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Reno Community Development Update

Good afternoon, I hope you are all healthy and managing through this uncertain time. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if we can make any adjustments to help. As a follow up to last week’s emails in relation to the COVID-19 situation and the impact to the operations at City Hall, we wanted to provide a few updates for you. …

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Testing for COVID-19 is covered

For those members covered by our Association Health Plan, PROMINENCE HEALTH PLAN announced that any cost for a health provider visit and testing related to the COVID-19 is fully covered. No out-of-pocket costs will be required from any urgent care center, emergency department or health care specialist. Call 1-800-863-7515 for additional information regarding health coverage if an employer reduces a …

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Temporary Lobby Closure

Clark County Building and Fire Prevention Department LOBBY will be closed to the public as of March 18 Click Here Unfortunately, due to the national COVID-19 virus, the Clark County Building and Fire Prevention Department LOBBY will be closed to the public as of March 18, 2020, until further notice. Staff will actively process plans and permits via online. Currently Inspections can …

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Carson City Building Division continues to process permits and inspections

A message from the Carson City Community Development Department:   The Carson City Community Development Department would like all those in the construction industry to know that the Building Division is continuing to process building permits and conduct permit inspections during this period of office closures. Applicants may continue to apply for building permits through the online permit portal at …

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NDEP is Open for Business!

Nevada Division of Environmental Protection NDEP is “open for business”, it’s just the doors that are locked to the public.  We have moved the majority of our staff to telework, but our team of engineers, scientists, and administrative staff are all still serving Nevadans.  It’s good to know your industry is still moving Nevada forward as well, and we are …

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GOVERNOR’S 3-20 COVID-19 UPDATE

In the Governor’s latest address he mandated (not suggested) that all non-essential businesses be closed. What’s that mean for construction? Nothing. Again, we want to thank the governor’s office for acknowledging the importance and impact of the construction industry as ESSENTIAL. This means professional offices, suppliers, service providers, construction personnel and even realtors can continue to operate, however, the following …

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URGENT: COVID-19 Update

In light of growing concerns regarding the COVID-19 virus Governor Sisolak addressed Nevada’s residents last night, informing them that all non-essential businesses would be closed for the next 30 days. Upon further clarification, we want to thank the governor’s office for acknowledging the importance and impact of the construction industry as essential. This means professional offices, suppliers, service providers, construction …

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From the State of Nevada Department of Business and Industry Division of Industrial Relations Occupational Safety and Health Administration

To Whom It May Concern, This memorandum provides guidelines for the management of staff and labor in the construction, industry. This memorandum supports and enhances Governor Steve Sisolak’s March 18, 2020 document titled, “Nevada Health Response COVID-19 Risk Mitigation Initiative.” As identified by the Governor of Nevada, the implementation of the following protocols is extremely important to reduce and slow …