General Interest

Items not directly related to the station, but you may need to know.

Two Hour Parking Time Limit in Downtown Lakeport


From the Lakeport Police:

"For the past couple of years, due to a lack of staff resources, the police department has not been able to consistently enforce two hour parking.  However, we continue to receive complaints that many people continue to violate the two hour limit downtown and around the courthouse area.  This is becoming problematic for the downtown businesses because vehicles left all day in front of businesses may create a loss of revenue for the business.  Due to the numerous reporting of parking violations, the police department will be immediately conducting more parking enforcement.  Additionally, we are looking at expanding resources and technology to more efficiently enforce parking violations.  This includes looking at a contract with a parking enforcement company to process citations and collect fines to include leans on vehicles for persons who fail to pay citations." 

Film "Fire Station 88.1" Premiers on Saturday, February 10, 2018

"Fire Station 88.1", a short film by Marnie Crawford Samuelson, will be featured at Lakeport Library's "Know Lake County" on Saturday, February 10. The film chronicles KPFZ's participation during the Valley Fire and will be presented by the filmmaker on Feb.10 at 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm. The library is located on 1425 N High St Lakeport. There is limited space for this special showing.

Hope to see you there!