAP will be distributing at-home test kits to Glenn County residents by appointment.

Glenn County Transit Advertising Program

Glenn County Transit Service has an advertising agreement with Helen & Company Advertising, Inc. 

For more information on advertising with Glenn County Transit buses (Glenn Ride), please contact Helen directly: 

Helen & Company Advertising, Inc. 

Helen Foraker, Owner

707-621-5312 or 209-304-7917 

P.O. Box 963

Jackson, CA. 95642

Glenn County Valley-Wide Mosquito Abatement District Boundaries & Assessment Report

The Valley-Wide Mosquito Abatement District roughly covers 420 square miles (basically the valley floor of Glenn County). It excludes the already existing Glenn County Mosquito and Vector Control District, the Rice Pest Abatement District #1, Hamilton City Community Service District (currently served by the Butte County MVCD) and the unincorporated part of Glenn County to the west of the Tehama Colusa Canal and everything west of County Road D were the Tehama Colusa Canal crosses.  

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Glenn County Walnut Damage Survey

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Glenn County Walnut Growers, Hullers/Dryers, & Handlers,

The department would like to request that you complete the survey that is included via the link below. Many reports of post-harvest walnut damage have been relayed to the Glenn County Agriculture Department. The damage is being attributed to the high temperatures that occurred in early September 2022. By collecting information, the full extent of the late summer heat wave impact will be documented. 

At this point, the data will be a tool to document the damage but unclear if a disaster declaration can be requested due to the timeline requirements. Regardless, there is overall industry support to know what occurred in your operation in order to understand the full impact that was felt by the California walnut industry.

If you have any questions, please reach out to our office by phone at 530-934-6501, or email to

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Mardy Thomas Appointed New Director of Planning and Community Development Services

At the May 3, 2022 Glenn County Board of Supervisors meeting, Mardy Thomas was appointed as the new Director of Planning and Community Development Services effective May 4, 2022. The Director of Planning and Community Development Services position is responsible for the direction and administration of the functions of permitting, planning, development, building inspection and building services; and to serve as the County’s Planning Director as established in the County Code.

Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) public hearing

The purpose of the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) public hearing is to share with
the community the feedback received from the community stakeholder input during the 30
day public comment period from May 13, 2019 through June 11, 2019. The public hearing
provides a structured process that the county uses in partnership with stakeholders in
determining how best to utilize funds that become available for the MHSA components.

Non-Profit Stabilization Program

More information

The Glenn County Planning and Community Development Services Agency (PCDSA) is pleased to announce a new round of funding is available for eligible non-profit entities serving Glenn County. 

  • Entity must be a 501(c)(3), 501(c)19 and/or church or religious organizatio 

  • Maximum grant award of $15,000 per entity, applications processed in the order received.