Dixie Fire (Library)

This page is split between information related to the Library in relation to the Dixie Fire and general resources and help for Dixie Fire Survivors (including information on financial assistance, donations, etc.)  

Library Information

Branch Information

The Greenville Pop-Up Branch MovedStarting June 4 2022:

Greenville High School (117 Grand St in Greenville, CA 95947) - Room #402.

Map for GRV High school site

Public parking is on Grand St.; please stay out of the way of any buses. ADA parking only is toward the elementary school. There are posted signs along the way.


  • Tuesday - Thursday: 3:30pm - 7:30pm
  •  Saturday: 11:00 am - 3:00pm

If you have questions or need to contact someone, you can call the Quincy Branch at 530-283-6310 or email them at pclibq@psln.com. You'll also be able to start directly emailing the Greenville Pop-Up Branch at pclibg@psln.com

More information about any events happening at the Greenville Pop-Up Branch are listed on the News and Events page.

Please note borrowed items may be returned to the Greenville site during open hours only or at any Plumas County Library branch (book drops at the other branches are open 24/7.) 

WiFi, Computers, Printing and Other Services

All three permanent branches have public computers, printing and copying capability, and 24/7 WiFi availability.

Greenville Pop-Up has WiFi during open hours, and public computers (laptops only, for on-site use only), copying, printing, and scanning available.

Library Cards

Cards lost to the Dixie Fire can be replaced for free. If you do not have a library card, you can always apply for one, see this link for more information about types of cards and how to apply.

Checked Out Items

Resolution 22-8679 passed on April 5 2022 to allow all accounts to be cleaned of all Dixie Fire related materials, all lost materials labeled as such in the catalog, fines associated with Greenville, Canyondam, and Indian Falls patrons removed, and any fines associated with evacuations or fire damage waived. We will be working with our catalog vendor to get everything squared away in the next few weeks. If you are currently being blocked and need access to your card, please contact Quincy at 530-283-6310 or pclibq@psln.com.

Last Update May 17 2022: Accounts should be cleared of all fines, checked out items, and so on for all Greenville, Canyondam, and Indian Falls patrons. New fines can still be added to your account going forward, but all past fines have been cleared. If you still have something on your account from pre-Nov 2021, please contact the Quincy Library at 530-283-6310 or pclibq@psln.com.

Donations for Greenville Library Services

The Library is currently taking book donations.

Our lovely County Library & Friends Group neighbors in El Dorado created a GoFundMe page for our Library specifically.

Monetary donations for the library can be mailed to Quincy Library at 445 Jackson St. Quincy CA 95971 or brought to the Front Desk. (Please make checks payable to Plumas County Library; please put Greenville Donation on the memo line.)  

Monetary donations can also be directed to the Quincy Friends of the Library, who are running the Greenville funds.  They can be mailed to 445 Jackson St. Quincy CA 95971 or brought to the Front Desk. (Please make checks payable to Quincy Friends of the Library; please put Greenville Donation on the memo line.)  


Last Updated January 11 2023

Click here for the press release about the settlement with PG&E, April 11 2022 (And click here for a Q&A for more details about the settlement.) The portal is at https://www.dp4cr.com/. Under supporting documents, APN refers to the Assessor's Parcel Number; please click here to get your number.


As of December 2021, this page will no longer be updated with local fundraisers and giveaways. Suggested Facebook groups to follow to be informed about fundraisers, giveaways, and other events related to the Dixie Fire: Rebuilding Greenville & The Rebuilding Greenville Resource Center & Dixie, Caldor, Beckwourth,Colfax FiresšŸ”„Help, Adoption, Resource & Aide & Plumas County Dixie Fire Evacuation Needs.  This growing google doc offers items, shelter, etc to those in need from the fires.

The following is to supplement the County Website's resources and falls into the following categories: General Resource Lists  |  Post-Fire, Lost Items |  Homeowners & Landowners | Livestock & Ranchers | Unemployment | Financial Assistance | Housing Help | Legal Assistance | Misc Assistance Pets | Distribution Centers - Food, Supplies, etc | Mental & Physical Health | Donations | Scam Alerts