The Open Door Policy of Plumas County
If you have a successful business, you know that your success is tied to your promotion of that business. Those promotions sometimes take the form of a campaign. It might be as simple as a clothing store advertising a “Winter Coverup” or a lumber business featuring a “Build on Experience” promotion. Local ad media may even develop a campaign that brings community business together for a campaign slogan that encompasses many businesses, like a “Shop Local” campaign.
The Feather River Country website might be new, but Feather River Country – Plumas County – is not. And we have a problem. (more…)
Pastries, Baked Goods and More at Traci’s Sweet Surprises
Traci Downey has been satisfying sweet tooth’s for many years and, in 2009, decided to satisfy her own sweet yearning to become an independent business person. Traci’s Sweet Surprises now resides in the historic Clinch Building, on Quincy’s Main Street, next door to Main Street Artists. In addition to delicious pastries, cakes, breads, cookies and (more…)
The Main Street Artists Cooperative
In Quincy’s Historic Clinch Building
Main Street Artists are a group of artists and patrons who have joined together for the purpose of maintaining and utilizing the beautiful gallery situated in the historic Clinch Building on Main Street in downtown Quincy.
There are currently 34 artists and (more…)
Express Coffee Shop in Quincy
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Casual Style
Just looking at me, most people would agree, I like to eat. Perhaps too much. But for me, it’s more than just about the food. It’s a social thing. I like to chat up the servers and enjoy conversations with those few owners I know. Lucio is one of those. He’s friendly, seems to care about my every-day life and welcomes me to his little restaurant whenever I come by. He’s like that to everyone, he’s got that “open door” spirit. But when it happens to you, it just feels special.
Express Coffee Shop has great coffees, but it’s a full-service (more…)
Plumas County, California Is Feather River Country
Play Here – Work Here – Live Here – Learn Here
Thank 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…)
The Western Pacific Railroad Museum
Under the Conservatorship of the Feather River Rail Society
The Western Pacific Railroad Museum is located in eastern Plumas County’s city of Portola. Located at the top of the scenic Feather River Canyon, no matter what direction you come from, the drive to Portola is always a scenic one.
This is the ultimate family outing: Adventurous, hands-on and (more…)
North Shore Campground at Lake Almanor
North Shore Campground is an RV park and campground, offering the best Lake Almanor has to offer. It has over a mile of shoreline on the lake. The park has been carefully designed to complement the stunning natural beauty of the setting. Most of the campsites are lake front or lake view, and many are shaded by (more…)
Whitehawk Property Services
One Team, One Company, One Call
Whitehawk Ranch is a planned development. This Development lies at an approximate elevation of 4,500 feet in the southern section of the beautiful Mohawk Valley in Plumas County, California. From its inception, Whitehawk Ranch has been planned to rigid environmental specifications and the highest design and quality standards. The Golf Club won the prestigious Golf Course Writer’s Association Environmental Award in 1997, as well as recently being rated #11 in the state by Golf Digest Magazine. Our development approach has always been to enhance the intrinsic beauty of the land with sensitive planning in design, thereby protecting the unique, natural environment so conducive to an invigorating yet (more…)
What Do You Know About Having An Internet Presence?
For the last few months there has been discussion about a website to market tourism for Plumas County. The county budget for this endeavor was cut to the quick and the funding for an existing website was turned off. I’m sure I wasn’t the only one who was a bit confused about all this, but maybe my confusion was a bit different than yours (assuming you are a resident of Plumas County and even know what I’m talking about).
Apparently, at one time, there was a tourism marketing budget of nearly a quarter of a million (more…)
Plumas County: Tourism Central for Northern California
Feather River Country’s tourism industry is the lifeblood of Plumas County. People travel here from every point in the United States and from around the world. The title above is, at this point, wishful thinking. Tourism is down, which has created a financial debacle for the county, which has resulted in reduced marketing for new and increased tourism.
I am calling on all of Plumas County’s businesses to step up (more…)