The Trinity River Division Station is located 48 miles east of Eureka on the sunny town of Willow Creek, California. The station is currently staffed with one sergeant, two corporals, and five deputies.
Deputies assigned to the TRD station provide law enforcement services to the northeastern part of Humboldt County including Willow Creek, Hoopa, Orleans, Redwood Valley and other surrounding communities and work in cooperation with the Hoopa Valley Tribal Police Department and California Highway Patrol. The TRD stations area of responsibility borders Trinity and Siskiyou Counties.
The spectacular beauty of the area has for many years been a haven for recreationists. The Trinity and Klamath Rivers are renowned for their Steelhead and Salmon fishing. In recent years there has been great interest in the whitewater sports including rafting, kayaking, canoeing, as well as swimming and tubing. Many trails and back roads are available for the hikers, bird watchers, and hunters.
In recent years, because of the climate and geographic location, substantial numbers of retirees have found the area a very satisfactory location in which to relocate.