OES Updates

  1. Free Mulch Pick Up Fridays & Saturdays through June 27

    Free mulch is available on Fridays and Saturdays, from 9am-3pm through June 27 at the Penn Valley Rodeo Grounds, 10513 Spenceville Rd, Grass Valley, CA and the Rise Gold Site, 12625 Brunswick Rd, Grass Valley, CA. Read on...
  2. Now Available Online: Preparing for Wildfire in Western Nevada County Virtual Town Hall

    In case you missed it, the Preparing for Wildfire in Western Nevada County Virtual Town Hall is avilable to watch online. Our expert panel answers questions from Nevada County residents and provides updates on each agencies' state of preparedness. Read on...
  3. Virtual Town Hall: Preparing for Wildfire in Western Nevada County

    Fire season is just around the corner and the Nevada County Office of Emergency Services (OES) is partnering with YubaNet, and local fire authorities, to host a Virtual Town Hall Meeting on Wildfire Preparedness and Response on May 21 from 12:00- 2:00p.m. Read on...
  4. FREE Green Waste Disposal Opportunities in Western & Eastern Nevada County

    Grant funding from the Northern Sierra Air Quality Management District (NSAQMD) expands free residential green waste disposal opportunities throughout the county. Read on...
  5. New Grant Funding Expands Free Green Waste Disposal Countywide

    Grant funding from the Northern Sierra Air Quality Management District will expand free residential green waste disposal opportunities. Disposal will be available Sunday-Tuesday, with free wood chip pick up on Fridays and Saturdays, May 17- June 27. Read on...
  6. Nevada County Public Health Officer Issues Self Isolation and Quarantine for COVID-19

    In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 and to protect vulnerable individuals and to help prevent the local healthcare system from being overwhelmed, the Nevada County Health Officer, Dr. Ken Cutler, has issued two new separate, but related orders. Read on...
  7. Volunteer to Stay Home & Save Lives from COVID-19

    Nevada County Public Health needs your help in combating coronavirus in our community. At this critical time, you can make an important contribution to the battle against COVID-19 by sheltering in place. Read on...
  8. Nevada County Public Health Reports Third Person with Confirmed COVID-19

    The adult, who resides in Western Nevada County, recently traveled outside the country. At this time, it appears COVID-19 was acquired during international travel. California’s Stay-At-Home Order is more important than ever to help protect the community. Read on...
  9. CodeRED Alert on Requirements of California’s Stay at Home Order on Tuesday Morning, March 24th

    A CodeRED Alert will go to all Nevada County residents on Tuesday morning, March 24th, to inform everyone about the requirements of California's Stay at Home Order. Those subscribed to CodeRED will receive notifications staggered throughout the morning. Read on...
  10. Nevada County Public Health Reports Second Person with Confirmed COVID-19

    This case appears to be a community transmission case. Community transmission is occurring in many parts of California and ­only reinforces the need for social distancing and California’s Stay-At-Home Order. Read on...
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