The RSCVA board on Thursday discussed how complaints against its chief executives should be dealt with in the future and directed its attorney to draft some policy language.
Local parks and recreation departments are scheduled to start resuming some operations on Friday, but local officials warn not to expect business as usual.
Washoe County has found most businesses are following COVID-19 safety guidelines; and those that aren’t, quickly come into compliance once alerted.
The left turn lane from westbound Prater Way onto South McCarran Boulevard in Sparks will be closed for construction for approximately a week and a half.
Reno City Council will not revise the city’d budget for now, but plans to review bi-weekly to determine if adjustments are needed.
Reno City Council members on Wednesday approved a $55 million contract with KG Walters Construction Co. Inc. for the expansion of the Reno Stead Water Reclamation Facility.
Washoe County commissioners on Tuesday approved un-budgeted transfers of $3.6 million to cover the revenue shortfall expected to continue through the end of the fiscal year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe announced Friday it would begin screening all traffic entering tribal lands for the next 60 days or until the COVID-19 pandemic has eased.
Washoe County commissioners on Thursday rescinded a decision made last month to file a legal brief challenging a state decision banning the use of hydroxychloroquine.