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Employee Benefits

HOLIDAYS: 11 paid holidays per year. VACATION: Full-time employees accrue 4.6 hours of annual leave per pay period for years 1-5.  Accruals increase every five years.  Maximum accrued hours is…

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Human Resources

Administer and coordinate human resource services for city departments. Provide employee services including benefits, worker’s compensation, recruiting, testing, training, job analysis and compensation. Manage employee relations. Administration: Develop and monitor…

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Ward 3 Council Member Ron Smith

Ron Smith was elected to the City Council in November 2006, and was re-elected to a four-year term in 2008, and again in 2012. After 42 years in the grocery…

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City of Reno-City Hall 11th Floor Conference Room

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Ward 1 – Vacant

Updated: October 7, 2016 “It has been an honor and a privilege to serve the people of Sparks and represent Ward 1 for the past eight years,” said Councilwoman Ratti….

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Mayor, City Council, and City Manager General Information

The City of Sparks has a council/manager form of government where the mayor and city council make policy decisions which the city manager and his staff implement. The mayor and five member council, are elected for staggered four year terms. The City Manager is Neil Krutz.

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Planning and Zoning

Community Services Planning Division This division is responsible for all development review, plan checking, permitting, and entitlements including planned developments, subdivisions, zone changes, master plan amendments, code amendments, special use…

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How do I safely dispose of house paint?

Water-based house paint is considered hazardous material when wet, but can be put into your normal garbage cart if the paint container lids are taken off and the paint is…

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How do I safely dispose of old car batteries, used motor oil, antifreeze or electronics?

Residents may bring these items to the Lockwood Landfill or Reno/Stead transfer stations. The Lockwood Landfill accepts for free the following from each residential customer: up to two automotive batteries;…

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