Washoe County Announcement

Donation drive for Lemmon Valley residents March 25
Washoe County Giving and Volunteering Committee helping Lemmon Valley residents displaced by flooding.

Media Release
For Immediate Release

Contact: Joshua Andreasen

Reno, Nevada. March 17, 2017. The employees of Washoe County are asking the community to lend a helping hand to Lemmon Valley residents who have been displaced as a result of recent localized flooding. The Washoe County Giving & Volunteering Committee, comprised of Washoe County employees, is holding a donation drive to support flood victims who are in need of essential items such as food and clothing.

A collection station will be set up at the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office on Parr Boulevard to gather donations for families affected on:

Date: Saturday March 25th
Time: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Location: Washoe County Sheriff’s Office, 911 Parr Boulevard, Reno

County employees will be accepting essential items such as:

  • Food
  • Toiletries
  • Clothing for adults and children
  • Linens
  • Household items
  • Pet food
  • Gift cards

All donations will go directly to Lemmon Valley residents who have been impacted by the ongoing flooding. This outreach is being coordinated by the Giving & Volunteering Committee of the Washoe County Leadership Program. For more information contact 328-2000.