Public Notices & Alerts

3/1/18: $600,000 in grants available for park and recreation projects. The Nevada Division of State Parks is pleased to announce the availability of approximately $600,000 from the U.S. Department of the Interior, for park and recreation development and acquisition projects through the Land and Water Conservation Fund program. All local governments, including counties, cities, towns, general improvement districts, and Native American tribal governments are potentially eligible for the 50:50 matching grants offered through the program. The Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1964 was enacted to safeguard our natural areas, water resources and cultural heritage, and to provide recreation opportunities to all Americans through the development of public outdoor recreation areas and facilities. Previous projects have included the development the North Sunridge Park Restrooms in Douglas County, Beatty Town Square in Beatty, and the Miguel Ribera Skate Park in Reno. The application package and grant manual are available online at The deadline for grant application submittal has been extended to MAY 25, 2018, by 12 p.m. Please submit applications VIA EMAIL to 

2/8/18: The State of Nevada Purchasing Division is seeking proposals from qualified vendors on behalf of Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Division of State Parks for qualified vendors. The Division of State Parks (NDSP) will administer a contract/lease resulting from this Request for Proposal (RFP) for the exclusive operation and maintenance of a Non-Motorized Water Sports Concession at the Sand Harbor Management Area of Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park. The resulting lease shall be for a term of four (4) years anticipated to begin May 8, 2018, or June, subject to Board of Examiners approval. To access this RFP go to . If you have any questions please contact Nancy Feser at 775-684-0175.

5/19/17: Nevada State Parks 5th Grade Discovery Pass: Nevada State Parks is excited to announce the passing of AB 385 which provides 5th graders with a free annual entrance permit for parks and recreation areas. Passes may be picked up from school district offices throughout Nevada.

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