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Community Services Agency | csareno.org
JOIN, Inc. | join.org
Northern Nevada Literacy Council | nnlc.org
Northern Nevada Electrical Training Center | northernnevadaelectricians.com
Ridge House, Inc. | ridgehouse.org
UNR – Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies | casat.org
Carson City has served as Nevada’s capital since statehood in 1864. As of the 2020 census, the population was 58,639, making it the sixth largest city in Nevada. The city is named after the mountain man Kit Carson.
Churchill County is a county in the western U.S. state of Nevada. As of the 2010 census, the population was 24,877. Its county seat is Fallon. Named for Mexican–American War hero brevet Brigadier General Sylvester Churchill, the county was formed in 1861.
Douglas County is located in the northwestern part of Nevada with a population of 49,488. Its county seat is Minden, with a population of 2,000, and the county also includes the towns of Gardnerville and Genoa.
Elko County is in northeastern Nevada, United States with a population of 52, 778. Elko County is the fourth-largest county by area in the contiguous United States and is one of only 10 counties in the U.S. with more than 10,000 square miles of area.
Eureka County was established in 1873 and formed from Lander County after silver was discovered more than 100 miles east of Austin. Located in central Nevada, Eureka County is comprised of three towns—Eureka, Beowawe and Crescent Valley.
Humboldt County has one major city — Winnemucca with a population around 17,285. Interstate 80 travels through the southeastern corner of the county, serving as a primary freight corridor between Northern Nevada and Boise, Idaho.
Lander County was created in 1862. It was one of the original 11 counties of Nevada when statehood was granted in 1864. It was named for Frederick W. Lander, chief engineer of a federal wagon route through the area in 1857.
Lyon County was one of the nine original counties created on November 25, 1861. It was named after Nathaniel Lyon, the first Union General to be killed in the Civil War. Lyon has a population of 59,235.
Mineral County is in Nevada’s interior, on Highway 95. Mining communities and ghost towns dot the county. Its name came from the surrounding area, which is heavily mineralized. Hawthorne has always been its county seat.
Pershing County is located along Interstate 80, approximately 90 miles North of Reno, Nevada, in the Humboldt River Valley. Lovelock is the county seat and also the center of economic activity. It was the last county to be established in Nevada, formed in 1919.
In 1859, miners discovered the largest gold and silver deposits ever found in the United States in Storey County’s Virginia City. Storey County is home to the largest industrial park in the US, the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center.
With a population of 471,519, Washoe County the Nevada’s second-most populous county. Washoe County was created in 1861, as one of the original nine counties of the Nevada Territory and is named after the Washoe people.
White Pine County is a largely mountain county along Nevada’s central eastern border. It is the home of Great Basin National Park and 14 federally designated wilderness areas, including Nevada’s famed pony Express Territory. Ely is the county seat.