Sparks City Council Highlights July 8, 2019
Sparks, NV – The following are highlights from today’s Sparks City Council Meeting:
Mayor Ron Smith commended Sparks High School Railroader James Renfrow for being named the Nevada State Track and Field Champion and then earning a football scholarship to University of Southern Oregon; commended Sparks High Railroader Justice Rice-Mesa for his football accomplishments and 2019 Track and Field Championship titles and commended Kristine Maioli and Sinbad’s Hot Dogs for their 40th Anniversary in Sparks.
City of Sparks Community Relations Manager Julie Duewel presented a video documentary of Sparks City Hall dedication ceremonies from July, 20 1969.
Mayor Ron Smith proclaimed July 2019 as Parks and Recreation Month in the City of Sparks and encouraged all citizens to celebrate all that local parks offer to residents of all ages and abilities.
City Manager Neil Krutz announced a vacancy on the Sierra Arts Foundation Board of Trustees. Those interested may submit a volunteer application online at: https://cityofsparks.us/resources/resource/volunteer-bandc.
Council approved an interlocal agreement with the Nevada Department of transportation (NDOT) for a master traffic signal agreement which will include signal systems, maintenance coordination and emergency repair activities.
Council approved amending the previously approved the tentative map in the Kiley Ranch North zoning district to remove the clubhouse and create six additional residential lots.