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Citizen Advisory Boards
North Valleys (NV CAB)

The North Valleys Citizen Advisory Board meetings are held bimonthly on the 2nd Monday in the months of:
February, April, June, August, October, and December at 6:30 p.m. at the
North Valleys Regional Park Community Building located at
8085 Silver Lake Drive, Reno, Nevada. 

Stay in Touch: Interested activities in your area visit "What's Happening in My Community"

Send your comments and concerns to the North Valleys CAB (see note below)

Membership Roster

CAB Boundary Map


Agenda Items marked with:
*   = Notice of Possible Quorum
** = Meeting Cancelled or no quorum
++ = Special CAB Meeting 





2015 Agendas:  *Jan 13 *Jan 29  Feb 9

2015 Minutes: Feb 9

2014 Agendas:  Feb 10  *Mar 31 *Apr 8 
Apr 14  Jun 9  Aug 11  Oct 13 *Nov 6  Dec 8

2014 Minutes:  Feb 10  Apr 14  Jun 9  Aug 11 
Oct 13  Dec 8

2013 Agendas: 
Dec 9

2013 Minutes:
  Dec 9








 North Valleys CAB Program Contact:


Andrea Tavener
Office of the County Manager
Constituent Services
775.328.2720 -- Fax: 775.328.2491
Email: atavener@washoecounty.us


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