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"A Community to Match the Scenery"

Centrally located just 15 minutes south of Nevada’s state capital and bordering the truly one-of-a-kind Lake Tahoe with all its summer and winter activities, Douglas County is recognized as the gem of Northern Nevada - a hidden jewel. On Nevada’s western border, framed by the Carson Range of the Sierra Nevada and Pine Nut Mountains, Douglas County unfolds. Here you can still find miles of open space, expansive ranches and farms, many historical sites and displays, along with a wealth of outdoor recreation activities.

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A flash flood warning has been issued for Douglas County through Friday August 5, 2022. To view the warning click here. 


HOTELS & LODGING ESTABLISHMENTS

Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) returns for Hotels and Motels 


HOTELS & LODGING ESTABLISHMENTS

Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) returns for Hotels and Motels 

Great people. Great places.

NEWS & ANNOUNCMENTS

Jul 22
Douglas County Community Grants Applications Available For 2023 CDBG Grant Cycle
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Douglas County Community Grants Applications Available For 2023 CDBG Grant Cycle
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Jul 14
Douglas County Honors Judge Jones
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Douglas County Honors Judge Jones
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Jul 12
Seeman Ranch Park Grand Opening
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Seeman Ranch Park Grand Opening
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Jul 11
 Start Time Changed for the Board of County Commissioners Meeting on July 20, 2022, Changed to 9:00 AM
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Start Time Changed for the Board of County Commissioners Meeting on July 20, 2022, Changed to 9:00 AM
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Jul 01
Douglas County Accepting Waitlist VHR Applications From July 1 – July 31 Applications Can be Submitted Online, In-Person, Or by Mail
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Douglas County Accepting Waitlist VHR Applications From July 1 – July 31 Applications Can be Submitted Online, In-Person, Or by Mail
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Jun 23
Douglas County Board of County Commissioners July Meeting Date Changed
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Douglas County Board of County Commissioners July Meeting Date Changed
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Jun 17
Martin Slough Multimodal Trail Project is Complete
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Martin Slough Multimodal Trail Project is Complete
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Jun 13
Douglas County Public Library Welcomes Tim DeGhelder as New Library Director
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Douglas County Public Library Welcomes Tim DeGhelder as New Library Director
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Jun 08
Martin Slough Multimodal Trail Project 95% Complete
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Martin Slough Multimodal Trail Project 95% Complete
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Martin Slough
New construction on the Martin Slough Multimodal Trail project consists of approximately 1.86 miles, 10-Ft wide paved path connecting Jake’s Wetlands in Minden to the Gilman Ponds in Gardnerville. The path will also connect to Minden’s new fishing pond located south of Buckeye Road. The trail provides a convenient pedestrian connection which is just off the main thoroughfare of US 395. Perfect for both residents and tourists that would like to take the “back door” to Minden and Gardnerville’s many shops, restaurants, lodgings, and other businesses.  To view a map of the project or to receive project updates click here. 

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