East Sierra Valley
Chamber of Commerce
Is partnered with our neighboring chambers and organizations of profit and non-profit status and is pleased to forward their information,
display events and activities to all our members and affiliates. E-Commerce is based on the exchange of ideas, entrepreneurialism, free trade,
free enterprise, mutual transfer and exchange of information, business ideas, tourism, fun activities, sports, sporting, recreation in support
and in helping our economies and communities grow.
ESVCC “Serving Those Who Serve The Community”

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Board Of Directors

President:          Michael H. Welbourn
                              530-993-0453
Vice President:  Terry LeBlanc
                               530-993-0247
Secretary:            Jan Buck
                               530-993-4379
Treasurer:           Bonnie Jessee
                               530-993-4299
PR:                        Barbara Hill
                              530-993-4387
       Contact/Email the Board of Directors:

       info@eastsierravalleychamber.com
                           

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Quincy, CA, September 2, 2016 – For the 33rd consecutive year, selected roads and off-highway vehicle trails in the Diamond Mountain Limited Vehicular Access Area will be closed to motorized vehicles before and during deer hunting season within Zone X-6A. The motor vehicle restriction is due to the volume of vehicles in deer hunting areas during the deer season and the effects of motor vehicles on deer behavior. The motor vehicle restriction goes into effect September 24, and continues through October 17, 2016.
 
The affected area is bounded by Diamond Mountain on the north, heading southeast, the area follows the boundary of the Lassen National Forest, then continues south to the south end of Wildcat Ridge, then continues northwest to Indian Creek, then continues northwest along Indian Creek to Red Rock, then continues northeast to the starting point at Diamond Mountain, as shown on the Forest Order (11-16-09) map. This road closure order includes all or portions of National Forest System roads 28N02, 28N02E, 28N35, 28N26X, 28N31, 28N02, 28N15 and 28N52 as well as motorized trails 12M28, 12M29, and 12M38.
While motorized vehicles are prohibited on all roads and trails in the area during this closure, some activities are exempt from this order as are persons with disabilities using assistive devices such as wheelchairs.
Partners in this successful effort include the Plumas County Fish & Game Commission, the California Department of Fish & Wildlife and Plumas National Forest.
Please visit the Plumas National Forest’s website after September 5 to view the forest closure order and associated map, http://www.fs.usda.gov/plumas . See “Alerts & Warnings.”  If you need more information about the forest order, what activities are exempt or would like to obtain a hard copy of the map, contact the Mt. Hough Ranger District at (530) 283-0555.   
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East Sierra Valley Chamber of Commerce wishes to welcome the newest owners of the Buttes Resort in Sierra City, Sierra County, CA Mr. Jim Westfall.  We wish him and his staff the best of success!

The new owner of the old Country Cookin Chelsea Johnson is proud to announce  her new business come 2017, "The Gilded Drifter." The remodel will begin September 2016 and is expected to continue through the Winter and Spring of 2017.  First order of business is getting the outside of the buildings cleaned and painted before winter weather hits.  Next I will be moving inside to refinish the wood floors, paint, restore windows and replace fixtures.  Beginning with the Spring thaw major work will begin in the yard with the goal of creating a beautiful oasis for both hotel guests relaxing and wedding parties celebrating.  Finally, a complete remodel of the restaurant building will include a front patio facing a beautiful view across the valley, expanded windows and access to the back of the building facing the garden and complete remodel of the interior to provide space for receptions and parties.  You can follow the progress on my Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/gildeddrifter/  

Here Ms. Johnson receives her 2016/2017 Membership Certificate in the East Sierra Valley Chamber of Commerce from President Michael Welbourn.            Photo Courtesy of:  Bonnie Jessee Dickson Realty

                     DISCOVER SIERRA VALLEY AND SIERRA COUNTY

Beautiful, Sierra Valley is open to new and affordable business opportunities. The scenic State Byways present a wonderful contrast to the rugged crest and steep canyons on the eastern slopes of the Sierra Nevada Mountains with driving distances with Reno NV being a short 49 miles, Truckee 50, Sacramento 160, Redding 180, San Francisco 250, Los Angeles 538.  Moving up Highway 49 will lead you deeper into Gold Country and the Lakes Basin area, home of Sierra County’s magnificent Sierra Buttes and Sardine and Gold Lakes.
Sierra Valley is part of the continental crust that was dropped by the same faulting that raised the Sierra Nevada. The overlook on Highway 49, east of Yuba Pass, provides a spectacular panoramic view of this beautiful sub-alpine valley where Sattley, Calpine, Sierraville and Loyalton lie surrounded by the granitic mountains of the Sierra Nevada.
The scenery in Sierra Valley and Sierra County varies from conifer, pine and aspen forests. Sierra Valley is a very large valley, one hundred and twenty two thousand acres covered with crops, pastures, and wildflowers. The meadows are laced with meandering streams and an abundance of wildlife. In your travels you will find old platy-barked ponderosa pine trees that are a special feature in the landscape along the upper stretches of Highway 89 towards Truckee and on your way to Downieville the County Seat. Cattle in the valley share the pastures with deer and other magnificent wildlife. If you’re lucky you just might see a cattle drive. Sierra Valley boasts fishing, birding, hiking trails, boating, biking trails and outdoor recreation galore. Amenities include campgrounds, lodging, historic buildings, and restaurants.
Personal and local, the East Sierra Valley Chamber of Commerce, affiliated with the Sierra County Chamber of Commerce, welcomes you to explore our Sierra Nevada heritage, history, gold camps, ranches, water-channels, and birding sanctuaries. On our calendar you may find or post Sierra County Events. We care about each of our visitors, and members in a personal way. With ESVCC, you are a partner, a neighbor, a friend. We want our Chamber, our website, and our resources to work for you!
VISIT OUR ASSOCIATE CHAMBERS & AFFILIATES, CLICK ON THE LOGO'S/ LINKS BELOW
The  Art & Ag Trail link to the left is the newest event in Sierra Valley CA. Travelers along the Art & Ag trail will be treated to a new art installation in Sierra Valley. Barn quilts honor historical, economic and cultural contributions of ranching and farming to our rural communities. Click on the logo to learn more.
 
VISITING SIERRA VALLEY, SIERRA COUNTY BY AIR FOR BUSINESS OR RECREATION, NERVINO AIRPORT IS YOUR AIRPORT OF CHOICE BY PERSONAL OR CORPORATE JET.
The Sierra Schools Foundation supports the public schools of Sierra County and the Sierra-Plumas Joint Unified School District by providing supplemental funding. Our mission is to enhance student learning, promote strong teaching, and strengthen academic, social, and cultural programs. The foundation raises funds through generous donations from private and public sources and is accountable to parents and the wider community. Sierra Schools Foundation

FLYING FOR FUN, GETTING THAT MUCH NEEDED AIRTIME, PRACTICING THOSE TOUCH & GOES, DEERWATER AIRPORT SIERRAVILLE, SIERRA COUNTY IS YOUR FUN DESTINATION.

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CONTACT HIGH SIERRA CRUISERS AND THIS EVENT: info@highsierracruise.com  Call 530-587-8251  High Sierra Cruisers, P.O Box 11153 Truckee CA 96162
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