Category Archives: NEWS

Celebrate Washoe Valley 2018

Washoe Lake State Park graciously hosted Celebrate Washoe Valley for the fifth year. Jennifer Dawson, park ranger, was excited to report the impressive number of vehicles that entered the gate to attend the event.  We estimate more than 300 people enjoyed the day. Thank you to the twenty-seven government and community organizations who prepared informative displays and...
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Spring Clean-up – Saturday, June 10 at 8:30 AM

Washoe Valley Alliance in cooperation with Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful has scheduled a spring clean-up of Eastlake Blvd from old 395 to the Truckee Meadows Protection District Station 16 alongside Little Washoe Lake (a distance of 1 mile) on Saturday, June 10 at 8:30 AM.  We will meet at the dirt parking lot...
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Celebrate Washoe Valley 2018

You are invited to come and learn more about these organizations in Washoe Valley. May 19, 2018 Download poster here
  • Washoe Lake State Park
  • Washoe County Parks/Scenic Byway
  • Scenic Nevada
  • Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation
  • Washoe Valley Garden Group
  • Master Gardeners/Cooperative Extension
  • South Valleys...
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Washoe Valley Alliance Adopts-A-Spot

Commit to a Cleaner Community 

We are proud to announce that Washoe Valley Alliance adopted-a-spot to help maintain and clean. The Adopt-A-Spot program is an opportunity for businesses and community groups to invest in the health and beauty of our community and increase the quality of life for residents and visitors. KTMB has over 40 adopters that...
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National Public Lands Day

Join us Saturday September 26th, 9am-12pm at Washoe Lake State Park. Volunteers will collect seeds from native plants in Washoe Lake State Park. The seeds collected from this event will go into restoration projects for other public land sites. When heading North or South on I580/395 Take exit 46 For more information please contact the BLM Office...
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“911 Signs”

The South Valley Volunteer Fire Department is working to implement a "911 Signs" program that has proven extremely effective in other rural areas within Washoe County and the greater U.S. A. The program focuses on providng standardized, highly- visible address number signs to be placed near driveways to enable location correct addresses in emergency response situations. ...
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Deadline Changed to April 27, 2015

The Bureau of Land Management, Carson City District, is currently working on the Resource Management Plan (RMP) and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) that will govern management of millions acres of public lands for the next couple of decades. Washoe Valley...
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