Office of Emergency Services

Mission Statement: To provide effective and collaborative emergency operations within the Pit River Tribe’s ancestral boundaries using our existing resources to the maximum extent possible. Provide information and updates on natural disasters that may affect tribal members.

Contact information:
Zalynn Baker, Director
Pit River Tribe Office of Emergency Services
36970 Park Ave., Burney, CA 96013
(530) 335- 5421, Ext. 1502
(530) 782-3559 Mobile
OES@pitrivertribe.org

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The Pit River Tribe has received notice it will be receiving nearly $150,000 from CalOES to supply back up generation to the Administration building, Services building, OES building and Solid Waste building. We look forward to expanding out to further areas within Pit River Tribal land in future grant efforts. ... See MoreSee Less
The Pit River Tribe has received notice it will be receiving nearly $150,000 from CalOES to supply back up generation to the Administration building, Services building, OES building and Solid Waste building.  We look forward to expanding out to further areas within Pit River Tribal land in future grant efforts.
*** 4 New Cases ***
Pit River Health reported 4 new case today. COVID-19 is an aggressive and unpredictable virus that effects everyone differently. What might feel like a mild cold to you, may threaten another person’s life. If you are experiencing any symptoms, even mild symptoms, please isolate immediately and call your provider to make an appointment to test.
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*** 4 New Cases ***
Pit River Health reported 4 new case today. COVID-19 is an aggressive and unpredictable virus that effects everyone differently. What might feel like a mild cold to you, may threaten another person’s life. If you are experiencing any symptoms, even mild symptoms, please isolate immediately and call your provider to make an appointment to test.

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Wearing masks 😷 to #StoptheSpread of #COVID19 is more important now than ever! Be sure to wear a mask that fits snugly over your mouth and nose when in public or around anyone outside your household. Keep it fun by finding masks that show off your personality or #tribal flair. For more about the importance of masks, watch at https://bit.ly/3ayd63x or check out https://bit.ly/3joUUuL #stopthespread

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