COVID-19 Data

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Positive tests will include those who have died. Counts will be updated as soon as we have new information, with the exception of the tested number, which is updated weekly on Mondays.

Zip code data is now available in the Coronavirus Dashboard by scrolling through the graphs. Exact numbers of confirmed cases by zip code will be shared when there are more than 10 confirmed cases in that zip code.

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Local Outbreak Data

The Public Health Department collects data on workplaces in Nevada County that have positive cases and outbreaks. An outbreak is defined as 3 or more cases in a 14-day period. Below are two charts related to positive cases at workplaces. We will update these charts monthly with the previous month's data. 

Table 1: COVID-19 Outbreaks by NAICS Sector. The law changed on January 1, and AB 685 now requires businesses to report workplace outbreaks to the public health department. We do not release the names of any individual businesses that report outbreaks to us. That information remains confidential. These reports are reported categorized by NAICS sector code, per AB 685 requirements. This table includes data from Jan 1, 2021 forward. We continue to work to get the word out regarding reporting requirements, we know that all business are not aware of the changes mandated by AB 685. The data below is what has been self-reported by business, as required by AB685.

Table 2: COVID-19 Cases and Outbreaks by Sector. Prior to AB 685, Public Health maintained a list of workplaces that had positive cases and outbreaks. The workplace categories for Table 2 do not match the NAICS sector categories. This table includes data from March 2020 - February 2020, with incomplete data for the period of highest infection (November 2020 - January 2021). During that high infection period, we were unable to make individual contact with all positive cases and therefore it is likely that workplaces with positive cases, and potentially with workplace outbreaks, were not brought to our attention. However, this table represents the data as we know it.

Table 1: COVID-19 Outbreaks by NAICS Sector

01/21 - 04/15/21, will be updated monthly

Sectors as defined by NAICS codeNumber of Known Outbreaks (1/21-4/15/21)
Fabricated structural metal manufacturing1
Offices of Lawyers1
Other building material dealers1
Other miscellaneous durable goods merchant wholesalers1
Other similar organizations (except business, professional, labor and political organizations) including athletic organizations1
Insurance agencies and brokerages1
Investment advice1
Full-service restaurants1
Radio networks1
Supermarkets and other grocery stores (except convenience stores)1

Table 2: COVID-19 Cases and Outbreaks by Sector

Data includes 03/20-02/21 (see caveat below), will be updated monthly

SectorsKnown CasesKnown Outbreaks
ChurchesYesYes
ConstructionYesYes
ChildcareYesYes
FirefightersYesYes
Grocery storesYesYes
Healthcare (various)YesYes
Homeowners associations
Yes
Law enforcementsYes
Long-term care facilitiesYesYes
Offices - private sectorYesYes
Offices - public sectorYesYes
Other (retired, working from home, pilot, etc.)YesYes
Personal care servicesYes
RecreationYes
Residential treatment facilitiesYesYes
Restaurant/bar/food serviceYesYes
RetailYesYes
Schools (K-12)YesYes
Tree workersYesYes
Utility companyYesYes
Veterinary servicesYesYes
The data above represent cases and infection by sector, between March 2020 through April 2021. However, the data is likely incomplete for the period of November 2020 - January 2021. During that period, the number of cases were so great that Public Health prioritized contact tracing to the groups most vulnerable to severe infection and in congregate settings. As a result, we did not have contact with many people of working age during that period and therefore likely do not have a complete record of sectors with cases and/or outbreaks.


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State of California COVID-19 Data and Tools

California has collected a wide range of data to inform its response to COVID-19, and developed tools to help process and analyze these data. These data and tools are available for researchers, scientists, and technologists. They’re available as a downloadable set, and in new models and dashboards. Visit the State's Data and Tools website.

COVID-19 Data

Vaccination Data

  • Learn about statewide vaccination progress on the State of California's Vaccine Progress Dashboard (scroll down to the middle of the webpage to view the dashboards)
  • Explore or download the datasets used to populate the Vaccine Progress Dashboard on the COVID-19 Vaccine Progress Dashboard Data pageto learn more about:
    • Statewide COVID-19 Vaccines Administered by County. This includes:
      • Total doses administered by date
      • Total doses administered by vaccine
      • Number of people fully vaccinated
      • Number of people fully vaccinated
    • COVID-19 Vaccines Administered by Demographics. This includes:
      • Total doses administered by Age, Gender, and Race/Ethnicity
      • Total doses of Pfizer, Moderna, and J&J administered by Age, Gender, and Race/Ethnicity 
      • Number of people fully vaccinated by Age, Gender, and Race/Ethnicity 
      • Number of people fully vaccinated by Age, Gender, and Race/Ethnicity
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State Tier System

Learn more about California's Blueprint for a Safer Economy to reduce COVID-19 in the state with revised criteria for loosening and tightening restrictions on activities.

To find the status of activities in our county, enter Nevada into the county field, select the business or activity you are interested in, and click the blue "Get Latest Risk Levels" button. This will bring up links to State guidance for your selected industry.

  1. COVID-19 NewsFlash

    B.1.1.7 Variant of COVID-19 Confirmed in Eastern and Western Nevada County

    Nevada County Public Health received notice that two specimens for SARS-CoV-2 taken in mid-March were determined to be the B.1.1.7 variant. Read on...
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    B.1.429 Variant of COVID-19 Confirmed in Nevada County

    The Nevada County Public Health department announced today that it has confirmed the first identified instance of the B.1.429 Variant of COVID-19 in Nevada County. Read on...
  3. 4.6.21 Tier Data _ NewsFlash

    Nevada County Risks Moving Backwards into the Purple Tier Next Week

    Nevada County once again met the metrics for the Purple Tier, meaning COVID-19 is widespread and case rates are increasing. Nevada County will remain in the Red Tier this week but will likely return to the Purple Tier on Wednesday, April 13th. Read on...
  4. 16+ now eligible at public health vaccine clinics

    Nevada County Vaccine Update: Eligibility expands to 16 and older at Public Health clinics

    4/1: Starting today, Nevada County Public Health has opened up vaccine eligibility to everyone 16 and older at our Public Health clinics. Statewide, everyone 50+ is eligible at all vaccine providers as of today. Read on...
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    Nevada County Vaccine Update: Eligibility expands + clinic tomorrow!

    3/25: Starting April 1, everyone 50 years old and older will be eligible to make an appointment for COVID-19 vaccine in California. Starting April 15, everyone 16 years old and older will be eligible for an appointment. Read on...
  6. NewsFlash_Red Tier

    Nevada County Will Move into the Red Tier, Wednesday, March 24th

    Today, Nevada County met the State’s metrics for the Red Tier for two consecutive weeks and will move into the Red Tier on Wednesday, March 24th. Read on...
  7. Collective Focus and Commitment Will Get Nevada County out of Purple Tier Restrictions

    Nevada County remains in the Purple Tier but meets the Red Tier criteria for the first time since November. Read on...
  8. Gail Gaffney, Sierra Pines_NewsFlash

    REACH Team Brings COVID-19 Vaccine to Most Vulnerable Residents

    The REACH (Resources for Equity & Access in Community Health) Team is the Public Health Department’s crew of nurses dedicated to vaccinating those with the most risk and the least access to COVID-19 vaccinations. Read on...
  9. Blueprint Purple Tier_ NewsFlash

    State Announces Changes to Business Tier System

    Nevada County remains in the Purple Tier with the update and reassessment of the new statewide Blueprint for a Safer Economy thresholds. Our pathway to the Red Tier is to continue social distancing, masking, and refraining from social gatherings. Read on...
  10. Nevada County Vaccine Update March 12: Eligibility expands March 15

    Nevada County Vaccine Update: Eligibility expands March 15

    3/12: Starting March 15, people with certain significant, high-risk medical conditions or disabilities will become eligible for vaccines statewide. Read on...
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    Nevada County Vaccine Update: 100% of Vaccines Available in Nevada County Are Planned For

    Feb 15. Nevada County continues to vaccinate our community as soon as we receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Read on...
  13. Nevada County Vaccine News: County Opens New Vaccine Clinic in Grass Valley

    Nevada County Vaccine Update: County opens new vaccine clinic in Grass Valley

    Feb 12. This week, the County of Nevada will launch a COVID-19 vaccine clinic in the Whispering Pines business park in Grass Valley. Vaccinations at the Whispering Pines clinic are by appointment only. Read on...
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    Nevada County Vaccine Update: County Pilots MyTurn with Limited Appointments

    Feb 10. Today the County of Nevada will go live with the State’s MyTurn vaccine notification and scheduling platform. Read on...
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    Nevada County Vaccine Update: State revises vaccine eligibility

    Feb 5. Today the State of California released a revised system for vaccine eligibility. Nevada County Public Health continues to follow the guidelines for vaccine eligibility as defined by the State of California. Read on...
  16. TTUSD Staff Vaccine_NewsFlash

    Nevada County Partners with Tahoe Forest Hospital to Vaccinate Tahoe Truckee Teachers

    On Wednesday February 3, 2021, teachers from the Tahoe Truckee Unified School District received their first COVID-19 vaccinations, administered by Tahoe Forest Hospital staff and school nurses from Tahoe Truckee Unified School District. Read on...
  17. Covid Vax Text Alerts2

    Text VACCINEINFO to 898211 for Vaccine Updates from Public Health and 211

    Public Health has partnered with 211 Connecting Point to provide the community text updates about the COVID-19 vaccine in Nevada County. Residents can subscribe to find out when, where and to what populations the COVID-19 has become available to. Read on...
  18. PH COVID NewsFlash (10)

    Nevada County Exits Stay Home Order into Purple Tier

    The State has lifted the Regional Stay Home Order for the Greater Sacramento Region, which includes Nevada County. Due to Nevada County's current daily cases and positivity rate, Nevada County will be exiting into the Widespread Purple Tier. Read on...
  19. Testing Site Colfax_NewsFlash

    Nevada County Increases COVID-19 Testing at Grass Valley Testing Site

    Nevada County’s Grass Valley COVID-19 testing site has increased testing to six days a week to add 165 more tests to its weekly testing capacity, an increase of more that 15% of the testing site’s previous capacity. Read on...
  20. PH COVID NewsFlash (9)

    Nevada County Remains in Regional Stay Home Order

    Nevada County continues to be under the State's Stay Home Order for the Greater Sacramento region. Early projections show ICU capacity is likely to drop and the Order will likely be extended for the Greater Sacramento region. Read on...
  21. Dr. Scott Kellarmann_NewsFlash

    Nevada County Introduces Dr. Scott Kellermann as Public Health Officer

    Beginning January 1, Dr. Scott Kellermann will be joining the Nevada County as Public Health Officer. Dr. Kellermann received his medical degree from Tulane University School of Medicine with a Master’s in Public Health and Master’s in Tropical Medicine. Read on...
  22. Vaccine Arriving in Nevada County_NewsFlash

    Nevada County Hospitals Receive First Shipment of COVID Vaccine

    On Thursday morning Nevada County received our first shipment of the COVID-19 vaccine which included 975 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. These first doses are being distributed to hospitals to begin vaccinating our front-line health care workers. Read on...
  23. PH COVID NewsFlash (8)

    Grass Valley COVID-19 Testing Site Moves to Nearby Colfax Ave Location

    Nevada County’s COVID-19 testing site has moved from the Grass Valley Veterans Hall to 231 Colfax Avenue in Grass Valley. The new site will continue to be operated by OptumServe staff and nurses. Read on...
  24. PH COVID NewsFlash (7)

    Nevada County moves into regional Stay-at-Home Order beginning Friday, December 11th

    Today, the State announced that Nevada County, along with neighboring counties in the Greater Sacramento region, will be moving into the State’s Regional Stay at Home Order beginning Friday, December 11th. Read on...
  25. PH COVID NewsFlash (6)

    Nevada County remains in the State’s Purple Tier as COVID cases rise

    Nevada County's ‘active’ cases on our dashboard represent over 30% of our total COVID cases and we continue to experience high rates of community transmission. Nevada County remains in the Purple “Widespread” Tier today under the State's tier system. Read on...
  26. PH COVID NewsFlash (5)

    Five COVID Deaths Reported Today, Largely Due to Outbreaks in Skilled Nursing Facilities

    Today, Nevada County reported five additional deaths from COVID-19. Four of these are related to COVID-19 outbreaks in local skilled nursing facilities, and the other was an older adult not affiliated with a skilled nursing facility. Read on...
  27. PH COVID NewsFlash (4)

    Nevada County Community Update on COVID-19 and Regional Stay-at-Home Order

    To blunt the curve and save lives, California has introduced a Regional Stay-at-Home Order for counties whose regional hospital systems fall under 15% ICU capacity. Join us Friday at 2pm to learn how we can protect our community and essential workers. Read on...
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    Nevada County COVID-19 Cases Continue to Rise

    Nevada County continues to have a rapid rise in COVID-19 cases, with active cases jumping from 307 to nearly 400 over the past week. Governor Newsom has indicated that a statewide Stay-at-Home Order is possible if current trends continue. Read on...
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    Nevada County COVID-19 Cases Continue to Rise Exponentially

    Nevada County has seen a rapid rise in COVID-19 cases, with over 120 new cases over the weekend representing 10% of our total COVID-19 cases since March. Nevada County’s COVID-19 data continues to meet the most restrictive Purple Tier. Read on...
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    State Issues Limited Stay at Home Order to Slow Spread of COVID-19

    Due to the rapid rise in COVID-19 cases across California, Governor Newsom and CDPH announced a limited Stay at Home Order requiring generally that non-essential work, movement and gatherings stop between 10 PM and 5 AM in counties in the purple tier. Read on...
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    Tips for a Healthier Holiday Season

    The spread of COVID-19 is increasing across the country and in California as colder weather drives more people indoors. Here are some extra tips on how to celebrate the holidays more safely. Read on...
  32. PH COVID NewsFlash 11.16.20

    Nevada County moves into the State’s Purple Tier with a rapid rise in local COVID-19 cases

    Nevada County has seen a rapid rise in COVID-19 cases. Today, the State announced that Nevada County’s COVID-19 data meets the most restrictive Purple “Widespread” Tier that will reduce the capacity and increase restrictions for local businesses. Read on...
  33. PH COVID NewsFlash

    Continue to be COVID safe: Nevada County COVID data meets the Red “Substantial” Tier for first week

    Nevada County's COVID-19 data qualifies us for the more restrictive Red “Substantial” Tier with the State’s tier announcement today. If this trend continues, Nevada County will move into the Red Tier beginning Tuesday, November 17th. Read on...
  34. Nevada County trending towards the Red “Substantial” Tier

    Continue to be COVID safe: Nevada County trending towards the Red “Substantial” Tier

    Although Nevada County remains in the Orange “Moderate” Tier with the State’s tier announcement today, a recent increase in COVID-19 cases may move Nevada County into the Red “Substantial” Tier in future weeks. Read on...
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    No Cost Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Permit Fee Waivers Support Local Business Community

    The County of Nevada Office of Emergency Services (OES) is offering local small business owners, with 25 employees or less, masks and hand sanitizer at no cost. Read on...
  36. COVID Halloween NewsFlash

    Tips for a safe Halloween during COVID-19

    Halloween is around the corner! Find guidance from Nevada County Public Health on how to celebrate safely this year. Read on...
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    Continue to be COVID safe: Nevada County Moves into the Orange “Moderate” Tier

    Nevada County was initially placed in the Red “Substantial” Tier, but today the State announced that Nevada County has moved into the Orange “Moderate” Tier which allows some businesses to safely increase activities and capacity pursuant to guidance. Read on...
  38. PH COVID NewsFlash 9.16.20

    Continue to be COVID Safe: Help Nevada County Reach the Orange Tier Next Week

    Nevada County remains on the cusp of the orange “Moderate” tier which would allow businesses to safely increase the capacity in facilities. Community members are encouraged to consider how personal behavior can help move Nevada County to the next tier. Read on...
  39. PH COVID NewsFlash

    Be COVID Safe Over Labor Day Weekend

    With Labor Day coming up, Nevada County Public Health reminds residents to stay COVID safe while enjoying their holiday weekend. Read on...
  40. Coronavirus NewsFlash Template (22)

    State Announces New COVID-19 Blueprint for Counties

    Your Actions Save Lives: Individuals are urged to wear a mask, maintain six feet of space, wash hands and get tested to help move Nevada County from Tier 2 to Tier 3 and support a Safer Economy. Read on...
  41. NevCo Relief Fund

    County Supervisors Allocate $250,000 to the Nevada County Relief Fund for Third Round of Grants

    In mid-July, the Board of Supervisors allocated $250,000 in State Coronavirus Relief Funds (CRF) to the Nevada County Relief Fund, part of the $3 Million total set aside to support small businesses and nonprofits hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  42. Economic Community Resiliency - NewsFlash

    County Supervisors Approve $1.5 Million for “Economic & Community Resiliency” Grants

    The County of Nevada Board of Supervisors approved $1.5 Million to support a new “Economic & Community Resiliency” grants program designed to offset COVID-19 related economic hardships and disruptions to local businesses and nonprofits. Read on...
  43. Carhop-square

    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...
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    Nevada County Relief Fund Provides $200,000 in Second-Round Grant Awards to Local “Safety-net”

    The Nevada County Relief Fund announced its second round of grant awards, totaling $200,000, supporting eleven “safety-net” nonprofits in western Nevada County, who are all providing a life line to our neighbors most in need Read on...
  45. Coronavirus NewsFlash Template (20)

    Statewide Closure of All Bars and Indoor Operations of Restaurants, Wineries and Movie Theaters

    Today, Governor Newsom and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced additional statewide closures that impact Nevada County business operations. Read on...
  46. Carhop-square

    TFF Carhop Event - July 11-12

    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...
  47. Coronavirus NewsFlash Template (19)

    Nevada County Reminds Residents to Help Limit Spread of COVID-19 Over Holiday Weekend

    Summer is officially here in Nevada County. As residents prepare to celebrate the Fourth of July weekend, Nevada County reminds residents to follow best practices for reducing the spread of COVID-19. Read on...
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    Nevada County Announces Interim Public Health Officer Dr. Richard Johnson

    Nevada County Public Health welcomes Dr. Richard Johnson as interim Public Health Officer. Dr. Johnson is an M.D., has a Master’s in Public Health, is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Read on...
  49. National-Local Coronavirus

    The National and Local Economic Impact of the Coronavirus

    – Renowned economist, Jon Haveman, will present a public talk on the national and local economic impact of the Coronavirus on Thursday, July 9th, from 6:00-7:30PM. Read on...
  50. Coronavirus NewsFlash Template (16)

    Surge in Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Nevada County

    We have seen a significant increase of new cases in the past weeks. Wednesday marked the highest single day increase since the COVID-19 event began, with ten new cases. The new cases occurred in both Western Nevada County and Eastern Nevada County. Read on...
  51. Lets Talk Nevada County Logo Green

    Nevada County Launches Let’s Talk Nevada County Campaign

    In challenging times, taking care of ourselves and others is important. Life can leave us feeling stressed, anxious and worried during good times, not to mention during a pandemic. Read on...
  52. Carhop-square

    TFF Carhop Event this Saturday and Sunday, June 20-21

    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...
  53. TownHall

    Moving Forward - A Virtual Town Hall with Local Officials

    As we move into Stage 3 reopening, how do we balance the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic with community health and wellness? Can we protect both our small businesses and our most vulnerable citizens? Where is our common ground? Read on...
  54. NevCo Relief Fund June 16

    Nevada County Relief Fund Seeks Round 2 Grant Applications from “Safety-net” Nonprofits

    The Nevada County Relief Fund seeks grant applications from “safety-net” nonprofits in western Nevada County providing a life-line to our neighbors most in need, and small businesses throughout the County hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  55. Testing Sites Update

    Nevada County COVID-19 Testing Site Updates

    The state launched 80 OptumServe testing sites throughout California, collaborating with county leaders to identify appropriate testing sites with a focus on underserved communities. Nevada County was successful in getting two of these free COVID-19 test Read on...
  56. Stage 3 Open June 12

    Nevada County Stage 3 Businesses May Reopen with Modifications, June 12th

    Nevada County Public Health has updated Nevada County’s Reopen Plan for the safe reopening of 12 new industry sectors in Nevada County beginning on June 12th, which includes statewide guidance and guidance for variance counties like Nevada County. Read on...
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    Saturday, June 6th TFF Car Hop Event to Celebrate Nevada County Students

    Nevada County is proud to bring together the community and celebrate the graduating class of 2020 through our upcoming Carhop event this weekend. To show support for our graduating high school students in our community the first 300 students will receive Read on...
  58. 28 cases June 2

    Nevada County confirmed COVID-19 cases increases to 48

    Nevada County received notification of six new COVID-19 cases today; five of the residents are closely connected with a common exposure, and the sixth was a person who had no symptoms. All are adults residing in Eastern Nevada County. Read on...
  59. NevCo Relief Fund

    Nevada County Relief Fund Announces $210,000 in First-Round Grant Awards

    The Nevada County Relief Fund has announced the first round of grant awards, totaling $210,000 boosting eight “safety-net” nonprofits in western Nevada County, who are providing a life line to our neighbors most in need, and twenty-eight small businesses Read on...
  60. Updated Reopen Plan May 27

    Nevada County Public Health updates Reopen Nevada County Plan

    Nevada County Public Health updates Reopen Nevada County plan to include hair salons, barber shops and religious services with modifications Hair salons and barber shops may now open under Nevada County’s attestation of readiness with the State Read on...
  61. Transit Fare Free

    Nevada County Transit Services Will Provide Fare Free Service Through June 30, 2020

    As our community continues to adapt to the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, Nevada County Transit Services is providing essential service while implementing best practices to slow the spread of coronavirus. Read on...
  62. Revised STR Order May 26

    Nevada County Public Health Officer Issues Revised Short-Term Rental Order

    Nevada County still under statewide Order Short-term rentals can be rented for stage 2 business travel, to essential service workers and COVID impacted persons Read on...
  63. Heidi Hall 3

    Heidi Hall: Stay Strong and Stand Together

    Since the Governor’s Stay at Home order was issued on March 19, Nevada County, like every community around the world, has struggled to meet the challenges brought on by a global pandemic. While some communities have rushed to re-open, defying state law, Read on...
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    Great Plates Delivered Begins Service in Nevada County

    Program delivers fresh meals to seniors who do not qualify for other supplemental nutrition programs and supports local food vendors who provide the meals. Read on...
  65. NevCo Relief Fund

    Nevada County Relief Fund Seeks Grant Applications from “Safety-net” Nonprofits and Small Businesses

    The Nevada County Relief Fund seeks grant applications from “safety-net” nonprofits in western Nevada County providing a life-line to our neighbors most in need, and small businesses throughout the County hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  66. Readiness Plan Approved May 12

    Nevada County's Readiness Plan approved by State

    Nevada County is still under the statewide Stay-at-Home order, however this means that Nevada County has met the State’s readiness criteria to move further into Stage 2 reopening and reopen more local businesses. Read on...
  67. Move forward to Stage 2 May 11

    Nevada County submits Readiness Plan to State to move further towards Stage 2 reopening

    Today, Nevada County Public Health Officials received good news after a meeting with the California Department of Public Health. Nevada County's attestation of readiness to move further into Stage 2 reopening received a positive response from the State. Read on...
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    Nevada County Public Health Officer Rescinds Local Stay-at-Home Order

    Public Health Officer, Dr. Ken Cutler, has rescinded Nevada County's local Stay-at-Home Order. Nevada County is now under the statewide Order and looking towards meeting the state's "readiness criteria". Read on...
  69. Coronavirus NewsFlash Template (8)

    Nevada County prepared for modification and Stage 2 of statewide Stay-at-Home Order

    Today Governor Newsom announced good news that "the state can begin to move into Stage 2 of modifying the stay at home order this Friday, May 8, with guidelines released Thursday, May 7," according to a press release on Governor Gavin Newsom's website. Read on...
  70. Coronavirus Increase Testing

    Nevada County will increase COVID-19 testing with new community testing sites

    Following Governor Gavin Newsom’s recent announcement to add more than 80 community testing sites across the state, Nevada County will soon launch a test site in Grass Valley and another site in Kings Beach, in neighboring Placer County. Read on...
  71. NevCo Relief Fund

    Nevada County Relief Fund Empowers Community to Take Care of its Own

    With todays’ public launch of the Nevada County Relief Fund, the community now has a central place to come together and lift up their neighbors and small businesses hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  72. Coronavirus NewsFlash Template

    Community Education on Stay at Home Order

    Nevada County, like the state, continues to be under a Stay-at-Home order. On April 15th, County of Nevada Public Health Officer Dr. Ken Cutler issued a local Stay-at-Home order to help clarify local questions. Read on...
  73. Nevada County COVID-19 Symptom Tracker

    COVID-19 Symptom Tracker Now Available to Collect Community-level Data

    If you or a loved one is experiencing symptoms that could be related to the COVID-19 virus, including headache, fever, cough, or other respiratory symptoms, please fill out the “Community Symptoms Report” survey online or by calling 1-833-DIAL211. Read on...
  74. Nurse Casey HOME Team Newsflash

    Nevada County Efforts to Reach Individuals Experiencing Homelessness during COVID-19

    Nevada County is partnering closely with the City of Grass Valley, Nevada City, Town of Truckee, and community partners to reach individuals experiencing homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...