COVID-19 Information for Visitors & Residents

August 2021

Nevada County Public Health Officer Dr. Scott Kellermann has issued an order requiring all individuals, regardless of vaccination status, to wear face coverings when indoors in public settings and businesses. The order also strongly recommends that everyone, regardless of vaccination status, wear face coverings outdoors in crowded settings. The order goes into effect at 12:01 am on Friday, August 20th.

Please see the attached press release for more information. You can find the full order on the Nevada County website.

 

 

Questions? Contact 2-1-1

Our partners at 211 Connecting Point are available 24/7 to assist you. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-833-DIAL211 to speak with a local call specialist.

Link to 2-1-1 HERE

211 Connecting Point is a resource and information hub that connects people with community programs and services through a searchable web page and 24/7 local call center. We serve Nevada County, Placer County, and the Tahoe-Truckee region.

We are part of a network of 211’s in North America. In the United States, 211s reach 270 million people and cover all 50 states.

211 is a program of Connecting Point.

 

Please Help Us Limit the Spread of COVID-19

Nevada County reminds residents to follow best practices for reducing the spread of COVID-19, including washing hands regularly, practicing physical distancing of at least six feet, staying home if you’re feeling sick, wearing a face covering (required in public), disinfecting high-touch surfaces and practicing good hygiene.

Influenza and its prevention

https://www.helpadvisor.com/conditions/flu-vaccine-resource-guide

https://www.medicareadvantage.com/resources/seasonal-health-guide-seniors


 

 

Nevada County is hosting a COVID-19 Business Task Force meeting from 3-4pm today, Wednesday, December 9th to discuss the most recent business resources. Register on Zoom at www.mynevadacounty.com/COVID19BusinessTaskForce.

 

 

Stay Informed

Residents are also able to subscribe to receive related media releases and Nevada County newsletters at www.mynevadacounty.com/stayinformed by following the subscription directions to subscribe for “Public Health – Coronavirus” under the News Flash category.


NCGVFood.com

NC GV Food

NC GV FOOD is a restaurant, food & beverage, and shopping market guide for the Nevada City, Grass Valley, and Penn Valley area of western Nevada County. The purpose of this website is to help you decide what’s for breakfast, lunch, and dinner when you’re looking for take-out, delivery, and curbside pickup.

Visit https://www.ncgvfood.com/


Rally for Restaurants

rally for restaurants

Your favorite restaurants are suffering as a result of the COVID-19 health crisis. Sales are down across the country, and jobs are at risk. You can help. Support your local restaurant and order takeout, buy a gift card, or rally your government officials to take action so local restaurants have a chance to survive.

Support your favorite restaurant at https://rallyforrestaurants.com/


Face Coverings

masks make a difference

Find shareable flyers on Nevada County website on:

Masks Make a Difference Fact Sheet in English (Nevada County Public Health)
Masks Make a Difference Fact Sheet in Spanish (Nevada County Public Health)

Contact the County to ask questions at COVID19Recovery@co.nevada.ca.us


Virtual Shop & Support Local – Nevada County

grass valley mining equipment

Find out who is doing online shops, deliveries, call in orders, offers.

We encourage everyone to support our local businesses as much as possible.  Our local business community has been so faithful in supporting so many worthy causes – we are partners in helping to get through this crisis.  All of us. Thank you for making a difference.

Visit Virtual Shop & Support Local Facebook Group


Nevada County Relief Fund

About and to donate https://www.nevcorelief.org/


Customer Code of Conduct

covid customer conduct

Download Flyer


Coronavirus Updates

All members of the community are encouraged to consider how personal behavior can help move Nevada County to the next tier ranking.  Individual action will lead to collective mitigation that will shift the county’s tier status and our collective behavior this weekend matters. Wearing a mask, maintaining physical distance, washing your hands and getting tested can help move Nevada County from Tier 2 to Tier 3 and support decreased modifications to business operations.

For more information visit:  https://www.mynevadacounty.com/2924/Coronavirus