The Great Race Returns to Gardnerville in 2019
Down Payment Assistance
This assistance is no longer just restricted to first time home buyers. For more information click on the link below.
Nevada Rural Housing Homebuyer Services
Carson Water Subconservancy District is delighted to debut this new video series underscoring the importance of conserving the Carson River Floodplain:
Public Service Announcement (PSA) - Conserving the Carson River Floodplain as a Community Asset
Agriculture’s a Good Fit for Conserving the Carson River Floodplain as a Community Asset
A Case for Developers to Conserve the Carson River Floodplain as a Community Asset
Our Officials in Conserving the Carson River Floodplain as a Community Asset
Read more on the Gardnerville Station History
The building has been renovated and the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony has been 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.
The Lumos & Associates engineering firm is working on the improvement plans for this project. We have met with the Kingslane HOA and discussed and coordinated the plans for the new wall along the highway. NV Energy plans are complete for a new meter and street lighting.
On 11/2/15, Lumos was awarded the engineering/surveying/materials testing and construction phase services. A study was needed for NDOT to review the viewshed corridor.
We have not received the structural plans yet on this project. We anticipate putting this project out to bid once we receive the plans.
Funded by State Question 1 Funds and Town funds
The Martin Slough trail with trail amenities project is complete. The contractor installed concrete stairs to Chichester Drive for access, a new pedestrian trail ADA ramp, and a new pedestrian crossing at Chichester and Gilman Avenues at the existing bridge.
Added a larger drainage pipe from Hussman to Cottonwood slough, allowing the stormwater to flow off of the street and gutter, reducing the constant flooding issue at the end of Hussman Avenue.