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Quad-County COVID-19 Update: Weekend Update and Daily Update

Quad-County COVID-19 Weekend Update: Saturday (5/1/2021)- 14 New Cases and 23 Recoveries

For Saturday, May 1, 2021 CCHHS is reporting 14 new cases and 23 additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region. This brought the total number of cases to 12,502, with 11,878 recoveries and 225 deaths; 399 cases remained active. 

Quad-County COVID-19 Weekend Update: Sunday (5/2/2021)- 10 New Cases and 21 Recoveries 

For Sunday, May 2, 2021 CCHHIS is reporting 10 new cases and 21 additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region. This brought the total number of cases to 12,512, with 11,899 recoveries and 225 deaths; 388 cases remained active.

Quad-County COVID-19: Monday (5/3/2021)- 12 New Cases and 20 Recoveries

CCHHS is reporting 12 new cases and 20 additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region. The weekend numbers and today’s numbers bring the total number of cases to 12,524, with 11,919 recoveries and 225 deaths; 380 cases remain active.

Total Cases  Active Cases Recoveries Deaths *Population
Carson City 6,445 160 6,163 122 56,546
Douglas County 2,815 79 2,701 35 49,695
Lyon County 3,159 130 2,964 65 57,987
Storey County 105 11 91 3 4,465
Quad-County 12,524 380 11,919 225 168,693

*Population information taken from the Nevada Health Response Dashboard found at https://nvhealthresponse.nv.

 Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing for Quad-County Residents

Testing is for Quad-County (Carson City, Douglas, Lyon, and Storey County) residents ONLY, all others will be turned away. Testing is free of charge, no appointments or reservations. To view all upcoming events visit https://gethealthycarsoncity.org/events/.

Date Time Location
5/5/2021 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Douglas Community Center

1329 Waterloo Ln, Gardnerville

5/6/2021 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Fernley City Hall

595 Silver Lace Blvd, Fernley 

For COVID-19 questions, vaccine appointment confirmations, or to arrange for testing, call the Quad-County COVID-19 Hotline Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. The phone number is (775) 434-1988.

 

Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe to Host Career Fair on May 11

The Hyatt Regency at Lake Tahoe is hiring!

Resort to Provide On-the-Spot Interviews and Day-of Job Offers

Incline Village, Nevada – Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino, the only full-service waterfront in North Lake Tahoe, will host a career fair on Tuesday, May 11. The resort is currently seeking full-time, part-time, and seasonal employees in a variety of positions.

“We are excited to host a career fair and to welcome new members to the Hyatt Lake Tahoe team,” said Melissa Rousse, area director of human resources at Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino. “This is a great opportunity for local residents to begin a fulfilling Hyatt career with many benefits and employee perks. We are looking for excited and motivated candidates in several departments ranging from food and beverage to security and recreation.”

A full list of open positions can be found by visiting http://bit.ly/LTJobFair. Candidates are asked to fill out an online application in advance of the career fair through the site.

The career fair will take place on Tuesday, May 11 between 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the resort’s Regency Ballroom. It will be set-up with socially-distanced procedures in place and masks will be required at all times. Parking validation will be provided for career fair attendees.

Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe offers several benefits for employees including medical insurance plans, vision and dental care, sick leave, 401(k) options, educational assistance and flexible scheduling. Additional benefits include complimentary room nights at Hyatt properties worldwide, employee discounts, friends and family rates, worldwide vacation benefits, and much more.

For more information on Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe, please visit HyattRegencyLakeTahoe.com, or call (775) 832-1234.

Governor Sisolak wants to return Nevada to “normalcy” on June 1st

Nevada Health Response and Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak announced Friday the next steps in the State’s COVID-19 response toward the goal of full economic reopening by June 1.

Beginning in May, the COVID-19 Mitigation and Management Task Force will meet on an as-needed basis. The Task Force was established to coordinate directly with county partners to ensure mitigation and enforcement measures were localized to help slow the spread of the virus. With the Governor delegating mitigation authority to local governments, the Task Force and their ongoing meetings will formally sunset on June 1. Communication and coordination related to public health management and response efforts will return to pre-pandemic status, with a strong partnership between DHHS and DEM.

Additionally, the State will continue calls with the press once a week through the month of May, on Wednesdays at noon. After May, the State will resume communication methods and procedures in place prior to the pandemic and on an as-needed basis.

The State continues to encourage Nevadans who have not yet been vaccinated to take advantage of opportunities to access the life-saving vaccine. To learn more about how to schedule an appointment, visit NVCOVIDFighter.org.

“Vaccines are a key tool to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in our State and keep us on our path toward full reopening,” said Gov. Sisolak. “If you have already been vaccinated, please encourage your friends, family and loved ones to protect themselves.”

Abandoned building next to Goodwill torched – Firefighters limit the fire to the east of Goodwill

Fire burning R/V across the driveway from Goodwill…

Carson City Firefighters raced to the scene of a large fire that ignited an abandoned R/V, behind a fence just east of the Goodwill Building on Highway 50.  Arriving firefighters drove down the east side of the Goodwill Building, unloaded hoses and pounded the blaze with a lot of water.

Fire burned like it was the middle of summer... 

No word if there was anyone inside the delapidated R/V.  A neighbor said that the area is known to have a fair number of homeless people.

Source of the fire is being investigated.

Four County Area Still Up to Its Eyebrows With Uncertainty…But Hoping for the Best!!

Quad-County COVID-19 Update: 20 New Cases and 23 Recoveries 

Carson City Health and Human Services (CCHHS) is reporting 20 new cases and 23 additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region. This brings the total number of cases to 12,488, with 11,855 recoveries and 225 deaths; 408 cases remain active.

Total Cases  Active Cases Recoveries Deaths *Population
Carson City 6,434 173 6,139 122 56,546
Douglas County 2,810 89 2,686 35 49,695
Lyon County 3,142 137 2,940 65 57,987
Storey County 102 9 90 3 4,465
Quad-County 12,488 408 11,855 225 168,693

*Population information taken from the Nevada Health Response Dashboard found at https://nvhealthresponse.nv.gov/

Walk-In COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics 

There are COVID-19 vaccine appointments available for next week. COVID-19 vaccination events are no longer by appointment only. Quad-County vaccination events will have appointments available for those who want to confirm their dose as well as several doses available for walk-ins.

Upcoming COVID-19 vaccination event:

  • Tuesday, May 4, 2021 | 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
    • Storey County Emergency Management Satellite Office (20 E St, Virginia City)
    • 15 1st doses of Moderna available for walk-ins
    • Ages 18 and older 

 

Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing for Quad-County Residents

Testing is for Quad-County (Carson City, Douglas, Lyon, and Storey County) residents ONLY, all others will be turned away. Testing is free of charge, no appointments or reservations. To view all upcoming events visit https://gethealthycarsoncity.org/events/.

Date Time Location
5/5/2021 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Douglas Community Center

1329 Waterloo Ln, Gardnerville

5/6/2021 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Fernley City Hall

595 Silver Lace Blvd, Fernley 

For COVID-19 questions, vaccine appointment assistance, or to arrange for testing, call the Quad-County COVID-19 Hotline Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. The phone number is (775) 434-1988.

 

Calling all Jazz Players and Beyond Music – even an Art Festival in Carson City!!

Call for Artists – A New Option

Third Annual Carson City Open Studios Tour

A Jazz & Beyond Art Event, August 21-22

The 2021 Jazz & Beyond Music and Art Festival this August will include the third annual Carson City Open Studios Tour on Saturday, August 21, and Sunday, August 22, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at multiple studios throughout Carson City.  A new one-day option has been added for artists to participate on Sunday, August 22, at the Bliss Mansion.

This admission-free cultural event will showcase about 20 local artists. They will present visual art and art demonstrations including painting, sculpture, pottery, 3D art, jewelry, glass, batik, and photography, in about a dozen individual and shared studio spaces.  Several locations will include live music.

Many outdoor as well as indoor studio spaces and galleries in Carson City will be on the tour. These include the Stillwell Art Studio at River Bottom Ranch, Carson City Pottery Studio, Beltrame Studio, CRM Endeavors, Carol Brown Studio, NAA Gallery, the Wa-Pai-Shone Gallery at the Stewart Indian School Cultural Center & Museum, the Bliss Mansion (Sunday only), and more.

A work by each artist selected for the Open Studios Tour will also be entered in the Nevada Artists Association Summer Show, August 1 through September 10.

An application form is available on https://jazzcarsoncity.com/arttour2021. For more information, call or text 775-313-8628, or email CCOpenStudio@gmail.com. A list of artists with a map of studio locations will be available in July. 

The Open Studios Tour is presented by the Mile High Jazz Band Association as part of the 2021 Jazz & Beyond Music and Art Festival and is also supported by the Nevada Artists Association, the Carson City Culture & Tourism Authority, a Pandemic Emergency Technical Support (PETS) Grant, a grant from the Nevada Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts, and by private donations.

 

It’s Historic Preservation and Archeological Awareness Month!

 

In recognition of Historic Preservation and Archeological Awareness Month, the City’s Historic Resource Commission has organized the 2021 Scavenger Hunt.  This year’s hunt “Founding of the Historic District” focuses on building foundations in the historic district and in the downtown commercial core.

Also, at the Board of Supervisors’ May 6 meeting, the 2021 Historic Preservation Award will be presented to the Carson City Culture and Tourism Authority dba Visit Carson City for the interpretive markers on the Kit Carson Trail.  Visit Carson City was the lead agency on this project, and partnered with Silver State Industries, the Carson City Historic Society, and Carson City Public Works to make this vision a reality.

Until recently, the Kit Carson Trail, a walking tour through the historic district, was marked with a blue line on the sidewalk.  Visit Carson City has “refreshed” the Kit Carson Trail by installing sandstone markers on the planting strip in front of forty-seven historic buildings, homes, churches, and sites throughout the West Side Historic District.  The sandstone pieces are approximately two feet by one foot by 8 inches, the names are engraved and powder coated on brushed 60/61 aluminum and repurposed medallions from Carson Street are embedded in each sandstone piece.

Carson City’s West Side Historic District encompasses approximately seventy acres at the historic core of Nevada’s capital city.  Most of the city’s surviving early houses were constructed to the west of Carson Street, where there is a concentration today that forms the historic district.  The period of significance begins with the platting of Carson City in 1858 and concludes in 1945 with the shift to post-war architectural traditions.

Carson City’s historic buildings literally rest on a variety of stone, brick, and concrete foundations.  These anchor the buildings and keep wooden sills from direct contact with the ground.  Earliest foundations were as simple as large boulders placed strategically at intervals to level and support the wooden structure.

Sandstone blocks quarried at the Territorial Prison (now the Nevada State Prison) were often used to create a more permanent and fully enclosed foundation.  Brick and concrete were also favored foundation material.

For the third year in a row, Jim Phelan of the Fox Brewpub is donating a gift card to the person whose hunt is drawn from the correct entries.

You can download or complete the hunt online using a mobile device by visiting carson.org/hunt, or pick up a hard copy at the Planning Office, 108 East Proctor Street.  To be considered for the prize, your completed hunt must be turned in by May 28, 2021.

Maps of the Kit Carson Trail are available at Visit Carson City, 716 North Carson Street.  Everyone is encouraged to enjoy the 2021 Scavenger Hunt and the Kit Carson Trail.

Couple accused of going on a burglary spree…

On Wednesday, April 28 authorities executed search warrants on a Storey County home and vehicle.  Two people were arrested.  David Bennett and Katerina Rakow are suspected of being responsible for multiple vehicle burglaries throughout Carson City and Lyon County over a two-week period. Bennet used a tool to break windows and gain access to victim’s vehicles.  Bennett and Rakow have confessed to their involvement in multiple vehicle burglaries.  Stolen property and evidence from the vehicle burglaries were recovered from the Storey County home and the vehicle Bennett and Rakow used in the commission of their crimes. 

Bennett and Rakow are in custody at the Carson City Sheriff’s Office Detention Center.  Bennett is charged with Burglary of a motor vehicle, Fraudulent use of a credit card and Obtaining money under false pretenses.  Rakow is being charged with Burglary of a motor vehicle and Conspiracy to commit burglary.    

Anyone with information pertaining to this investigation is encouraged to contact the Carson City Sheriff’s Office, Investigation Division, Detective Kevin Murry (775) 283-7853, Detective Sam Hatley (775)283-7852, Sgt. Craig Lowe (775)283-7815

Schools Seek Community Member Opinions on Strategic Plan Tuesday

Schools Seek Community Member Opinions on Strategic Plan Tuesday  

Carson City, Nev. (April 30, 2021) — The Carson City School District is needing local community members to attend, weigh in and provide opinions at the quarterly Community PLC (Professional Learning Community) meeting Tuesday, May 4, 6 p.m., inside Carson High School’s Senator Square

The school district holds these meetings once each quarter during the school year. The purpose of these quarterly meetings with school officials is to accumulate feedback from community members on how the school district’s Strategic Plan is performing and suggest ideas and systems to better help meet the goals, objectives and strategies of the district’s plan. Previous topics have also ranged from equity in education to family engagement. 

The meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. and end promptly at 7:30 p.m. Community members may park along the curb (both sides) in front of Carson High School and enter the building at the south entrance near the flagpole. Individuals planning on attending are welcome to share this invitation with colleagues, friends and neighbors who might be interested in attending this meeting and/or joining the group. 

Carson City School District Honors the Honorables…

Carson City School District Honors Educators and Employees of the Year  

CARSON CITY, Nev. (April 28, 2021) —Tad Williams, Jr., fifth grade teacher at Fritsch Elementary School, was honored last night as the Carson City School District’s Educator of the Year. Additionally, Jillian Shufelt, Distance Education assistant at Pioneer High School, was recognized as the Education Support Professional (ESP) Employee of the Year for the district.

During the school board meeting and annual event, the Carson City School District also recognized Dan Brown, principal at Fritsch Elementary School as the district’s Administrator of the Year.

Williams and Shufelt were selected from 25 site winners including 11 teachers and 14 ESP employees who were selected from peers and administrators from various sites and schools within the district. The Administrator of the Year was selected from nominations from 27 school administrators. Each candidate endured a series of strenuous interview questions from a panel of comprehensive judges. Upon conclusion of those interviews, the panel then made the difficult decision of selecting “one” ESP employee of the year, “one” educator of the year and “one” administrator of the year.

All ESP Employees and Educators of the Year winners recognized and honored include:

  • Lavon Sollberger, administrative assistant at Carson High School
  • Ananda Campbell, librarian at Carson High School
  • Jillian Shufelt, Distance Education assistant at Pioneer High School
  • Daniel Echebarria, Social Studies and English teacher at Pioneer High School
  • Mayra Dyer Valarde, para professional ESL at Carson Middle School
  • Shelly Randall, LD/Special Education teacher at Carson Middle School
  • Pamela Molleson, para professional at Eagle Valley Middle School
  • Brittany Witter, 7th/8th Grade Social Studies teacher at Eagle Valley Middle School
  • Dan Owen, Lead Custodian at Al Seeliger Elementary School
  • Mary Wright, LD/Special Education teacher at Al Seeliger Elementary School
  • Janet Ingram, para professional at Bordewich Bray Elementary School
  • Heather Thomas, Kindergarten teacher at Bordewich Bray Elementary School
  • James Phillips, cook/baker at Empire Elementary School
  • Kayleigh Robinson, 4th Grade teacher at Empire Elementary School
  • Jennifer Jacobsen, Special Education para professional at Fremont Elementary School
  • Sandra Huffman, LD/Special Education teacher at Fremont Elementary School
  • Patrick Smith, lead custodian at Fritsch Elementary School
  • Tad Williams, Jr., 5th Grade teacher at Fritsch Elementary School
  • Mike Ulrych, custodian at Mark Twain Elementary School
  • Christi Schmid, 1st Grade teacher at Mark Twain Elementary School
  • Rosella Jordan, administrative secretary for Student Support Services
  • Janet Silvestro, speech language pathologist for Student Support Services
  • Rebecca Hawkins, bus driver for Transportation
  • Kevin Mezquita, mail delivery driver for Operations Services
  • Mark Gruver, lead technology support technician for the District Office and Professional Development Center Administration

“Each of these individuals regularly inspire students of all backgrounds and abilities to learn, and have earned the respect and admiration of students, parents and colleagues,” said Richard Stokes, superintendent for the Carson City School District. “Great teachers and employees are the core of a great educational system. They change the lives of individual students, daily. These winners are not only wonderful representatives for our school district, but they also make profound differences in our community each day.”
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Carson City’s Mile High Jazz Band presents…..

Mile High Jazz Band Presents An Outdoor Dinner Show

Live Big-band Jazz with Vocalist Jakki Ford

Tuesday, May 11, 6:30 p.m., at Living the Good Life

Mile High Jazz Band will present its first live, in-person performance of 2021 on Tuesday, May 11, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.  It’s an outdoor dinner show at Living the Good Life Bistro, 1480 N. Carson Street in Carson City.  For reservations, text 775-720-5834 before 5:00 p.m. or call 775-841-4663 after 5:00 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.

The program includes favorite big-band jazz tunes and features the vocal stylings of Jakki Ford.  Pianist and band leader David Bugli said, “We are so happy to have the opportunity to perform for the public again.” Some tunes on the program that relate to performing again are “The Opener,” “I’m Beginning to See the Light,” and “Day by Day.”  Jakki Ford will sing “Come Fly With Me,” “Pick Yourself Up,” “The Nearness of You,” and more.

The May 11 event is the first of a series of three outdoor dinner shows Mile High Jazz Band has scheduled at Living the Good Life.  The next two will be on Tuesday, June 8, and Tuesday, July 6.  Reservations are recommended.

Mile High Jazz Band is supported in part by a grant from the Nevada Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.  The Governor’s Office of Economic Development provided additional support through its Nevada Pandemic Emergency Technical Support Grant for 2021.  For information about the band and activities, see milehighjazz.com.

Quad-County COVID-19 Update:25 New Cases and 24 Recoveries

(Carson City, NV)- Carson City Health and Human Services (CCHHS) is reporting 25 new cases and 24 additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region. This brings the total number of cases to 12,468, with 11,832 recoveries and 225 deaths; 411 cases remain active.

Total Cases  Active Cases Recoveries Deaths *Population
Carson City 6,425 170 6,133 122 56,546
Douglas County 2,807 94 2,678 35 49,695
Lyon County 3,134 138 2,931 65 57,987
Storey County 102 9 90 3 4,465
Quad-County 12,468 411 11,832 225 168,693

*Population information taken from the Nevada Health Response Dashboard found at https://nvhealthresponse.nv.gov/

 Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing for Quad-County Residents

Testing is for Quad-County (Carson City, Douglas, Lyon, and Storey County) residents ONLY, all others will be turned away. Testing is free of charge, no appointments or reservations. To view all upcoming events visit https://gethealthycarsoncity.org/events/.

Date Time Location
5/5/2021 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Douglas Community Center

1329 Waterloo Ln, Gardnerville

5/6/2021 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Fernley City Hall

595 Silver Lace Blvd, Fernley 

For COVID-19 questions, vaccine appointment assistance, or to arrange for testing, call the Quad-County COVID-19 Hotline Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. The phone number is (775) 434-1988.

It’s that time of year again…

Lake Tahoe
Open for pleasure!

Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park’s Sand Harbor and Cave Rock boat ramps will open for the 2021 season this Saturday, May 1.  From May 1 to May 27, the Sand Harbor boat ramp will be open from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and the Cave Rock boat ramp will be open from 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Beginning May 28, boat ramp hours at Sand Harbor and Cave Rock will be extended to 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. and remain at these hours until they either close for the season or close due to low water levels.

Boaters are reminded to complete all watercraft inspections with Tahoe Regional Planning Agency prior to arriving at the boat ramp. For more information on the Invasive Species Program and inspection locations, visit tahoeboatinspections.com.

Nevada State Parks urges visitors to enjoy a safe boating season by observing water safety practices. Always wear a life jacket, don’t mix alcohol and boating, check the weather forecast before you go and file a float plan. When swimming, be aware that high altitudes may cause you to tire more quickly, remember that cold water will take your breath away and be sure to enter water slowly to allow your body time to acclimate to cold temperatures.

Visit parks.nv.gov for Nevada State Park activities, updates and more.

It looks like Dwight Millard’s plans for a sports complex has hit a wall

Proposed sports field on Morgan Mill Road east of Empire Ranch Road.  (Google Maps)

Local developer Dwight Millard Wednesday evening ran into a brick wall – the Carson City Planning Commission.  Millard and his staff appeared before the commission and tried to convince them that the northwest corner of the Empire Ranch Golf Course should be the place for a large recreation complex for inside and outside sports – complete with night lighting and noisy, cheering crowds attending football, soccer and maybe even baseball games.

The neighbors on the phone to the planning commission repeated over and over about what a bad neighbor a noisy sports center would be, especially right next to the golf course as well as to the Empire Ranch neighborhood.  Citizen callers to the planning commission were adamant that the sports center would disrupt the peace and quiet of the area – many neighbors saying they didn’t move to Empire Ranch just to hear lots of noise and be subjected to bright lights for evening games.

Although a couple of Millard’s supporters at his office said they could be flexible about the number of playing fields, resident callers to the planning commission again pointed to the fact that there would still be noisy and crowded sporting events that they never expected to have to endure.

In the end the planning commission decided that Millard’s plans were very premature and needed a lot of work.  They recommended that Millard withdraw his current application from the planning commission.  But Millard and his employees decided to let the situation float until they can figure out opportunities that would work for the property.  The next bite of the apple may take some time if it happens at all.

A couple of other points, the land in question is right off Morgan Mill Road, a very narrow and poorly maintained stretch of roadway.  It’s crumbling from near Empire Ranch Road and quite a ways to the east.  There are no sidewalks and pedestrians sometimes take their lives in their own feet just walking alongside the edge of the crumbling pavement.  Definitely not safe for pedestrians.  Parking along-side Morgan Mill Road doesn’t appear to be feasible.

Visiting to resume Saturday for Nevada Department of Corrections

After a 14-month hiatus due to COVID-19, limited visitation will resume Saturday (May 1, 2021) for the Nevada Department of Corrections.
“While the 14-month suspension of visiting was necessary to limit the spread of the virus into our facilities, the NDOC recognizes the emotional toll it has taken on the spouses, children and friends of the offenders,” said Charles Daniels, Director of the Nevada Department of Corrections. “We recognize the importance of the support each family provides to incarcerated individuals. Not only does that connection help offenders cope with their current situation, but also promotes a strengthened healthy family cohesion and leads offenders to a more successful transition back into the community.”

Visitation will be limited, and visitors must already be on the approved list.
Visitation will be rolled out in phases. The first phase will require all visitors be screened prior to entry, including temperature checks and a BinaxNOW rapid test to verify they are negative for the COVID-19 virus.
Other protocols include:

  • All visitors must wear a face mask that covers the mouth and nose at all times
  • Offenders will be limited to two visitors per visit
  • Visitation will be at limited capacity
  • Visiting hours will vary at each institution
  • All visitors must be 5 or older

    No physical contact will be allowed during visitation, and six-foot social-distancing guidelines will be enforced. Visitors will be separated from offenders by acrylic partitions. All visiting stations will be disinfected between sessions, including the use of electrostatic sprayers. Sanitation stations will be available at all visitation centers.
    After 30 days, if an institution has reached 75% vaccination rate, it will move to phase 2, which will have fewer restrictions and larger visiting capacities. Once an institution reaches 80% of offenders vaccinated, allowing for up to 10 days to review data and ensure low levels of COVID-19 positive cases, it will move to phase 3, which removes the restrictions.
    For the complete list of policies and procedures or to schedule a visit, go to ndocvisitation.com.

People are not supposed get hurt or die in their vehicles…

A message from the Carson City Sheriff’s Office to all those who drive cars and other vehicles on our city streets and highways….

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is Joining Forces with other Nevada Law Enforcement agencies to increase enforcement on speeding violations from April 30th though May 10th.

“I’m late for work.” “I didn’t see the sign” and everyone’s all-time favorite…”Do you know who I am?”

We have heard these excuses and many others, yet, there is no excuse for causing a crash that hurts or kills someone.

From the first of the year through today the Carson City Sheriff’s Office has issued over 2000 citations for traffic violations and nearly half of those citations issued were for speeding. The Carson City Sheriff’s Office issues citations to these drivers because we are dedicated to bringing the number of fatalities on our roadways to zero.

Speed causes crashes – crashes cause fatalities.

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office remains dedicated to bringing the number of fatalities on our roadways to zero through increasing public awareness about the dangers of speeding. More information about safe driving and the state’s Zero Fatalities goal is available online at www.ZeroFatalitiesNV.com.

— Your Carson City Sheriff’s Office

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