Nevada City, CA – These days, Nevada County’s Emergency Operations Center is open an average of 50 days annually compared to just a handful of days only a few years ago. From wildfires and winter storms to extended power outages, extreme weather events are increasingly impacting our area and the County has increased its response […]
The public is invited to join a webinar providing a Winter Storm Update for Nevada County hosted by the County of Nevada and YubaNet. Panelists from the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office, County Emergency Operations Center, CAL FIRE, and PG&E will share the latest updates on the storm’s impact, emergency response efforts to date and available […]
Nevada County recently entered into an “Adopt-a-Trail” agreement to support the eastern portion of the well-loved local Hirschman Pond Trail in Nevada City. Hirshman Trail is minutes from the Eric Rood Center and is a source of enjoyment for County staff almost every day. Employees frequently use the trail for walks and lunch breaks to relax […]
Today, the Board of Supervisors recognized County employees for their dedication to public service during Nevada County’s annual Employee Recognition Program. Award winners were announced in seven categories, and over one hundred employees were nominated. “I am incredibly proud of our staff for their dedication to public service and resiliency over the last few years,” […]
Only 5 more days to apply for relief. All eligible restaurants, bars, and vendors should submit applications by Monday’s deadline. The Small Business Administration (SBA) announced that eligible eating establishments have until Monday, May 24, 8 p.m. ET, to submit applications to the Restaurant Revitalization Fund. Don’t miss the deadline: apply now. If this applies to you: women, veteran and minority owned, […]
Nevada County, CA March 17, 2021 – Nevada County’s COVID case rate has kept our communities countywide in the State’s Purple Tier. We are one county and can only open when, together, we have numbers that align with the State’s blueprint. The past year has been challenging and frustrating, but the science is very simple and settled– […]
NEVADA COUNTY, Calif. March 18, 2020 – The County, City of Grass Valley and City of Nevada City continue to jointly respond to coronavirus and COVID-19, the illness caused by coronavirus, by implementing social distancing protocols. Coronavirus continues to be an emerging, rapidly evolving situation. We thank our community partners who are making all efforts […]
February 16, 2020 – Last week the community was made aware of an alarming incident in Colfax. A racial incident involving our own Bear River High School Coach was reported. We wanted to be clear that hate has no place in Nevada County and offer our support and gratitude to those impacted.