2 p.m. Update: I-580 open through Washoe Valley

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Update 1:45p.m.

I580 through Washoe Valley all lanes northbound and southbound now open.

US395 ALT through Washoe Valley all lanes northbound and southbound now open.


Noon update: I580 through Washoe Valley Northbound lanes now open. Southbound lanes remain closed.
US395 Alt through the Valley remain closed.


The Child Development Center at Western Nevada College will also operate on a two-hour weather delay this morning. As a result, the entire Carson City campus is on a two-hour delay.

As mentioned last night, the Fallon campus will operate with regular business hours.


Nevada State offices are operating on a 2-hour delay this morning. NDOT has closed Interstate 580 in Washoe Valley is closed due to blowing snow this morning.


All Carson City School District schools will observe a delayed 2-hour schedule Monday, March 4.

Buses will also operate on a 2-hour delay, so arrival times will be approximately 2-hours later than usual. There will be no Pre-School classes or breakfast served at school.

Employees are to report to work at least 15 minutes before, but not more than 30 minutes before student instruction begins and as specified in their regular assignment to allow time to prepare safe parking lots and walkways. They should take caution and plan 2-times their normal travel time depending on driving conditions.

The school day will end at the regular time.

For updates and more information, go to carsoncityschools.com for updates.


Delayed start for WNC’s Carson City Campus on Monday, March 4

Due to icy road conditions, Western Nevada College’s Carson City campus will operate on a two-hour delay and open at 10 a.m. on Monday, March 4.

WNC’s Child Development Center, located on the Carson City campus, and the Fallon campus will open at their regular times.
For updates and more information about WNC, go to wnc.edu.


University of Nevada, Reno on delayed start for Monday

Following an assessment of the anticipated overnight weather and road conditions around the University of Nevada, Reno campus, a decision has been made to delay the start of nonessential campus operations (campus operations refers to any work performed at the main University campus, office, property, field work or sponsored events in Reno) until 10 a.m. tomorrow, Monday, March 4. 

Web classes and remote operations will continue as scheduled. All in-person classes before 10 a.m. are canceled.


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