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Sheriff’s Office Seeking Public Comment on OHV Grant Program

The Lassen County Sheriff’s Office is often called on to travel across rugged desert or dense forests. OHV are an important part of the services they provide. -LCSO photo

The Lassen County Sheriff’s Office is seeking public comment regarding their participation in the California State Parks Off-Highway Vehicle Grant Program.  The 2021/2022 preliminary applications are available for review at ohv.parks.ca.gov.  The public review period will be March 2nd, 2021 through May 3rd, 2021.

Questions or comments may be submitted at ohv.parks.ca.gov where you can review the application.  Direct questions to the Sheriff’s Office may be emailed to Sergeant Dustin Russell at [email protected].

“During this grant cycle, the Sheriff’s Office plans to increase our patrol time in our OHV use areas,” explains Russell. “The vast designated OHV areas and trails throughout our county has continuously seen increased OHV usage.  Lassen County attracts many OHV enthusiasts from outside of our state and county.  The Sheriff’s Office is dedicated to ensuring safe operations and protection of our OHV use areas for years to come.”

 

Jeremy Couso
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