Category Archives: CCSD

2022 Nevada Primary Election Results Full results of the 2022 Nevada Primary Elections can be found HERE.         Federal Updates Cortez Masto Statement on Supreme Court Decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization Cortez Masto Applauds Senate Passage of Bipartisan Legislation to Reduce Gun Violence Rosen Statement on Supreme Court Decision to Overturn Roe v. Wade, […]

Election Update Today is the last day of early voting for the Nevada primary election. So far in Clark County, 138,000 have voted- 81,000 mail and 57,000 in person. This is about 11% of registered voters. Republicans: 31,000 in person, 25,000 mail, 17% of total registered. Democrats: 41,000 mail, 21,000 in-person 13.5% total.  In Washoe the […]

Thursday morning, Governor Sisolak officially launched the Home Means Nevada Initiative. The Governor was joined by Adrianne Todman, the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development Deputy Secretary, Congresswoman Dina Titus, Congresswoman Susie Lee, Congressman Steven Horsford, Nevada State Senator Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro and Nevada State Assembly Speaker Pro Tem Steve Yeager, along with […]

This week, Governor Sisolak made several appointments to state agencies and boards: Nelson Araujo was appointed as Nevada’s Infrastructure Advisor. In this role, Araujo will work across all agencies and levels of government to ensure the State is competitively and successfully navigating the acquisition and implementation of federal dollars from the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and […]

In Governor Sisolak’s State of the State address, the Home Means Nevada initiative was announced. The program will invest $500 million to lower the cost of housing, help seniors make repairs and accessibility retrofits to stay in their homes, and boost housing availability. There will be four categories of funds that will be administered by the Nevada […]

 Today, Governor Sisolak announced that effective immediately, the State’s mask mandate has been lifted. From the official press release: “Just like vaccines, masks are still a great tool we have to slow the spread of the virus. I expect going forward to still see Nevadans and visitors occasionally utilizing masks when they are out in public,” said Gov. Sisolak. “The State will no […]

COVID-19 Update Nevada observed a peak of new cases from January 3-13 and the highest single day was recorded on January 10. At this time, Clark County cases are declining, but transmission is still high. Washoe County is likely to be at or near its peak and it is anticipated that case trends in Washoe […]

Governor Sisolak announced yesterday a total of 588,216 Flexflow COVID-19 Antigen home tests are on the way to the State of Nevada. The first deliveries will be made directly to community partners who will help ensure the tests reach Nevadans in high need communities as quickly as possible. This is the State’s first order of at-home rapid tests […]

This week, the Nevada State Infrastructure Bank held its second meeting to discuss proposals for investing in affordable housing and other priority infrastructure projects to leverage hundreds of millions of dollars of outside capital, while creating thousands of jobs. the State Infrastructure Bank kicked off a 30-day comment period to receive public input on a proposed Capital Allocation Plan to support $75 million […]