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Grant Administrator

The Grant Administrator researches the availability, application process, eligibility criteria and funding requirements of federal, state and local programs for project funding. This position monitors grant awards to determine compliance with Federal and State financial and program guidelines and to determine progress toward stated goals, objectives and daily activities.

Alyssa Burke
Grant Administrator
Mineral County Comptroller’s Office
P.O. Box 2021 Hawthorne, NV 89415
(P)775-945-0706 (F)775-945-1749


OHV Staging Area

Mineral County was awarded a grant through the State of Nevada Off-Highway Vehicles Program to fund an OHV Staging Area off of Armory Road. As an OHV friendly community, we would like to provide a safe place for trail users to park before accessing our trails.

We are hoping this will only be the first phase of the project, but it will include a 300’x500’ parking area covered with gravel, bollards around the perimeter, and a 3-panel information kiosk installed by The Mineral County Sportsmen’s Club. The kiosk will not only provide trail maps and a QR code for NVOHV mapping data and OHV registration information, but also signage provided by Tread Lightly! Inc. to encourage all to do their part in cleaning up trash and debris along their routes. Mineral County plans to apply for another grant for the second phase of this project which we hope to include covered parking structures, vaulted restrooms, and water refill stations, dependent upon available resources.

This staging area will also serve as a location to host OHV Registration Drives as well as OHV Safety Training. Under this project, signage donated by the Nevada Offroad Association, will be installed around the Staging Area directing OHV traffic in an attempt to keep traffic off of community roads creating dust hazards and safety issues.

Mineral County received letters of support from The Mineral County Sportsmen’s Club, Tread Lightly! Inc., and The Walker Basin Conservancy. These organizations have all offered their support as well as time and materials to assist with this project.

2021 CAPER Public Notice
The State of Nevada has drafted and made available for public review and comment the STATE of NEVADA CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE EVALUATION REPORT (CAPER) for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development programs: CDBG, HOME, National Housing Trust Fund (HTF), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), and Housing for People with AIDS (HOPWA). 

The Governor’s Office of Economic Development/ Community Development Block Grant program (CDBG) has been awarded $1,620,125 for the Recovery Housing Program (RHP) a pilot program to support individuals in recovery from a substance use disorder become stably housed. U.S. Department of Urban Development (HUD) to support individuals in recovery onto a path to self-sufficiency. Funds appropriated or made available for the Recovery Housing Program (RHP) will be treated as Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds and will be governed by the CDBG regulations. This pilot program authorizes assistance to grantees (states) to provide stable, temporary housing to individuals in recovery from a substance use disorder. 


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