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"Explore-It" T-shirt

We have short sleeve and long sleeve T-shirts and very cool sweatshirts in stock.

An inventory of T-shirts is available at Trinity Center General Store.

Email us if you are interested in a long sleeve shirt or a sweatshirt.

See our current inventory, colors, pricing, and photos.

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Trinity Lake Report

5/20/19 - They started dumping the lake again, while the latest round of storms tries to keep up. The lake slipped a few inches overnight, and is just below 2,365', a bit over 5' down from the spillway, still 97% full, 114% of average for the date. We actually got several inches of new snow above 5,000' to help counter the dumping. The creeks are still roaring as the storm runoff and snowmelt makes it down the mountains. It is not clear yet if there is enough snow to make up for the water wasted down the river come mid to late June, particularly since they are ramping up the dumping of the lake this weekend. Nevertheless, this should be a great boating season!

Trinity Center ramp is closed at least until at least Memorial Day for the widening, repaving and rennovation project. Minersville ramp is open. The exposed ramp paving is complete. The parking lot remains to be paved, but between locals driving on the road base and the new precipitation, paving has been delayed. The lower portion of the ramp may have to wait until after summer season. However, the ramp should be open this coming summer for boating season, and we hope the lower portion of the ramp is completed next fall.

Here is a graph of historic lake elevation (updated 5/16) showing spillway and Trinity Center ramp elevations. (The gaps in the line on the graph are due to missing or bad data in the state's database.)

Notice: The Trinity Center CSD Is Looking For
Candidates To Fill A Board Vacancy

After over a decade of service to the community as a board member of TCCSD, Glen Ahmann has decided to retire from the board. He and his wife have a home in Eureka and spend much time there making board meetings difficult to attend.

Therefore, the board is seeking candidates who would like to help manage the TCCSD. The successful applicant will serve the remainder of Glen's term which expires in December 2020.

Here is a notice of the opening and information on how to apply.

Trinity County Code Enforcement
Here are a few quick links to documents on the Trinity County website:

Bay Delta Conservation Plan and Delta Tunnels
Stop The TunnelsControversy continues as more people become aware of the Governor's proposal to divert Northern Calif water south through two 32-foot diameter tunnels under the Delta. You can read much about this plan on our Stop the Tunnels page. Below are some recent articles and news:


Stop The Tunnels

North Lake Community Action

View the TLRA page for a list of positioning letters, EIR/EIS comments, and community meeting presentations. Community Meeting logo


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