Dixie Fire (Library)


This page is split between information related to the Library in relation to the Dixie Fire and general resources and help for Dixie Fire Survivors (including information on financial assistance, donations, etc.)  


Library Information

Branch Information

The Greenville Pop-Up Branch MovedStarting June 4 2022:

Greenville High School (117 Grand St in Greenville, CA 95947) - Room #402.

Map for GRV High school site

Public parking is on Grand St.; please stay out of the way of any buses. ADA parking only is toward the elementary school. There are posted signs along the way.

Hours:

  • Tuesday &Thursday: 10:30am -1:30pm & 2:00pm-6:00pm
  •  Saturday: 11:00 am - 3:00pm

New Hours (Start Thurs Sept 8, 2022):

  • Tuesday - Thursday: 3:30pm - 7:30pm
  •  Saturday: 11:00 am - 3:00pm

If you have questions or need to contact someone, you can call the Quincy Branch at 530-283-6310 or email them at pclibq@psln.com. You'll also be able to start directly emailing the Greenville Pop-Up Branch at pclibg@psln.com

More information about any events happening at the Greenville Pop-Up Branch are listed on the News and Events page.

Please note borrowed items may be returned to the Greenville site during open hours only or at any Plumas County Library branch (book drops at the other branches are open 24/7.) 


WiFi, Computers, Printing and Other Services


All three permanent branches have public computers, printing and copying capability, and 24/7 WiFi availability.

Greenville Pop-Up has WiFi during open hours, and public computers (laptops only, for on-site use only), copying, printing, and scanning available.


Library Cards


Cards lost to the Dixie Fire can be replaced for free. If you do not have a library card, you can always apply for one, see this link for more information about types of cards and how to apply.


Checked Out Items


Resolution 22-8679 passed on April 5 2022 to allow all accounts to be cleaned of all Dixie Fire related materials, all lost materials labeled as such in the catalog, fines associated with Greenville, Canyondam, and Indian Falls patrons removed, and any fines associated with evacuations or fire damage waived. We will be working with our catalog vendor to get everything squared away in the next few weeks. If you are currently being blocked and need access to your card, please contact Quincy at 530-283-6310 or pclibq@psln.com.

Last Update May 17 2022: Accounts should be cleared of all fines, checked out items, and so on for all Greenville, Canyondam, and Indian Falls patrons. New fines can still be added to your account going forward, but all past fines have been cleared. If you still have something on your account from pre-Nov 2021, please contact the Quincy Library at 530-283-6310 or pclibq@psln.com.


Donations for Greenville Library Services


The Library is currently taking book donations.

Our lovely County Library & Friends Group neighbors in El Dorado created a GoFundMe page for our Library specifically.

Monetary donations for the library can be mailed to Quincy Library at 445 Jackson St. Quincy CA 95971 or brought to the Front Desk. (Please make checks payable to Plumas County Library; please put Greenville Donation on the memo line.)  

Monetary donations can also be directed to the Quincy Friends of the Library, who are running the Greenville funds.  They can be mailed to 445 Jackson St. Quincy CA 95971 or brought to the Front Desk. (Please make checks payable to Quincy Friends of the Library; please put Greenville Donation on the memo line.)  


Resources     

Last Updated April 14 2022 at 11:30am

Click here for the press release about the settlement with PG&E, April 11 2022 (And click here for a Q&A for more details about the settlement.) The portal is at https://www.dp4cr.com/. Under supporting documents, APN refers to the Assessor's Parcel Number; please click here to get your number.

 

As of December 2021, this page will no longer be updated with local fundraisers and giveaways. Suggested Facebook groups to follow to be informed about fundraisers, giveaways, and other events related to the Dixie Fire: Rebuilding Greenville & The Rebuilding Greenville Resource Center & Dixie, Caldor, Beckwourth,Colfax Fires🔥Help, Adoption, Resource & Aide & Plumas County Dixie Fire Evacuation Needs.  This growing google doc offers items, shelter, etc to those in need from the fires.

The following is to supplement the County Website's resources and falls into the following categories: General Resource Lists  |  Post-Fire, Lost Items |  Homeowners & Landowners | Livestock & Ranchers | Unemployment | Financial Assistance | Housing Help | Legal Assistance | Misc Assistance Pets | Distribution Centers - Food, Supplies, etc | Mental & Physical Health | Donations | Scam Alerts  

  • General Resource Lists

  • Post-Fire, Lost Items

  • Homeowners & Landowners

  • Livestock & Ranchers 

  • Unemployment

  • Financial Assistance 

    • Plumas Rural Services (PRS) is receiving and administering Dixie Fire donations, which will provide $500 per household in the form of a prepaid credit card for Greenville residents who have lost their homes. Applications may be downloaded from the agency’s website or filled out at PRS’s main office at 711 E. Main Street in Quincy.  Funds are available on a first-come, first-served basis until the GoFundMe campaign donations are exhausted. Recipients will be required to provide identification and the address of their lost home to verify eligibility. For more information go to www.plumasruralservices.org or call 530-283-2735. They are also assisting people in applying for financial aid from other organizations.
    • Plumas County Office of Education is now accepting applications for relief fund grants for students, staff, and families of all public, private, and charter schools within the county. The office continues to receive donated funds, which will be disbursed to qualifying individuals as funds allow. The maximum amount will be $500 per application, with reapplication available every 14 days. The actual amount distributed per individual will depend upon the number of applications and funds available at the time. To apply, please complete the online application or visit your local school facility office to submit a paper form. Please send any questions to Brandy Gray at bgray@pcoe.k12.ca.us.
    • Plumas County veterans who are in need of assistance can contact Scott Quade at 863-9599 or Richard Dolezal at 283-5515.
    • Find assistance with the American Red Cross - financial assistance to individuals whose homes were destroyed (though individuals who received significant structural damage may also be eligible for partial assistance) or who need immediate assistance with things like medication replacement and glasses replacement can sign up at 855-755-7711 (Mon-Sat, 8am-8pm.) Proof of fire-impacted address and ID will be required for financial assistance and only one application is accepted per address. 
    • California Teachers Association (CTA) Disaster Relief Fund Grant provides financial assistance to CTA members who have experienced significant losses due to disasters in California. Apply on their website
    • United Way of Northern California is offering up to $500 per household that has sustained 50% or more damage. The residence must be your primary residence. Applications may take up to 3 weeks to process. In order to process your application, a copy of your ID or other proof of your impacted address is required. Apply Online
    • The Rotary District 5190 is offering aide to victims of the Fire. See their website for more information and their application.
    • Bread for the Journey—a Plumas County non-profit organization designed to help small ventures on their feet—has small micro grants available for Plumas County residents to apply for. See their website https://www.bfjfeatherriver.org/ for more details. 
  • Housing Help 

  • Legal Assistance 

  • Misc Assistance

    • California Phones from the California Telephone Access Program (CTAP) provides free specialized phones and accessories for your mobile phone to all qualified Californians. These devices make it easier to hear, dial, and call. (You must live in California, already have telephone service, and requires a doctor or other certifying agent’s signature.) Anyone who was in this program and who lost phone items in the Dixie Fire is eligible for free replacement.
  • Pets 

    • Linked is a guide for preparing for evacuation with animals
    • The Facebook group Cowboy 911 is a worldwide group of people who pledge to offer assistance to others with livestock and pets in emergency situations. 
    • Local places such as the Plumas County Animal Shelter (201 N Mill Creek Rd in Quincy; (530) 283-3673) and Pet Country Feed'N'Tack (362 Crescent St in Quincy; (530) 283-9605 ) offered free food and supplies to Fire Victims at various points. 
    • The Lost & Found section of CareCliq is trying to reunite evacuees with their lost animals. Plumas County Animal Services also posts about found/missing Dixie Fire animals on their Facebook. This Facebook group is also providing info about lost animals. 
    • Christi Hazleton and her family were using the ranch on N Valley Road in Greenville as a place to house evacuated, abandoned, and rescued animals. If you or someone you know is in need of a safe haven for your animals while evacuated, or in need of a rehoming, or have rescued an animal you found wandering, etc, please feel free to contact her to arrange something. (This offer is for free, but food and tack would be helpful.)   (Facebook, 10/1/21)
  • Distribution Centers - Food, Supplies, etc

    • Food Banks/Food Pantries
      • This link provides a list of donations centers, food options, and more outside of Plumas County, including in Paradise, Chico, Susanville, and Sparks, from Friday August 20 - Friday Dec 31. 
      • Almanor Basin Food Pantry is offering free food distribution in Chester at 386 Main St.  You can contact 916-390-7583 for more information or check out the distribution date schedule on their Facebook
      • Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano offers food to anyone in need from 10am-12pm on the first and third Fridays of each month at the Faith Lutheran Church, 667 East 1st Avenue, Chico. Participants will be asked if they are survivors of any of the recent disasters but no ID is required and anyone in need will be provided food. Distributions are held in a drive thru format, but walk ups are accepted. Participants are asked not to arrive before 9:30 am.
      • The Faith Lutheran Church (667 E.1st Ave, Chico CA) will be having food distribution on Friday Dec 3, Dec 17, Jan 7, and Jan 21 from 10am-12pm. (Facebook, 10/18/21)

      • The Community Assistance Network on 176 Lawrence Street in Quincy (at the Saint Johns's Catholic Church) offers groceries on Mon, Wed, & Fri from 10am-12pm and Tues & Thurs from 2pm-4pm.  (Plumas News, 9/7/21)

      • The Southside Oroville Community Center (2959 Lower Wyandotte Road, Oroville, CA 95966) has food distributions the first Wednesday of every month from 11am-2:30pm (or until they run out).  (Facebook, 8/31/21)

    • Distribution Centers - please contact in advance to make sure supplies are still provided and the dates/times they are open, as well as any restrictions or requirements (such as ID) that is needed

      • The Rebuilding Greenville Resource Center 
      • Grange Hall (in Quincy) 
      • Tiny Pine Foundation 
      • Oroville Hope Center (2620 5th Avenue, Oroville) 
      • Paradise Hope Center (311 Circlewood Drive, Paradise)
      • Magalia Community Church Resource Center (13700 Skyway, Magalia) 
      • The Greenville Southern Baptist Church 
      • Sacramento County free clothing closets, school supplies, and furniture programs. More information can be found at this website
      • The Chester Wellness and Family Resource Center (372 Main Street in Chester) 
      • Gigi's Market (in Greenville) often has events/giveaways
      • You can usually get $25 worth of gas per family at Fuel Good Gas Station (in Westwood) and at 76 Gas Station (in Chester) on Saturdays and free propane on either Saturdays or Sundays. Specific times vary and it may not be every weekend. 
      • If you're a fire survivor Bargain Boutique (in Quincy) is offering what items they have to you free of charge. (Facebook, 10/30/21) 
      • Quincy Thrifty & Co has a large inventory on in-store goods (available Wed-Sat, 11am-4pm) and are offering pickups/deliveries on Mon/Tues - just call or text for more details. (530) 283-1762 (business), (530) 927-8279 (cell), or email traciannturner@yahoo.com. (Facebook, 11/2/21)
  • Mental & Physical Health 

  • Donations 

    • Library - Thank you for your support!
      • We are slowly taking book donations. Please contact Lindsay at 530-283-6310 in advance for large amounts for Greenville.
      • Our lovely County Library & Friends Group neighbors in El Dorado created a GoFundMe page for our Library specifically.
      • Monetary donations for the library can be mailed to Quincy Library at 445 Jackson St. Quincy CA 95971 or brought to the Front Desk. (Please make checks payable to Plumas County Library; please put Greenville Donation on the memo line.)  
      • Monetary donations can also be directed to the Quincy Friends of the Library, who are running the Greenville funds.  They can be mailed to Quincy Library at 445 Jackson St. Quincy CA 95971 or brought to the Front Desk. (Please make checks payable to Quincy Friends of the Library; please put Greenville Donation on the memo line.)  
    • Donating Items to Dixie Fire Survivors - General 
    • Donating Items/Time to Dixie Fire Survivors - Specific 
      • Mimi and friends are making beanies for winter warmth to distribute to Dixie Fire survivors. Please mail completed beanies to: Mimi’s Momentary Bliss 101 W. American Canyon Rd STE 508-203 American Canyon, CA 94503. (Facebook, 8/31/21)
      • If you are in Indian Valley and can help do deliveries or if you need a delivery to a donation site please give the on site manager Rick a call at (530) 816-9079.  (Facebook)
      • The Facebook group Greeting Cards for People Who Need Something Positive Sent Their Way! create cards to send to Fire survivors.
      • Places like the Greenville Resource Center can use volunteers.
    • Donating Money to Dixie Fire Survivors 
      • Plumas Rural Services (PRS) - Supporters looking to send donations to victims in addition to those covered by the GoFundMe campaign can send monetary donations to Plumas Rural Services, Attn: Dixie Fire Victims, 711 E. Main Street, Quincy, CA 95971. All proceeds received by PRS via both methods will go directly to victims of the Dixie Fire.
      • Plumas Crisis Intervention and Resource Center - this is set up through Plumas Bank; to donate, reach out to your branch of Plumas Bank and simply request to make a donation to the Dixie Fire Relief Fund, or mail it to PCIRC c/o Ohana House  at PO Box 3005, Quincy, CA 95971 earmarked for this fund. You can also donated directly through their website by clicking this link.       
      • The Almanor Foundation Wildfire Relief Fund.  
      • Dixie Fire-Help Indian Valley Community - GoFundMe created by Miranda Hald and Michelle Clement (Plumas News)
      • The Common Good Community Foundation, has established a matching fund to assist all local communities impacted by the Dixie Fire.  All donations will be distributed to Plumas County agencies involved in directly assisting communities and individuals most affected by the fire. Donations are tax deductible and can be made via the foundation’s website at commongoodplumas.org or by mailing donations to: The Common Good Community Foundation  Dixie Fire Matching Fund  364 Johnsville Road, Graeagle, CA 96103. Cash or check donations can also be dropped off from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday at The Lost Sierra Chamber & Visitor Center 8989 Highway 89, Suites 2 & 3 Blairsden, CA 96103. 
      • Plumas County Office of Education (PCOE) will be accepting donations to support all students, staff, and families of all public, private, and charter schools within our county.  Gifts may be directed to specific support, schools, or initiatives. While all donations are greatly appreciated, displaced families may have needs such as gas, or food, rather than items that may be difficult to transport or that may take up additional space in shelters and/or motel rooms.  Directed monetary or gift card donations may be sent to PCOE attn: Dixie Fire Donations, 50 Church Street, Quincy, CA 95971. Please do not send cash, and remember to include your name and mailing address, so that we may provide a letter for tax deduction purposes.  General donations to support students, staff, and families of all public, private, and charter schools within our county may also be made online via the PCOE Dixie Fire Relief Fund.   (Plumas News)
      • A local resident has organized a Dixie Fire Relief Facebook group for members to share their links or those of other community members who have been impacted. The "Adopt A Dixie Fire Family" group is for families and people that are from Greenville, Canyon Dam, Indian Valley, Janesville and other surrounding areas that have lost their homes in the Dixie Fire.
      • Individual victims and families are setting up GoFundMe pages too. To prevent falling for scams, they are being vetted and campaigns are putting up on the Sierra Institute site (which also cuts the GoFundMe service fees) and the Dixie Fire Relief site.  (Plumas News)
      • If you would like to support veterinarian and surgery costs, please consider making a monetary donation to the GoFundMe set up by a veterinarian working with Plumas County Animal Services.  (Plumas News; 8/20/21)
  • Scam Alerts