OES Updates

  1. Small Business Mask & Sanitizer Distribution Succeeds Thanks to Generous Nevada County Spirit

    The Nevada County spirit was on full display as volunteers from civic organizations, service groups, chambers of commerce, & local agencies banded together to support OES in providing personal protective equipment to small businesses. Read on...
  2. County of Nevada Office of Emergency Services Launches Ready Nevada County Dashboard

    Being Ready Nevada County means being ready for anything & using all tools available to prepare for & respond to emergencies in real time. The County’s Office of Emergency Services is proud to share the Ready Nevada County Dashboard. Check it out today! Read on...
  3. Ready Nevada County TFF Carhop Event - July 25

    Join us as we find new ways to support local businesses and have some fun too! TFF Carhop events are intended to support local food vendors and provide the community with a safe way to get their favorite summer treats. Read on...
  4. Office of Emergency Services Providing No Cost PPE to Small Businesses

    The County of Nevada Office of Emergency Services (OES) is offering local small business owners, with 25 employees or less, a 30-day supply of masks and hand sanitizer for each employee at no cost. Read on...
  5. Countywide Test of Emergency Alert Notification Systems Scheduled for August 12

    August 12, the County of Nevada Office of Emergency Services and the Town of Truckee are teaming up to issue simultaneous tests of the CodeRED and Nixle Everbridge Emergency Alert Systems. Read on...
  6. Red Flag Warning for Eastern Nevada County in Effect from 2PM to 9PM Monday, July 6

    Red Flag Warning in effect from 2PM to 9PM PDT Monday for gusty winds and low humidity for Eastern Nevada County. Read on...
  7. A Message from the Office of Emergency Services

    On this holiday weekend, we want to extend our gratitude to the residents of Lake Wildwood for reporting the recent fire, staying situationally aware , checking in with their emergency allies, and allowing our first responders the to do their jobs. Read on...
  8. The Sheriff’s Office Launches Evacuation Tag Initiative to Help Alert First Responders

    The Nevada County Sheriff’s Office is providing free “EVACUATED” tags for residents to place in a highly visible place such as a door, reflective address sign, mailbox, fence, or gate as they evacuate their residence during an emergency. Read on...
  9. Heat Advisory in Effect from Noon Monday to 8 PM PDT Saturday

    Dangerous heat with afternoon highs between 99 and 110 for the Valley and between 95 to 105 for the Foothills. The hottest daytime temperatures will be found north of Marysville. Overnight lows in the 60s to 70s. Read on...
  10. County of Nevada Earns National Achievement Award for Ready Nevada County Preparedness Campaign

    County of Nevada has been recognized with an Achievement Award from the National Association of Counties (NACo). The awards honor innovative, effective county government programs that strengthen services for residents. Read on...
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