City Of Sparks

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Nov 12 2014
There's still time to register for the City of Sparks 31st annual Youth Basketball League sponsored by the Reno Bighorns. The league is open to both boys and girls in 3rd through 6th grade. The program emphasizes sportsmanship, skill development and fun for all levels of players. Registration...
Nov 10 2014
City of Sparks News
Mayor Geno R. Martini was sworn in for his third full term.  Mayor Martini is the 24th Mayor of the City of Sparks, and the longest serving Mayor in the history of the City, since February 2005.  Councilman Ed Lawson, representing Ward Two, was sworn in for his second term on the City...
Nov 7 2014
City of Sparks News
The Sparks Mayor and two members of the Sparks City Council will take the oath of office on Monday, November 10 at 2:00 p.m. at Sparks City Hall, Legislative Building (745 4th Street) in Sparks. Mayor Geno R. Martini will be sworn in for his third term as the City’s 24th Mayor. Councilman Ed...
Nov 7 2014
City of Sparks News
In observance of Veterans Day, Sparks City Hall (431 Prater Way) will be closed on Tuesday, November 11, 2014. This includes the City Attorney’s Office located at City Hall, and the Sparks Municipal Court, 1450 C Street. Sparks Parks & Recreation Office located at 98 Richards Way will be...
Nov 6 2014
City of Sparks News
Start Thanksgiving with Scheels Turkey Trot.     Typically, Thanksgiving is a day filled with friends, family and a bounty of food.  By attending the annual Scheels Turkey Trot you can add a new twist to your Thanksgiving tradition — getting some exercise while giving back...
Oct 29 2014
City of Sparks News
Last Chance Joe, the iconic 36-foot tall, 5500-pound statue of a single-toothed, bearded prospector, began his picturesque life in 1958 when he was installed at Dick Graves Nugget Casino in downtown Sparks.  The statue has presided over downtown Sparks for 56 years and is a well-known piece of...
Oct 29 2014
City of Sparks News
In observance of the Silver State’s 150th Birthday, Sparks City Hall (431 Prater Way) will be closed on Friday, October 31, 2014.  This includes the City Attorney’s Office located at City Hall, and the Sparks Municipal Court, 1450 C Street. Additionally, the Sparks Parks and...
Oct 27 2014
City of Sparks News
The following are highlights from today’s Sparks City Council Meeting: Administrative Services Director- The Sparks City Council approved an employment agreement for Christine Syverson, who was appointed by City Manager Steve Driscoll to serve as the Administrative Services Director. ...
Oct 16 2014
City of Sparks News
Whether you consider it a tiresome chore, a cheerful outdoor activity, or a great way to torch some calories, one thing is for certain — raking and bagging dead leaves is vital to keeping Sparks streets free from flooding. “It’s important to rake, bag and remove dead leaves,...
Oct 16 2014
City of Sparks News
The Sparks Housing Rehabilitation Program provides financial assistance to those who cannot afford to make essential repairs on their own.  From leaking roofs and broken heaters to poor plumbing and faulty electricity, there are a number of issues that can decrease the safety and quality of...

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