We will return Monday, November 30 but please keep in mind we are not open to the public but staff is available by phone or email.
Pursuant to the Emergency Mineral County Commissioner meeting which took place on Wednesday, November 18, 2020, County Offices are CLOSED to the public until further notice.
Staff is still manning the offices and available by phone and internet.
Paper ballots have been delivered!
If you haven’t received one, call the Clerk/Treasurer’s Office at 775-945-2446 and we will verify your registration to make sure you can vote.
Ballots can be sent back through the mail or dropped off in our office.
To vote on the machine you will either surrender your ballot or sign a voter affirmation to be able to vote on the machines.
Tuesday, October 6, 2020 is the last day to register to vote in person. After that date, you will need a Nevada ID/DL to register online at www.registertovotenv.gov
In-Person Early Voting starts Saturday, October 17th.
TO TRACK YOUR BALLOT VIA THE WEB, PLEASE GO TO NEVADA.BALLOTTRAX.NET, SIGN UP TO RECEIVE BALLOT UPDATES.
Mineral County Board of Commissioners has developed a Contracting for Services Policy.
Questions, please contact Mineral County Public Works at 945-3897 or Mineral County Commissioners 945-2446.
At a public hearing held Wednesday, September 21, 2016 the Board of Mineral County Commissioners voted unanimously to approve a resolution allowing certain County offices to adopt a four (4) ten (10) hour per day workweek as provided in NRS 245.040 and 252.050.
- Sheriff's Executive Secretary
- District Attorney