Welcome to Feather River Country

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Plumas County, California Is Feather River Country

Play Here – Work Here – Live Here – Learn Here

mapThank you for finding your way here. Now let us show you why Plumas County is where you want to be. If you are planning a vacation, looking for that perfect fishing hole, golf course or art exhibit, you’ll find it in Feather River Country. If you are considering retirement in the mountains or high desert or looking for a new location for your business, you have come to the right place. It’s all right here in Feather River Country.

We have pet friendly communities, friendly people, educational opportunities, historic buildings, great wildlife and four absolutely beautiful seasons to share with you. You may even decide to stay here, live here and raise your family here – and then invite your friends and family to visit you here in Feather River Country. Plumas County has an open door policy here and we look forward to your visit. (more…)

Plumas County Talks: Community Forums

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Community ForumsYears ago, I created community forums where anyone who lived in Plumas County, or wanted to, or just visited here once in a while could discuss anything and everything about Plumas County. It was a website called PlumasCountyOnline.com. It was just a little while later that I thought to change the domain name to PlumasCountyTalks.com – the link to which you followed to get to this article. I was pretty new to website development and managing forums, although I worked as support staff on several forums for many years before that. So, life happened and I dropped the ball and the Plumas County Community Forums was shut down after about a year. But I still own the domains and I have way more experience running forums than I did back then (more…)

Community Connections

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Plumas Rural Services’ Community Connections…
        it’s about time

by Leslie Wall
hour glassPlumas County has an innovative, non-traditional program to strengthen families, support aging seniors, and meet the needs of their communities. The program is called Community Connections, and it is based on the international concept of Time Banking.

Community Connections is a membership volunteer program where Members exchange services with each other – all Members and services are equal – one hour of service always earns one time credit (more…)

The Horton Committment

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Ron & Stephanie Horton: Committed To Their Community

by Stephanie Horton

Horton Tire/Les SchwabWe have been in the tire business since the 1970s; Ron began in 1974 and myself in 1977. Both of us grew up here in Quincy, stayed and raised our family here and are committed to our community. Those of you that come through our doors are our friends and family, so we know how important it is to take the best care of your vehicle needs.

We have owned and operated Horton Tire Center/Les Schwab’s Quincy location since 1999. Prior to that, (more…)

The Cathouse in Quincy

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Plumas Animal Welfare Society – the CATHOUSE in Quincy

PAWSThe Plumas Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) is a private, non-profit cat rescue organization founded in 1999. It was established by a Plumas County resident concerned with the life, health and welfare of felines in and around Quincy, California and all over Plumas County.

With the cooperation of Plumas County Animal Control (more…)

Coldwell Banker Pioneer Realty

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Coldwell Banker Pioneer Realty, In Historic Stephan’s House

We Have an Open Door Policy at 314 West Main Street, Quincy, California

Coldwell Banker Pioneer RealtyColdwell Banker Pioneer Realty is the oldest real estate office serving the needs of Quincy and the surrounding area, from the Feather River Canyon to Bucks Lake, Meadow Valley and east to Cromberg & Sloat. Originally called Pioneer Realty, it was established in the late 50’s where it was located in the “Old Plumas County Bank Building” on Main St. At that time, it was one stop shopping where you could buy your piece of real estate and get a loan all under the same roof. Later, Pioneer Realty relocated to the historic “Bell Building,” also on Quincy’s Main Street.

In 1995 Pioneer Realty was acquired by (more…)

Greenville Cy Hall Museum Season 3

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Greenville Cy Hall Memorial Museum Season Three is Beginning!

Museum DrawingMemorial Day marks the beginning of summer plans and the anticipation of fun outdoors. We have that same sense of hope and optimism because Memorial Day Weekend marks the beginning of the Museum’s third Season.

We want to offer a special invitation for you to come join us Friday, May 25th at 5 p.m. for the celebration of our (more…)

Bargain Boutique

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Plumas District Hospital Volunteers

Those who can, do. Those can do more, volunteer.

Bargain BoutiqueMore than 100 members support the goal of the Volunteers to raise funds for the benefit of Plumas District Hospital and its patients.

Founded in 1978, the Volunteers have donated equipment to the hospital valued in the many hundreds of thousands of dollars. The PDH Volunteers are women and men who live in the hospital district (more…)

Plumas County Museums

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Discover Plumas County History

Quincy MuseumDiscover how people have lived, worked and played in the small communities of Plumas County. Explore 10 museums within a 50-mile radius of Quincy.

You’ll learn stories of Native American Maidu, gold seeking miners, Chinese immigrants, timber falling lumberjacks, pioneer families, cowboys and (more…)

Ayoob’s Inc. of Quincy

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Ayoob’s Inc. – Main Street Styles

Ayoob'sAyoob’s has a long history of family business in Plumas County. Now known as Ayoob’s Inc., Main Street Styles, it is still a family run business in Quincy, across from the Court House. Owners, Charlotte and Ashley, have operated the clothing store since 2007. Remodeled and revived, the store carries a number of brand-name merchandise for the stylish woman and the well dressed man of all ages.

Charlotte and Ashley also stock a quality selection (more…)