East Sierra Valley
Chamber of Commerce
                                                     EAST SIERRA VALLEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IS A 501 C 6 NON-PROFIT CHAMBER
ESVCC is partnered with other chambers and organizations of profit & non-profit status. We are pleased to display their events and activities on their behalf. SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM to see EVENTS, ACTIVITIES, FUND RAISING and other messages.
                                                                                "SERVING THOSE WHO SERVE THE COMMUNITY.
                                                                                      CLICK ON LOGO BELOW FOR WEBSITE ACCESS

 Commodities Events

1st Thursday Of Each Month
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Loyalton Senior Center 302 First St. Loyalton
(530) 993-4770

Drive Thru Only!

All commodity events are  for anyone who need assistants with groceries there are no age or residency requirements
Please wear your mask and stay in your vehicle.
DICKSON REALTY, MS. BONNIE JESSEE
NEW OFFICE 411 SECOND ST. LOYALTON
CLICK ON BUSINESS CARD OR LINK BELOW
                     OFFICERS:
 President/Board Director
 Barbara Hill
 Vice President:
 Catherine Puckett-Lundy
 Treasurer:
 Bonnie Jessee
 Secretary:
Bonnie Jessee (Pro Tem)
 Media: Jan Buck

 Board Member:
 Bobby Wheeler
Web Administrator
Catherine Puckett-Lundy
        CONTACT/INFORMATION:
 
                       530-993-4387
infoeastsierravalleychamber@gmail.com
Please feel free to contact our newest members: 530-320-0764
Email:  s_estrada@sbcglobal.net
Please visit:

http://www.plumassierracattlewomen.org
For Sierra County Coronavirus updates, vaccine and other information please click on Sierra County Seal.
          WELCOME TO SIERRA VALLEY 
                    SIERRA COUNTY, CA

                                     SIERRA VALLEY, sierra county ca.

                          CALPINE, CA

                          LOYALTON, CA

                           SATTLEY, CA

                      sierraville, ca

The City of Loyalton CA is NOT the loneliest city in America.
ESVCC works tirelessy for the County of Sierra thus promoting the City of Loyalton, Sierra Valley and all things Sierra County. Therefore the ESVCC strongly rebukes the comment that Loyalton is the loneliest city in America! 
CLICK on California/Star Loyalton logo to view a video response.
Aerial view of Loyalton in beautiful Sierra Valley, Sierra County CA.
Subscribe to our local newspapers for information, mountain fun, events, political commentary where integrity still counts along with humorous and country life articles.
2019 RECYCLED RELICS CAR SHOW AS SEEN ON YOUTUBE: CLICK ON CAR SHOW
Video courtesy of the Film Class, Loyalton High School.
Sierra Booster
P.O. Box 8, Loyalton, CA 96118
Editor: Ms. Jan Buck
530-993-4379

Email: jbuck@psln.com
Mountain Messenger
California's Oldest Weekly Newspaper
Editor: Mr. Don Russell
530-289-3262

        DISCOVER SIERRA VALLEY, SIERRA COUNTY CA

CLICK MOTHER LOAD AND TOUR THE AREA

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.
Discover Sierra Valley and Sierra County California. Peaceful, spectacular, reclusive, Nature and sportsman's wonderland. Sierra Valley has maintained its rural qualities and Heritage having been settled in 1850. Enjoy the scenic drive through mountains, tall timber, valleys, lakes and streams. Stop and visit our small towns and out lying areas. Take in the beauty that is Sierra Valley and Sierra County.
 
We hope you have enjoyed our website and please navigate our Events and Attractions buttons at the top of this page to keep yourself informed of future events and check out the special event flyers posted below in order of events.
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, restaurants and the Milton Gottardi Museum in Loyalton CA preserving the history of Sierra Valley, Sierra County CA.
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!

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VISITING SIERRA VALLEY, SIERRA COUNTY BY AIR FOR BUSINESS OR RECREATION, FLYING INTO RENO-TAHOE INTERNATIONAL IS EASY. FLYING INTO NERVINO AIRPORT IS YOUR AIRPORT OF CHOICE BY PRIVATE JET.
The Sierra Schools Foundation supports the public schools of Sierra County and the Sierra-Plumas Joint Unified School District. Click image to learn more.

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

       events, activities, EMERGENCY                             MESSAGES for 2021

2021 Tour de Manure Cancelled.
           DONATIONS ARE BEING TAKEN AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:       LOYALTON - Golden West, Timber Cafe, Leonards, Whites Sierra Station & Sierra Valley Home Center.
SIERRAVILLE - Los Dos Hermano's, Sierraville Service, Smithneck Farms, Barber of Sierraville and the newly opened Farmhouse Restaurant.
Hearty thank you goes out to Sierra Valley Feed & Ranch Supply for their ongoing contributions to feed the livestock.
FIRE INSURANCE MESSAGE FROM FLANIGAN-LEAVITT
Dear Valued Client,
As fires and other disasters are taking place, our hearts go out to all those who have been affected in any way. We want you to know, as one of our valued clients, that we are here for you.
While our Susanville office has been closed due to the ongoing wildfire, our Quincy and Reno offices remain open. We are more than happy to meet in person at either location, via phone, to discuss your needs. We understand that this is a difficult time for many and we are here to assist you. If you have been displaced and have a new mailing address or contact number, please let us know.
If you have questions, or wish to report a loss to us, we can be reached at 1-800-300-1180 or by email at flanigan-mail@leavitt.com.
To file a claim, please reach out to the insurance company on your policy:
If you have questions, or wish to report a loss to us, we can be reached at 1-800-300-1180 or by email at flanigan-mail@leavitt.com.
To file a claim, please reach out to the insurance company on your policy:
    American Bankers: 800-245-1505, American Collectors: 800-360-2277
    California Insurance Group (CIG): 800-986-9974 - Fidelity National Property: 800-725-9472
    Foremost: 800-527-3907 - Grange: 800-546-8850
    Kemper Specialty: 888-253-7834 - Hartford: 800-243-5860
    Liberty Mutual Commercial: 800-362-0000 - Mercury Insurance: 800-827-1570
    Nationwide: 800-282-1446 - Nationwide Commercial: 866-322-3214 - Nationwide Farm: 800-418-3188
    Progressive Insurance: 800-786-5581 - Safeco: 800-332-3226
    Travelers: 800-252-4633 - Travelers Farm/Business: 800-238-6225
    Unigard/QBE: 800-777-0078
Again, we want you to know that we deeply value you as our client and are here to serve you!
Most Sincerely,
Valerie and Mike Flanigan
and the Flanigan-Leavitt family
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
2021 PLUMAS SIERRA COUNTY FAIR:
POSTPONED:  When more information becomes available you will be the first to know!  Please check back for updates.
UPDATE: AUGUST 30, 2021
From: John Steffanic, Plumas Sierra County Fair Manager
Subject: 2021 Status of Fair
Date: August 27, 2021
For Immediate Release
An almost daily assessment of what the Plumas Sierra County Fair can, or cannot do, has mainly landed on the “cannot” side of the scale. Extensive plans had been made to have the Fair happen off the fairgrounds, complete with a carnival, food vendors and entertainment, and they have all been shelved due to a variety of concerns. Just having a fair event off the fairgrounds generates a slew of issues, but throw in air quality, a new threat of the fire heading this way, and even COVID (remember that?), makes the effort futile.
Fair Manager John Steffanic wants the public to know, “We spend way too much time trying to come up with schemes to have any number of events, and they just haven’t panned out.” He says it’s time to turn attention to 2022.
He also points out that if a big rainstorm comes through for a week, the fire is out, fire camp moves out, everyone gets the vaccination and Mother Nature doesn’t come up with any new ideas, well, the fairgrounds will probably find something to put on. It might be a BBQ, but it will be something.
There are a couple of scheduled events in October, including the FRC Rodeo and the Harvest Festival, and for now, they are still expected to happen. Stay tuned to the fair website and Facebook for up-to-the-minute information.
JAZZ CONCERT:
The cancelled Jazz Concert of July 24 has been rescheduled for Friday, August 27. WE WILL NOT BE DENIED!!
OK, maybe we will be denied. Since I wrote the sentence above, more things have changed. Please stay tuned for new dates.

                                                        MEMBERSHIP LETTER

2021 MEMBERSHIP LETTER BOTH RENEWAL & JOINING.pdf[6049].pdf
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East Sierra Valley Chamber of Commerce: Is Non-Political and WILL NOT partner with, engage in, or involve itself in any political organization, political group or political movement for the purpose of political ideology, agenda or actions for political party or personal gain, profit/non-profit goals or status.
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East Sierra Valley Chamber of Commerce: WILL partner with Businesses, Organizations and Youth Groups/Organizations of Profit & Non-Profit status and will display, promote, support through technology/World Wide Web, forward their information, news, events and activities at their request.
                                                                      E.S.V.C.C. "Serving Those Who Serve The Community."
Let us work for you, JOIN the East Sierra Valley Chamber Of Commerce as we would love to work for you, giving your  business/organization  the recognition and support it deserves through modern day technology. 
JOIN TODAY.  For more information email us:  infoeastsierravalleychamber@gmail.com