Second Drive-Through Vaccination Pod
Based on the response to the first dose drive-through vaccination pod, there will be no electronic registration for the second vaccination pod on the 24th.
The second dose pod will take place on April 24th, 2021 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM at the Pershing County Community Center. See the COVID-19 Information Page for details.Mobile Vaccination Unit April 16th, 2021 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Update 04/13/2021: Due to the freeze on the Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) Vaccine, the MVU will be offering the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine on April 16th. The second dose will be offered on May 5th. Vaccinations using the Pfizer vaccine will also be opened up to all Nevada residents aged 16 and older.
Mobile Vaccination Units (MVUs) from FEMA will be in Pershing County on Friday, April 16th 2021 to distribute up to 300 doses of the Janssen single-dose vaccine. The MVUs will be at the Senior Center
Vaccine doses will be distributed on a first come, first served basis free of charge to all Nevadans age 18 and up. There is no charge for vaccination.
Download the Event Flyer.
Note: This is not the Moderna vaccine that was provided during the Drive-Through Pod held in March.New Job Openings Available
The Pershing County is seeking applicants to fill the following positions:
- Eleventh Judicial District Court Clerk (Trainee)
Open until filled.
Job Description | Court Employment Application
- Community Center Coordinator (Part-Time)
Open until filled.
- Buildings & Grounds Maintenance Worker I/II (Temporary)
Applications due by 3:00 PM on April 23, 2021
- Buildings & Grounds On-Call Custodian
Open until filled.
Update 03/23/2021: Vaccine eligibility for this event has been opened to all Pershing County residents 18 years of age or older!
First Dose of Moderna Vaccine. Second dose to be distributed April 24th, 2021.
Lovelock Community Center
820 6th Street
Eligible Residents Include:
Pershing County residents who are 18 years of age and older.Registration closed. | Download the Consent Forms
Download the Event Flyer or visit the COVID-19 Information Page for additional details. Message from Pershing County Health Officer, Dr. Kamin VanGuilder, MD
As of November 12th, Pershing County has experienced a dramatic increase in COVID-19 cases. Currently, we have identified 44 positive cases of COVID-19. 20 of those within the last two weeks. There are many test results pending, so this number may continue to climb. Community members can track Pershing County’s COVID-19 statistics by visiting the Pershing County website’s COVID-19 Information Page or by visiting the NV Health Response website...Read More... County E-mail System Upgrade
As part of ongoing efforts to improve digital information security and communication between Pershing County employees and the public, Pershing County IT Department is performing a migration to a new e-mail system and e-mail addresses.
After the maintenance window beginning at 6:00 PM on Friday, September 18, 2020, all Pershing County Employees will have email addresses ending in @pershingcountynv.gov.2020 General Election Myths vs Facts
There is a lot of misinformation about the 2020 Nevada General Election. Below, we address many of those myths with the facts behind the vote counting process and voting methods used not only in Pershing County, but statewide. You can also download this Fact vs. Myths examination as a PDF.
Early voting for the 2020 Nevada General Election is October 17-30, 2020.
Election Day is November 3, 2020.Read More... Moving to a new Domain!
Pershing County's website will be moving to pershingcountynv.gov over the next few weeks. As a result, some pages may temporarily break. We are working hard to makes sure all the information is available.Pershing County and WNDD Launch Downtown Lovelock Virtual Visioning Tour
As part of the EPA Brownfields Programs, Pershing County Economic Development Authority and Western Nevada Development District have launched a new virtual tour to solicit public input and feedback.
The tour combines a five minute video and short questionnaire related to proposed usages of sites around Downtown Lovelock including Main Street, Cornell Avenue, and 11th Street. The entire tour should take around 10 minutes to complete.
Visit lovelovelock.com to take the tour and for more information about the Brownfields program.
Pershing County and the City of Lovelock is partnering with Pershing, Humboldt, and Lander Counties in requesting information to enhancing broadband infrastructure within their jurisdictions to increase opportunities for new and existing service providers to invest in providing better service and closing the digital divide that exists in Rural Nevada.
For more information, read the cover letter or download the RFI Packet.
The Counties of Lander, Humboldt, and Pershing, have launched a planning effort to update the Regional Tri-County Hazard Mitigation Plan. These Counties are vulnerable to earthquakes, drought, flooding, wild-land fires and other disasters. Read More...Free COVID-19 Community Testing, May 29th, 30th, and June 1st
The Pershing County Health Officer and Community Health Nurse, with assistance from Pershing General Hospital, local volunteers, and the Nevada National Guard are providing voluntary drive-up testing for all residents of Pershing County.
- May 29, 30 from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM at Pershing County Community Center
- June 1 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM at Grass Valley Community Center
Drive up to the Community Center and get tested without having to leave your vehicle. No identification documents will be required, just your name and contact information so we can provide your results.
Results are typically available in 5-7 days and are strictly confidential.
Please, wear a mask and bring a pen.
Declaration of Emergency
WHEREAS, on March 20, 2020, and in accordance with NRS Chapter 414 and Pershing County Code 2.08.04, the Pershing County Board of Commissioners issued a Declaration of Emergency to facilitate the County’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic...Read More... Pershing County COVID-19 E-Mail and Text Alerts
Pershing County has set up multiple ways to receive information regarding the response to COVID-19.
For emergency information: Sign up for AlertSense notifications to your phone or email address by visiting the AlertSense page.
For general announcements: Sign up for E-Notify alerts by visiting the PershingCounty.net E-Notify Subscription Center, follow the directions to sign up and select your preferred alert type for the Community > Pershing County Coronavirus 2019 Information page.Multi County COVID-19 Hotline
A multi-county public hotline dedicated to helping people experiencing symptoms and to answer questions about COVID-19 has been established for Elko, Lander, Eureka, Humboldt, White Pine, and Pershing Counties.Pershing County Health Officer Provides Update Pershing County Sheriff's Office Limiting Building Access
Due to the continued risk posed by COVID-19, the Pershing County Sheriff's Office will be controlling access to the building. Sheriff Jerry Allen is asking that anyone needing to contact the Sheriff's Office to do so via phone first. If access to the building is required, call first and use the intercom to the right of the front door when you arrive.
For Dispatch services, please call (775) 273-5111.
For Civil Office services, please call (775) 273-5051.
Carson City, NV; March 24, 2020) – Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske, in partnership with Nevada’s 17 county election officials, announces today plans to conduct an all-mail election for the June 9, 2020 primary election. Read More...Pershing County Declares State of Emergency
Under Nevada Revised Statutes, Chapter 414, and Pershing County Code 2.08.040, at an emergency meeting held March 20th, 2020 at 9:00 a.m., the Pershing County Board of Commissioners declares a State of Emergency due to COVID-19. The full text of Resolution 20-03-02 follows.
Download the original resolution as a PDF.Read More... Pershing County DMV Office Closed Until Further Notice
The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles has closed its field offices statewide effective 5:00 PM Tuesday, March 17. This includes the DMV office in the Pershing County Administration Building. DMV online services remain operational and residents are encouraged to use them.
Read the full news release from the Department of Motor Vehicles. Read More...
WHEREAS, Nevada Revised Statute 241.020 authorizes the Board of Commissioners to meet for emergency situations...Read More... Pershing County Schools Closed March 16th through April 3
Statement from PCSD Administration: Good Afternoon PCSD Families and Staff, As you may have heard, in light of the increasing concern around COVID-19, Governor Sisolak, after consulting with local and state wide agencies including the Nevada Department of Education, health officials and school superintendents, has decided that all schools in the state of Nevada will close to students starting Monday, March 16 through to Friday, April 3... Read More...Pershing County Health Officer Provides Official Statement on COVID-19 Preparedness
To: Residents of Pershing County
Re: Pershing County Planning and Response for COVID-19 Preparedness
Purpose: To provide information and awareness regarding our community and county efforts to prepare and manage potential Coronavirus infectionsA Local Emergency Planning Commission (LEPC) meeting was called and held today in response to this issue. Representatives... Read More... Department of Agriculture Mormon Cricket and Grasshopper Report Form.
If you have observed Mormon crickets somewhere in Nevada, please fill out the report form and return it to the State Entomologist at the Nevada Department of Agriculture:
Download the Mormon Cricket and Grasshopper Report Form