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Post Nevada Day Trash Mob

October 28, 2018
8:00 am - 10:00 am
N. Curry St. & 3rd St , Carson City, NV 89701United States
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  • 2 Hour Shift

  • Anyone

  • 80+ Volunteers

What we'll doHelp clean up downtown.
Who can do itEveryone is welcome!

Nevada Day is one of Carson City’s biggest events and enjoyed by thousands of people. This year, Carson City Parks, Recreation & Open Space is working closely with the Nevada Day committee to orchestrate a mass clean-up of downtown the day following Nevada Day. This volunteer event is open to individuals, families, and groups*. A total of 80 individuals are needed! Help us return downtown Carson City back to itself!

N. Curry St. & 3rd St , Carson City, NV 89701United States
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Mayor Bob Crowell presented a proclamation declaring Thomas Gordon, Warehouse Supply Coordinator as Employee-of-the-Quarter. Gordon restored old paper personnel files located in a leaky storage unit which were damaged by continuous rainfall. Upon discovery of the damaged files he immediately removed the files, researched the best way to save the files from
the water damage which required drying each individual piece of paper in the files, repackaged the files and returned them to storage in a manner in which the files would not be damaged further thus avoiding a possible violation of state law which requires the maintenance of personnel files and thereby contributing to the fulfillment of the City’s mission, values and vision.The Board of Supervisors recognized those employees who have provided, and continue to provide,
a dedicated service to the residents, business owners and visitors of Carson City. For 20 years of service Robert Amundson, Street Technician 3, Carson City Public Works and Earl Mays, III, Sergeant, Carson City Sheriffs Office were honored during this mornings meeting.In addition the Board honored Carson Citys dispatchers by recognizing National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, April 14-20.

Mayor Bob Crowell presented a proclamation declaring Thomas Gordon, Warehouse Supply Coordinator as Employee-of-the-Quarter. Gordon restored old paper personnel files located in a leaky storage unit which were damaged by continuous rainfall. Upon discovery of the damaged files he immediately removed the files, researched the best way to save the files from
the water damage which required drying each individual piece of paper in the files, repackaged the files and returned them to storage in a manner in which the files would not be damaged further thus avoiding a possible violation of state law which requires the maintenance of personnel files and thereby contributing to the fulfillment of the City’s mission, values and vision.

The Board of Supervisors recognized those employees who have provided, and continue to provide,
a dedicated service to the residents, business owners and visitors of Carson City. For 20 years of service Robert Amundson, Street Technician 3, Carson City Public Works and Earl Mays, III, Sergeant, Carson City Sheriff's Office were honored during this morning's meeting.

In addition the Board honored Carson City's dispatchers by recognizing National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, April 14-20.
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Congratulations Tom!

Congrats Tom

Way to go Tom

Great job Tom!!

2 days ago

Carson City Nevada Government

This week and every day we celebrate our dispatchers! Thank you!

Carson City Sheriff's Office
National Public Safety Telecommunications Week is observed this week and this year’s theme is Fiesta. Carson City’s Telecommunication Operators act as the central conduit of day-to-day and critical incident information flow in Carson City, and ensure the safety of all our citizens and first responders. Telecommunication Operators provide direction for administering life-saving techniques until officers or fire and medical personnel arrive on scene of the incident. Thank you to all of the Carson City Communications Center Operators, and those serving around the country as well. You can help our Telecommunication Operators by spreading awareness about non-emergency calls. Non-emergency calls can disrupt dispatch communications and may impact both public safety and emergency medical services. Please only dial 9-1-1 for emergency purposes and be sure to lock your phone before putting it in your purse or pocket.

For non-emergencies please call:
775-887-COPS (2677): The non-emergency number for Carson City Sheriff’s Office.
775-887-FIRE (3473): The non-emergency number for Carson City Fire Department.
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YAY! I saw a couple deputies buying gag gifts at my work yesterday and now I see why!💖💖💖 Go Team!😊

3 weeks ago

Carson City Nevada Government

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One of the newest and best yet.

Reopen our range please

Breathtaking 😍