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Agendas and minutes for many of Washoe County's public bodies are displayed below.

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Washoe County is accepting applications for persons living in Washoe County who are interested in serving on the Washoe County Regional Animal Services Advisory Board
The Washoe County Board of Commissioners is seeking volunteers from the community to serve on the Washoe County Audit Committee.
911 Emergency Response Advisory Committee Seeking Volunteer Member
Considers applications for permits to keep animals within Washoe County

The Northern Nevada Water Planning Commission (NNWPC) was previously known as the Regional Water Planning Commission (RWPC).

Senate Bill 487, passed in the 2007 Nevada Legislative Session creating a new regional water entity in Washoe County named Western Regional Water Commission (WRWC). The new law also changed the name and role of the existing RWPC effective April 1, 2008.

The NNWPC is a technical advisory group that reports to the WRWC. For information regarding NNWPC Member Agencies, click here. For contact information, click here.

Learn more about the Western Regional Water Commission at: For an overview of the Western Regional Water Commission`s framework and work plan download their brochure.

The Western Regional Water Commission adopted an Amendment to the Comprehensive Regional Water Management Plan on January 9, 2009.

The first official NNWPC meeting was held on April 30, 2008. The NNWPC meets on the first Wednesday of each month. Meeting dates designated with an * have been cancelled.


The commission is comprised of nine voting members and nine non-voting members.

Time Commitment

Members are appointed to a three-year term and may serve two consecutive terms.


Nevada Revised Statute 540A.080

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Vacancy is to represent Commission Districts 4 on the Commission.
Recruiting for a community member to join the REMSA Board
2 open positions on the Advisory Board to Manage Wildlife