The City of Fallon
The City of Fallon, affectionately referred to as the "Oasis of Nevada," is located in the heart of Churchill County along Highway 50 on the "Loneliest Road" in America. An hour east of Reno, Fallon is the gateway to some of the best recreation, hunting, hiking, off-roading, bird-watching, activities in the west. Roughly 9,000 residents live in the City proper where they benefit from the wise forethought of leaders who ensured long ago that citizens would have access to electricity, water, sewer, garbage, and other municipal services directly from the city itself.
The City is served my Mayor Ken Tedford, and Council members Robert Erickson, James Richardson, and Kelly Frost. Kaitlin Ritchie serves as the Marketing and Communications Director and can be reached at 775-428-1382.
by Ginny Dugan — Fallon’s City Council recently took the first step toward the addition of a new building at the Fallon Municipal Airport located two miles east of the City of Fallon on Rio Vista Drive. At its October 7th meeting city council members approved a professional services contract with Frank Woodliff, III, AIA,…Read More
Fallon, Nev. — The city of Fallon will hold the annual 9/11 remembrance ceremony this coming September 11th at 10 a.m. in the City Hall Courtyard. The annual event recognizes first responders and military personnel who put their lives on the line for their nation and community, and remembers those who lost their lives on…Read More
The Sierra Front Field office of the Bureau of Land Management received several calls today reporting a fire burning in what has come to be called the Wood Canyon Fire north of Fallon in the Stillwater Mountains. According to the BLM, the fire has is burning 100 acres on public lands. Firemen from the…Read More
The organizers from several former CCHS graduating classes have scheduled their class reunions to coincide with the 8th Annual Community Reunion held this coming weekend, August 16 – 18. CCHS Class of 1979 Plans 40th Reunion Dinner Friday night August 16th with cocktails starting at 6pm and dinner at 7pm. Churchill County Museum. Dinner is…Read More
by Leslie Beach — The Bert Miller 5K Fire Run/Walk was held on July 13th, 2019 to honor Miller, who was killed a year ago. The run began at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- Day Saints building that he attended for his final time on July 22, 2018. The American flag was raised…Read More
by Leanna Lehman — The Fallon Churchill Fire Department received a call around 4:45 PM on Sunday afternoon, reporting a house fire on Rogers Road. According to a report from the fire department, firefighters responded to a porch fire called in Sunday afternoon. En route to the scene, crews noticed heavy black smoke coming from…Read More
Mayor Tedford and Councilwoman Karla Kent pledged their Service to the community on Friday, July 12th, at the time-honored “Ceremony of Protocol” hosted by the Fallon City Council. Mayor Ken Tedford was reelected during the June elections for the City of Fallon. Having served continuously as the mayor of Fallon since 1995, Tedford’s bid for…Read More
By Leanna Lehman — Tuesday July 9th, the Fallon City Council convened to elect a new Mayor Pro Tem. In years past, Councilman Bob Erickson served as Mayor Ken Tedford’s second in the instance of his absence or an inability to execute his duties of office. Uniquely, Mayor Tedford also served as Mayor Pro Tem…Read More
2019 Fallon Downtown Merchants Association presents the “Home Means Fallon” parade. The parade begins at 10:00 on July 4th and parade awards will be provide in a number of categories. See the attached Parade Application for categories and registration forms. The Community Picnic in the Park is at the Fairgrounds and gates open at 10:30…Read More