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    Egress/Ingress Fire Safety Project

    Beginning March 8, 2021 and continuing through March 2022, Nevada County will begin work on the Egress/Ingress Fire Safety Project. The primary goal of the project is to remove hazardous fuels along 200 miles of County maintained roads on both sides. Read on...
  2. GTG Equity

    Cannabis Alliance Supports Adoption of 2021 Board Priority

    Cannabis Alliance reflects the need for continued collaboration between local business and county staff working to build a safe and sustainable cannabis economy for Nevada County. Cannabis Alliance continues community outreach for March 4 virtual event. Read on...
  3. iworq

    New Service Request Tool Launches

    Nevada County launches a new, simpler online service request tool, which will function like the former “Ask Nevada County App.” The web-based tool allows users to submit service concerns online road maintenance to environmental health concerns. Read on...
  4. Off Grid Solar

    Nevada County CDA Adopts Off-Grid Solar Policy

    Nevada County CDA Adopts Off-Grid Solar Policy Read on...
  5. EH Platform Kitchens-NewsFlash (1)

    New Creative Licensing Solutions for the Food Industry

    Environmental Health has introduced Platform Kitchen Operations designed to benefit permitted food entrepreneurs. This collaborative approach brings new opportunities for commercial kitchens, existing caterers, and new entrepreneurs. Read on...
  6. Good to Grow 9-11

    Good to Grow Discussion on County and City Cannabis License Types

    Please join representatives from Nevada County Cannabis Compliance, Grass Valley, and Nevada City for a virtual discussion and listening session with YubaNet.com. The Town Hall is currently scheduled for September 23rd from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. Read on...
  7. Utilities - McCourtney Road Transfer Station NewsFlash

    McCourtney Road Transfer Station Renovation Project Planning is Underway & Public Input Being Sought

    Nevada County’s Solid Waste Division of Public Works Department has begun the planning process for the McCourtney Road Transfer Station Renovation Project. Read on...
  8. Utilities - McCourtney Road Transfer Station NewsFlash

    Vehicle Limits to Be Lifted at McCourtney Road Transfer Station

    There will no longer be a limit to the number of vehicles that can access McCourtney Road Transfer Station, but customers will be required to wear a face covering and will continue to be limited in the type of materials they can haul to the facility. Read on...