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Travel trailer rollover accident southbound I-580

Southbound I-580 just south of the Carson Street off-ramp.

2:42pm  A utility vehicle was headed downhill pulling a large travel trailer just south of Washoe Valley on I-580 when for some reason the large trailer careened out of control just north of the Carson Street exit.  The trailer rolled over onto its side – fortunately not into both travel lanes.  Both vehicles – still attached – came to a sliding stop against the freeway’s outer sidewall.  The occupants in the utility vehicle quickly crawled out and waited for the Nevada Highway Patrol to arrive.  What caused the initial swinging and swaying of the vehicles was not immediately revealed.  But again, nobody hurt.   They were very lucky.

1:45pm  A vehicle pulling a travel-trailer southbound on I-580 lost control just north of Arrowhead.  The trailer rolled over.  Those in the tow vehicle are okay and are out of their vehicle.  Caution in the area.

Dressing up Carson City!!

In collaboration with the Carson City Culture and Tourism Authority and the Carson City Redevelopment Authority, the Carson City Cultural Commission is accepting applications for the Redevelopment Special Event Grants. These grants are intended to support professional arts and culture events such as community festivals, special performances, exhibitions, concerts within the fields of Theater, Music, and Visual Art held within Carson City’s established Redevelopment Districts.

Grants up to $10,000 are available at the discretion of the Carson City Cultural Commission.

  • Up to $5,000 for recurring arts and culture events (this includes recurring events of a similar nature such as different theatrical productions by the same theater company each year)
  • Up to $10,000 for new/emerging arts and culture events that have the potential to become an annual/recurring event

    All grants require a 50% cash match.

    Applications must be submitted using the fillable PDF Grant Application Form that can be found at carson.org/eventgrant and submitted via e-mail to CTAArtsandCulture@visitcarsoncity.com by September 30, 2021.

    Please note that the grant process was delayed this year due to the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. Grant funds awarded under this year’s program can only be used for events that will take place from November 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022, subject to Carson City Board of Supervisors’ approval (anticipated to be October 21, 2021).

New Carson City Utility Billing Program….

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Carson City announces changes to Carson City utility billing and online payments

(Carson City, NV) – Carson City Public Works and the Carson City Treasurer’s Office are excited to announce the launch of Carson City’s new utility billing program. Starting Tuesday, August 3, 2021, customer utility bills will have a different look, and will be more user-friendly so that customers can find and review utility billing information and consumption history. In addition, this new utility billing program will also allow customers to manage all aspects of their utility account through a new online portal, where the customer can view, print, and pay utility bills.

During this transition, the current online payment portal Click2Gov will be disabled, and will no longer work to process online utility payments. Effective Friday, August 6, 2021, utility customers can make online payments through the new self-service payment portal located at https://selfservice.carson.org/.

Carson City Public Works and the Carson City Treasurer’s Office appreciate your understanding as they transition to this new system and look forward to working with you in the new utility billing system. Should you need any assistance or have any questions as it relates to this transition or re-establishing your recurring monthly payment, please contact either Carson City Public Works or the Carson City Treasurer’s Office at the following:

Carson City Public Works: 775-887-2355 ext. 2 or utilitybilling@carson.org, Carson City Treasurer’s Office: 775-887-2092 or treasurer@carson.org

Fun Time Coming Up at Mills Park

On Tuesday, August 3rd, 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., the whole town’s invited to celebrate Sheriff’s Night Out at Mills Park, located at 1111 East William Street.Explore multiple law enforcement agencies and community resource programs while enjoying free family activities centered on crime prevention and awareness. 

Sheriff’s Night Out coincides with many nationally celebrated crime prevention platforms, yet here in this community, we celebrate all public safety entities, our military, lateral partners, and other supporting agencies.  Partnering with multiple organizations from around the area, this year’s event will have more than 40 agencies and organizations participating; bringing with them: aircrafts, law enforcement vehicles, mounted horses, fire engines, informational fliers, prizes, music, games, and much more.  

There will be many hands-on activities and games, to go along with the many prizes being handed out.  The Elks Club will be barbecuing hot dogs to go along with free chips, water, and sodas. Also, Sheriff Furlong and Campagni Auto Group will be making a special presentation to introduce the newest member of the Sheriff’s Office, Camper the K-9.  Camper is the sixth K-9 Officer joining the Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit and is specifically trained to support the schools in the community. 

The Sheriff’s Night Out is a community outreach program designed to heighten awareness of crime and substance abuse, generate support for participation in local anti-crime programs, bring a greater awareness to local community organizations and the resources they offer and strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships.  

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office extends a tremendous gratitude for the following community partners for their sponsorship of this event; Grocery Outlet,Flocchini Family Provisions, Campagni Auto Group, Michael Hohl Motor Company, Carson City Hyundai, Tractor Supply Company, Home Depot, Nissan of Carson City and Walmart. Each one of these businesses made enormous contributions to ensure this event is possible. 

While Mills Park provides a spacious outdoor environment for the event, visitors and employees should adhere to personal protective measures that recognize the size of the crowd and close contact conversations.  Protective measures, such as masks, may be recommended for everyone, and certainly for those who have not been vaccinated or are otherwise vulnerable.  

Hot August Jazz!!

Jakki Ford & Mile High Jazz Band

Mile High Jazz Band will present “Hot August Jazz,” a live, in-person performance on Tuesday, August 3, 2021, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.  It’s an outdoor dinner show at Living the Good Life Bistro, 1480 N. Carson Street in Carson City.  The music is free, donations welcome; food and drink can be ordered from the menu. 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 August 3rd event, the fourth of a series of monthly dinner shows Mile High Jazz Band has scheduled at Living the Good Life, includes favorite big-band jazz tunes and features the vocal stylings of Jakki Ford.  Pianist and band leader David Bugli said, “Our monthly shows draw a large audience, and every performance is different.”  Some tunes on the August program are “Take the ’A’ Train,” “Four Brothers,” Here’s that Rainy Day,” “All Blues,” and several others.  Jakki Ford will sing “The Summer Wind,” “Girl from Ipanema,” “Somebody Loves Me,” and more favorite tunes.

Mile High Jazz Band and Jakki Ford will also perform a free big-band concert with the Carson High Jazz Band on Tuesday, August 24, 7:00 p.m., at McFadden Plaza as part of the 2021 Jazz and Beyond Music & Art Festival.

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 (PETS) Grant for 2021.  For information about the band and activities, see milehighjazz.com

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