July 31, 2018 (Hoopa, CA) – Click here to go to the USFS air/fire monitoring station

July 31, 2018 – Click here to go to the Tribe’s Environmental Program webpage.

August 3, 2018 (Hoopa, CA) – “To better prepare for current and any imminent smoke danger, The Hoopa Fire Department and Office of Emergency Services has developed a system in downtown Hoopa to help announce the daily local air quality. Each morning, the flag in front of the Hoopa Police Department may change to indicate the predicted air quality for that day as forecast by the US Forest Service Air Resource Advisor (ARA). Pictured below is the list of flag colors and their respective meaning.

Thanks to TEPA, the Hoopa Tribal Police Department, the Hoopa Fire Department and Office of Emergency Services, and K’ima:w Medical Center for implementing the flag system to keep the community informed! If anyone has any questions, please feel free to call the Hoopa Fire Department and Office of Emergency Services at 530-625-4366.”

Serene Hayden, Assistant Chief
Hoopa Office of Emergency Services
Office (530)625-4220 ext. 517
P.O. Box 369 Hoopa, CA 95546

EXTERNAL LINKS (The following are Tribal Departments with their own websites or are affiliated with the Hoopa Tribe)
College of the Redwoods/K-T Instructional Site
Hoopa Valley Development Fund
Hoopa Valley Tribe Insurance/Personnel Department
Hoopa Valley Tribe Land Management/TEPA
KIDE 91.3FM Radio
K’ima:w Medical Center
Tribal Assistance for Needy Families
Two Rivers Tribune (Tribal Newspaper)