Gardnerville Station

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UPDATE 11/27/18:
The building has been renovated and the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony habeen rescheduled.  The public is invited to attend.

Press Release: Join the Town of Gardnerville, along with Main Street Gardnerville and the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce, for a ribbon cutting ceremony of Gardnerville Station on December 17th at 4:30 p.m. Help celebrate the newly refurbished gas station that was deeded to the Town of Gardnerville by the Douglas County Board of Commissioners in 2013. It has been five years and with the help of NDEP (Brownfields & Petroleum Fund), Community Development Block Grant and Douglas County, the renovation phase of the building has been completed and the town looks forward to more site improvements in the near future.

Gardnerville Station, formerly known as the Eagle Gas Station at 1395 Hwy 305 N, will serve as a Welcome Center and community members may rent the space for meetings and special events / activities.

Attendees will enjoy complimentary hors d’oeuvres & non-alcoholic beverages.

For more information, contact Town Staff at 775-782-7134 or email [email protected]

UPDATE 8/14/18:
The Ribbon Cutting ceremony has been cancelled and will be rescheduled in the near future.

UPDATE 8/8/18:
The Town of Gardnerville, along with Main Street Gardnerville and the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce, have scheduled a Ribbon Cutting for the Gardnerville Station on Wednesday, August 15th at 4 pm. Attendees can enjoy hors d’oeuvres & beverages as we celebrate the newly refurbished gas station that was deeded to the Town of Gardnerville by the Douglas County Board of Commissioners in 2013. It has been five years and with the help of NDEP (the Petroleum Fund) and Douglas County (grants from CDBG) we are completing the renovation of the building. Gardnerville Station is located at 1395 Hwy 395 N, corner of Mission Street and Hwy 395 N.

UPDATE 3/19/18:
We have, with many thanks to McGinley & Associates and BRAMCO Construction, finished the site cleanup phase of the project. This last round of work removed the remaining known contaminated soils on the site. A total of 675 tons of material was removed from the site, well over the anticipated contamination area by almost a factor of 4. Thank you to the state staff and board of the State Petroleum Fund for all the support getting this site cleaned up.

The large station canopy between the road and the building was removed allowing the contamination to be removed under the concrete pad.

The Dube` Group finished the building renovation improvement plans,which the town submitted for a building permit in April. We will be installing an underground storm water detention system allowing the highway storm water to discharge into the new Hellwinkel channel. R O Anderson Engineering is working on the flood modeling of both the channel and the "S" curve area.

The bid for building renovation went out and Simerson Construction LLC is in the process of being awarded the bid. The State Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) will fund the building improvements and underground storage tank needed.