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In recognition of August as National Child Support Awareness Month, the Colusa Sutter Yolo Regional Child Support Agency honors the diversity of our families with the theme – “One Size Does Not Fit All.”
The Clerk-Recorder Office will temporarily close its office from 12:00 - 1:00pm daily.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has announced that wildlife disease specialists have confirmed the presence of Highly Pathogenic Eurasian H5N1 Avian Influenza (avian influenza) in three wild birds found in both Colusa and Glenn counties.
In April, the Colusa County Board of Supervisors appointed Dr. Anthony Hobson, Ph.D. as Behavioral Health Director, with responsibility overseeing mental health, psychiatric, marriage and family counseling, and addictions treatment...
On May 21, 2022, Colusa County officials hosted a legislative tour and informative briefing for Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry (D-Winters), highlighting the crisis-level economic impacts resulting from the unprecedented drought and winter freeze.
Financial drought relief is now available to farmers and ranchers conducting family-sized farming operations, and small, non-farming businesses, agricultural cooperatives, and most private non-profit organizations conducting business with growers.
Colusa County Behavioral Health will be hosting an Open House at Safe Haven Wellness & Recovery Center’s (Safe Haven) new location in Colusa.
Last week, the CDFA Integrated Pest Control Branch mailed a letter to the owners of 2,222 assessor’s parcel number in Colusa County concerning the beet leafhopper, requesting access to properties for abatement purposes. This letter was sent in error.
Yesterday, Colusa County Superior Court Judge Jeffrey A. Thompson denied Colusa County’s request for a temporary restraining order on development activity within the expanded Colusa Industrial Park residential development project.
Last month, the Colusa County Board of Supervisors adopted a Resolution authorizing participation in the No Place Like Home (NPLH) program competitive allocation for funding the proposed Rancho Colus development.
Yesterday, Colusa County initiated litigation against the City of Colusa (with Colusa Industrial Properties named as real party of interest) to seek an injunction on the expanded Colusa Industrial Park residential development project.
COVID-19 conditions continue to result in staffing issues, and the Agency must extend the suspension of public transportation services until at least Monday, January 31st.
Effective immediately, Colusa County Transit Agency has suspended public transportation services in response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) guidelines leading to a lack of available staffing to support services.
At their December 14th meeting, the Colusa County Board of Supervisors adopted a Resolution establishing new boundaries for the five supervisorial districts following the data obtained through the 2020 U.S. Census.
Colusa County Public Health has scheduled two COVID-19 vaccine clinics for December, providing booster shots to eligible adults, and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines to children aged 5-11.
Colusa County Public Health will be hosting their annual Flu Clinic on Wednesday, November 3rd at the Colusa County Fairgrounds from 10am – 3pm. This year’s free Flu Clinic will be held in a “walk-thru” format, and pre-registration is not required.
Colusa County has partnered with Recology to host a series of Community Clean-Up Days for Colusa County residents. The first two events are scheduled for Friday, October 29th from 9am – 1pm at locations in Grimes and College City.
Speaking from the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of Sutter Davis Hospital, Colusa County resident Patrick Kittle expressed his regret for not getting vaccinated against COVID-19, and pleaded for his Colusa County neighbors to take the virus seriously.
Colusa County Health and Human Services has launched an updated COVID-19 (Coronavirus) public dashboard to highlight week-over-week local data, including total cases and active cases, hospitalizations, deaths, case rate, and vaccination progress.
The Public Health Order requiring individuals to wear facial coverings (masks) within indoor public spaces in Colusa County has been rescinded by Dr. Julian Delgado, MD, Colusa County Public Health Officer.
Effective Tuesday, August 17th, all individuals are required to wear facial coverings (masks) within indoor public spaces in Colusa County, per a Public Health Order (Order) issued by Dr. Gregory Burt, MD, Colusa County Health Officer.
On August 5th, representatives from the County of Colusa, the City of Colusa, and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the Colusa Highway 20 Beautification Project.
Overall vaccination rates continue to increase in Colusa County, with California Department of Public Health (CDPH) data showing that 48.1% of eligible Colusa County residents are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
Over the last two days, Colusa County has reported two additional COVID-19 (Coronavirus) related deaths on its public dashboard, bringing the total number of COVID-19 related deaths in Colusa County to 18.
The Colusa County Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS), in partnership with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), announced the opening of a COVID-19 (Coronavirus) testing site at the Migrant Farm Housing Center in Williams.
Effective Sunday, March 14th the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has reassigned Colusa County to the Red (Substantial) Tier of the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy.