The Tuesday, Feb. 28 meeting of the Carson City School District Board of Trustees has been canceled, according to a news release from the school district.
Carson City offices will be closed Tuesday due to weather, according to a news release from the city. The closure includes all city offices except the courthouse and essential public safety services.
Carson City Public Works is working around the clock to clear streets of snow and ice to ensure the safety of those traveling on Carson City roads during this storm.
Gov. Joe Lombardo announced that state offices in Carson City, Douglas County, Lyon County, Storey County, and Washoe County will remain closed on Tuesday. Aside from essential public safety and corrections personnel, state offices in these counties will be closed today due to ongoing severe winter weather.
Recent winter storms continue to create regional transportation difficulties and potentially dangerous road conditions across northern Nevada, and Governor Lombardo asks Nevadans to continue to follow all local transportation and public safety guidance.
The Office of the Governor will continue to monitor emerging weather conditions alongside the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) and the Department of Public Safety (DPS).
Due to the continuing winter storm warning, high winds and weather-related conditions, all schools in the Carson City School District will be closed for the entire day Tuesday, Feb. 28.
All employees and students should remain home. No student activities, afterschool programs or practices will occur, including remote instruction. No school services such as transportation, nutrition or student health will be provided.
WNC is planning remote operations on Tuesday, Feb. 28, for its Carson City and Douglas campuses, as well as the Child Development Center.
Due to severe incoming weather and dangerous road conditions, all non-essential University of Nevada, Reno operations and in-person classes will be suspended, today, Tuesday, Feb. 28. This applies to all University facilities in Washoe County, Douglas County and Carson City. All web classes, and remote operations will continue as scheduled.
The Redfield campus, Building A at 18600 Wedge Pkwy., and the University of Nevada, Reno at Lake Tahoe’s Wayne L. Prim Campus has suspended in-person classes and non-essential operations today as well.
Check www.unr.edu and University social media channels for important, ongoing University updates or changes to University operations.
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