WHEN DISASTER STRIKES
Your information source during regional emergencies in Washoe County
When large-scale natural disasters and events affect Washoe County residents, regardless of city boundary, the Washoe Regional Emergency Information Center will activate and bring you up-to-minute information. Whether it’s during a wildfire threatening neighborhoods, flooding along the Truckee River corridor or any other event affecting anyone in Reno, Sparks or Washoe County, stay informed with news and updates from city and county officials at EmergencyWashoe.com.
New Perimeter Map
Washoe County Emergency Management, in collaboration with North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District, Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District, City of Sparks, City of Reno, Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe, and Reno-Sparks Indian Colony, have created a map that helps residents identify the location of current large-scale emergencies, evacuation areas and road closures.
RECENT EMERGENCY UPDATES
The National Weather Service has forecast a series of storms that will continue to bring snow and rain to our region into next week. Washoe County Community Services Department (CSD) has been preparing for winter weather and is sharing the following update. Washoe311...
Reno, Sparks, Nev. June 30, 2022. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has listed Washoe County as having a “High” community level for COVID-19 and recommends that people wear masks when in public indoor places and stay up to date on COVID-19 vaccines....
Health District, partners set to administer COVID-19 vaccine to those 6 months-4 years old this week
COVID-19 vaccine is now approved for everyone 6 months and older
Knowing that you are prepared for an emergency can help you and your family stay calm, act effectively, and save lives.
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