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Insurance Commissioner meets with Supervisors and County staff

California Insurance Commissioner Meets with Supervisors and County Staff

On Wednesday, August 7th, Supervisors
Miller and Scofield, County Executive Officer Alison Lehman, Information and General Services Director Steve Monaghan and County staff met with California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara and his staff to talk about homeowner fire insurance renewal issues specific to Nevada County. Lara said that complaints to the California Department of Insurance related to non-renewals are up nearly 600% since 2010 in areas with increased wildfire risk.


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August 13th Truckee Board Meeting Preview

Board of Supervisors meetings take place every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. Unless otherwise noted, at the beginning of each meeting, the public can address the Board on items that don't appear on the agenda, but are of public interest and are within the jurisdiction of the Board. Tuesday's August 13th special meeting is scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m. in the Truckee Town Hall at the Administrative Center in Truckee.

First, the Board will accept a First Place Award from the National Association of Counties (NACo) for the 2019 Digital Counties Survey.

Following the consent calendar, the Board will consider designating the Lake Tahoe Railway & Transportation Company Truckee Railroad Station as a Nevada County Historical Landmark.

Afterwards, the Board will hear a presentation from the Donner Summit Association regarding economic development in the Soda Springs area.

Then, the Board will hear a presentation and consider accepting Public Health's 2019 Annual Report.

At 11:00 a.m., the Board will first hold a public hearing to consider the adoption of the Hirschdale Road Bridges Project Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaraton before considering a resolution to adopt the study on the project.

In an afternoon session starting at 12:30 p.m., the Board will hear a presentation on the Truckee Tahoe Airport followed by presentations on two affordable housing projects in the area, the Coburn Crossing Housing Project and the Artists Lofts Housing Projects.


Meeting Agenda


Back to School

Back to School Immunization Clinic, August 13th and 29th

For those children without a medical home, who are uninsured or who have Medi-Cal, Nevada County Public Health will be holding a Back to School Immunization Clinic on August 13th from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Grass Valley Veteran's Hall in Grass Valley, and on August 29th from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Joseph Center in Truckee. For over 15 years Public Health has hosted clinics during the summer months to support our children with their immunizations as they enter pre-school, K-12 grades and college.

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Ready Nevada County at the Fair

Visit Nevada County Booths at the Fair

Visiting the Nevada County Fair this weekend? Stop by and say hello to County staff from Gold Country Stage, the Sheriff's Office, Office of Emergency Services, the District Attorney's Office, Nevada County Library, and more!

Also, Nevada County Public Health encourages you to wash your hands every time after any animal encounter: petting, feeding, holding, or even visiting the animal area. Animals can carry germs that make people sick, like E. coli and Salmonella. Washing your hands is a great way to protect your health, and the fair has many hand washing stations and bathrooms available.

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Horses

BLM Will Offer Horses for Adoption in Grass Valley, August 17th and 18th

Wild horses and burros from California's public rangelands will be available for adoption, Saturday and Sunday, August 17th and 18th, at the Nevada County Fairgrounds in Grass Valley.

The Bureau of Land Management will offer ten mares and geldings aged two- to four-years-old and ten yearling fillies and colts under two years old. The adoption offering includes ten burros of all ages.

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Community Collaborative of Tahoe Truckee Releases Community Report

The Community Collaborative of Tahoe Truckee (CCTT) has released a comprehensive Issue Brief that tells the story of how our region is performing in specific community health indicators.

CCTT's mission aligns closely with Nevada County's Health and Human Services efforts in eastern Nevada County. Current focuses include increasing affordable housing, providing comprehensive behavioral health services, and participating in the Tahoe Truckee Suicide Prevention Coalition.


Read the 2019 Community Issue Brief


We're Hiring

Job Openings at Nevada County: Probation Administrative Analyst

Nevada County employs approximately 800 employees covering a full range of services and positions, from accountants to wastewater treatment system operators. In Nevada County, quality of life comes first. It is the only rural California county with two designated Cultural Arts Districts and is known for its abundance of outdoor recreational activities.

The Nevada County Probation Department is hiring an Administrative Analyst I or II. This leadership team role is an exciting opportunity in a forward thinking Probation Department.  The Nevada County Probation Department reviews research and conducts program evaluations to provide effective programming for clients in the local criminal justice system.  The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic about the Probation Department's mission, a collaborative participant in department projects, and a motivating force to help the team achieve its mission.  SQL experience would be a plus!

The Nevada County Probation Department prides itself in having one of the lowest prison recidivism rates in the state. The department works closely with the Nevada County Superior Court, treatment providers, law enforcement and justice partners inside and outside the County.  Numerous Probation employees have earned awards at the state level for their hard work and dedication to the field of probation.  Much of this is due to the focus on hiring quality individuals combined with an emphasis on professional training. 

Apply today for Administrative Analyst I or Administrative Analyst II!  Applications are due by August 29th. Have a question? Contact Human Resources by calling (530) 265-7010 and selecting option 2.

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