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CITY GOVERNMENT SERVICES - NC

CITY OF NEVADA CITY #4662494


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  • 317 Broad Street
    Nevada City, Nevada

Provides municipal services for Nevada City.

Provides county government administration.

DURING THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK
County of Nevada, City of Grass Valley and City of Nevada City Limit Public Counter Services and Temporarily Close Buildings
Starting March 19th

Essential Public Services Will Continue

The County, City of Grass Valley and City of Nevada City continue to jointly respond to coronavirus and COVID-19, the illness caused by coronavirus, by implementing social distancing protocols. Coronavirus continues to be an emerging, rapidly evolving situation. We thank our community partners who are making all efforts to help protect the community, from practicing social distancing to following the state and federal guidelines for gatherings. By following the best practices our community can help flatten the bell curve of those possibly contracting COVID-19, help guard against our local health care systems becoming overwhelmed, and protect those most vulnerable to coronavirus in our commun… [read more]
MASK & NUISANCE ORDINANCES - NC

CITY OF NEVADA CITY #71025090


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  • 317 Broad Street
    Nevada City, Nevada

Ordinaces regarding masks and public nuisance were passed by the city council of the City of Nevada City on Decemr 9, 2020. The City of Nevada City abides by COVID-19 Guidance information from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH).

Face Covering Urgency Ordinance - https://www.nevadacityca.gov/files/documents/Ordinance2020-201329042758121120PM.pdf
Any person who violates the [CDPH face covering] Guidance is in violation of this urgency ordinance and is subject to administrative citations under Nevada City Municipal Code Chapter 1.22. The fine amount for the first violation is $100, the second violation is $150, and the third violation is $200.

Public Nuisance Urgency Ordinance - https://www.nevadacityca.gov/files/documents/Ordinance2020-211329042830121120PM.pdf
SELF-HELP CENTER - NCSC

NEVADA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT #4661347


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  • 201 Church Street
    Nevada City, Nevada

During the COVID-19 pandemic, services are being provided by phone and email only.

The Self-Help Center provides the resources citizens need to better understand the legal process and/or represent themselves in a court case. In addition to the Services and Resources listed below, the Center provides the services of the Family Law Facilitator and Small Claims Advisor.

We are a walk in clinic. All services are free of charge and offered on a first come/first served basis. We do charge a small fee for copies and form packets.

The Self-Help Center also provides information and education on Alternative Dispute Resolution.  This alternative form of civil litigation is less formal, less expensive and often a faster method to resolve a conflict between two parties. 

Services to residents of Truckee or Sierra Counties are available either in person or by phone.
  • By Phone - call the number to the right and leave a specific question - include your case number if y…
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COMMUNITY SUPPORT NETWORK - CSNNC

COMMUNITY SUPPORT NETWORK OF NEVADA COUNTY #4664388


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  • Nevada City, Nevada

A collaborative group that offers an inclusive, voluntary association of agencies and individuals from the Nevada County community that meet monthly to share ideas, learn about area programs and collaborations, and discuss matters affecting Nevada County families. We work together to build skills and abilities that will sustain and improve our individual and collaborative efforts to serve the community. We also advocate for families by identifying, raising awareness, building recognition and enhancing visibility around existing and emerging issues that strengthen families and improve the health and quality of life for people in our community, especially those facing challenges and the underserved.

VIRTUAL MEETINGS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Currently our public CSN Partner meetings are open and being held remotely via Zoom. You can view the Zoom meeting details here: https://zoom.us/j/91524336607?pwd=clBxODVTcmZMMTA0NnZScUVtZzRVdz09#success 
Please visit the website, csnnc.o… [read more]
HALLOWEEN BOOK GIVEAWAY - CSNNC

COMMUNITY SUPPORT NETWORK OF NEVADA COUNTY #70103452


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  • Nevada City, Nevada

Each year the Community Support Network collaborates on the Halloween Book Giveaway youth literacy event with a number of other local organizations.

Halloween 2021 Book Giveaway - Drive Up event
WHAT: Spooky Booky Giveaway for ages 0-18 while supplies last
WHEN: Friday, October 29, 2021 from 3-5pm
WHERE: Drive-Thru at the Madelyn Helling Library, 980 Helling Way, Nevada City, CA 95959
SAFETY: This event will follow all relevant COVID-19 protocols and guidance.
INFO: csnnc.org
SPONSORS INCLUDE: Community Support Network of Nevada County, First 5 Nevada County, Nevada County Community Library, Nevada County Public Health

This is one of many possible First 5 Nevada County Ready to Grow (R2G) program resources. Ready to Grow resources are those that support the well-being of children ages 0-5.
HEALTHY BABIES PROGRAM - CANC

CHILD ADVOCATES OF NEVADA COUNTY #4661163


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  • 208 Providence Mine Road, Ste. 119
    Nevada City, Nevada

Healthy Babies offers home visits by trained Family Support Specialists to pregnant and new parents. Services provided help new parents meet challenges through education on healthy growth and development and strengthen bonding with parent and baby.
 
Parents can expect support in problem-solving their baby’s needs, managing life stressors, and enjoying their baby’s development throughout the program from prenatal to age five. Families are linked to community resources throughout Nevada County. Please contact us before your due date and up to three months after giving birth to get started.
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This is a Ready to Grow (R2G) resource. Ready to Grow is a First 5 Nevada County program to connect children 0-5 with services and information that support their well-being. Organizations with programs that have this R2G tag may have additional programs of interest to families.
CALFRESH - NCDSS

NEVADA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES #4662012


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  • 950 Maidu Avenue
    Nevada City, Nevada
local_phone
  • Social Services- Truckee
    530-582-7803

For winter storm 12/27/21
CALFRESH BENEFITS – NEVADA COUNTY
CalFresh Reimbursement. The State of California will issue automatic CalFresh food benefit replacements for residents who lost food due to power outages resulting from the December 27th storm. Replacement benefits will apply to households with physical addresses in the following zip codes:

95986
95945
95959
95949

Benefit replacements will be issued as credit to Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cards on January 27, 2022. The replacement amount will be 25% of regular December benefits issued December 1st through 10th and Emergency Allotments issued on December 4th.

For information or assistance, please contact the Department of Social Services by email or by phone at 530-265-1340.Ways to apply for CalFresh Replacement Benefits or CalFresh Disaster Benefits (Replacement benefits are for people already enrolled in CalFresh, Disaster benefits are for those who are not currently enrolled):

ONLINE: Go to getcalfresh.org and scroll down to:… [read more]
COUNTY GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION - COUNTY OF NEVADA

NEVADA COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICE #67355817


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  • 950 Maidu Avenue
    Nevada City, Nevada

Provides county government administration.

DURING THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK
County of Nevada, City of Grass Valley and City of Nevada City Limit Public Counter Services and Temporarily Close Buildings
Starting March 19th

Essential Public Services Will Continue

The County, City of Grass Valley and City of Nevada City continue to jointly respond to coronavirus and COVID-19, the illness caused by coronavirus, by implementing social distancing protocols. Coronavirus continues to be an emerging, rapidly evolving situation. We thank our community partners who are making all efforts to help protect the community, from practicing social distancing to following the state and federal guidelines for gatherings. By following the best practices our community can help flatten the bell curve of those possibly contracting COVID-19, help guard against our local health care systems becoming overwhelmed, and protect those most vulnerable to coronavirus in our community.

County of Nevada
To protect the community… [read more]
COVID-19 VACCINES - DOKIMOS'

DOKIMOS' PHARMACY #71168547


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  • 640 E Main Street #2
    Grass Valley, Nevada
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  • Phone 1
    530-274-0100

Dokimos' Pharmacy offers COVID-19 vaccines. See info here: https://www.dokimospharmacy.com/
Dokimos' Grass Valley - 530-274-0100
Dokimos' Nevada City - 530-470-8854

COVID-19 vaccines for children 5-11 are available by appointment only on Fridays. Book on the Dokimos' scheduling website here: https://book-ch.appointment-plus.com/ct8jel9s#/

Dokimos' offers appointments and walk-ins for booster shots but only at specific days and times at each location. Call Dokimos' or visit their website for details.

Find additional vaccine providers here: https://www.mynevadacounty.com/3183/Get-Vaccinated



 
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH - NCCDA

NEVADA COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY #47945568


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  • 950 Maidu Avenue, Suite 170
    Nevada City, Nevada

The Environmental Health Department of the Nevada County Community Development Agency is responsible for programs focused on environmental protection and public health in Nevada County. These programs regulate food preparation in restaurants, installation of wells and septic systems, handling hazardous materials and other topics related to consumer protection. https://www.nevadacountyca.gov/1470/Environmental-Health

From time to time there are giveaways of mosquito fish. Mosquito fish can consume large quantities of insect larvae in your pond or other standing bodies of water. By reducing the mosquito population, you can reduce your risk of contracting mosquito-borne diseases including the West Nile Virus. These fish are not native, they are invasive species. These fish are only meant for closed/stagnant ponds. They shouldnot be placed into ponds that can drain into the local creeks and streams. This can have negative impacts on the native ecosystem. … [read more]