In response to the COVID pandemic affecting our community KZFR has altered our day-to-day operations to encourage social distancing. We have updated our Injury, Illness, and Protection Plan to reflect the concerns about the COVID19 pandemic. 

Our office hours are by appointment only and to schedule an appointment please email We are regularly checking our voicemails, emails, and are doing our best to stay in communication with Programmers, Board of Directors, Committee Members, and our listening audience.

Staff, Committee, and Board of Directors meetings are being held on the ZOOM platform. In following our Open Meeting Policy participation in our meetings can be coordinated by contacting email

Concerts and Events

To best protect our attendees, volunteers, and performers KZFR will be administering the following policies:

HEALTH SAFETY GUIDELINES - KZFR will administer per the health of safety guidelines of the Butte County Public Health Department, State of California, and the CDC. To increase the safety of our attendees, volunteers, and performers proof of vaccination is required to attend this event. Proof of vaccination can be shown by:

· Original vaccination card

· Paper copy of original vaccination card

· Photograph of vaccination card

· Digital apps such as Clear, GoGetVax, and similar

As children under the age of 12 are not eligible for a COVID vaccine not proof of vaccination is required. 

MASKS ARE REQUIRED to be worn when you enter the facility. In the event that you do not have a mask KZFR will supply with one. Dispensers of hand sanitizer will be available throughout the venue most notably the Ticket Desk, Bar, Merchandise Booth, Restrooms, and Lobby. The KZFR volunteers will be wearing masks as a precaution for both the attendees and themselves.


If you would like to request a refund for your ticket for any reason, you may do so by going to the Eventbrite page. In the event that you have difficulties with receiving a refund from Eventbrite please email to organize a refund. Questions can be directed to 

Refunds for non-attending ticket holders must be made before the event begins. Request for refunds will be denied if KZFR receives a request after the show has begun.

An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any place where people gather. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. You assume all risks, hazards, and dangers arising from or relating in any way to the risk of contracting COVID-19 or any other communicable disease or illness, or a bacteria, virus or other pathogen capable of causing a communicable disease or illness, whether occurring before, during, or after the event, however caused or contracted, and voluntarily waive all claims and potential claims against Another Planet Entertainment, LLC, and its affiliated companies relating to such risks.

You expressly agree to comply with all Federal, State, and Local laws, ordinances, regulations, and the rules of Another Planet Entertainment, LLC and its affiliated companies when attending the event.

updated 9/20/21


Every Programmer is expected to apply hand sanitizer and wear gloves while they are on-air in the Broadcast Studio. As sharing microphones can be a source of cross contamination between Programmers, our Programmers have been given sanitization spray to apply to windscreens before and after their radio program. Most Programmers have purchased their own windscreens to decrease the possibility of cross contamination. Once the respective Programmer’s radio show comes to a close they are expected to use sanitizing wipes to disinfect the Operating Board and all hardware that has been used during the broadcast. If a Programmer is showing symptoms of COVID19 we ask them to refrain from entering the studio and schedule a substitute for their program. 

Training & Certifications

We have currently suspended our Training and Certification Process as it requires individuals to be in close contact for a long duration of time. For more information visit

We're doing the best we can to keep the Sacramento Valley, the Foothills, and Beyond information regarding the coronavirus and COVID 19 Pandemic. 


Reopening guidelines are set by the State's Blueprint For A Safer Economy. See the tiered framework here

Regular updates from the California Department of Public Health are published on their website

County of Tehama Health Services Agency official site

County of Shasta Health and Human Services COVID 19 information

County of Glenn Health and Human Services COVID 19 Information

County of Siskiyou Public Health

County of Colusa: Latest updates


View the WHO daily press briefings and more on their Youtube page 

Visit the WHO COVID 19 website for resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is the leading national public health institute of the United States.

Check out this safety video put together by WPPM

United States Chamber of Commerce has Emergency Loans available for businesses - learn more here