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.
Staff report — Families will soon be getting money from the federal government as part of the $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package. The legislation was signed into law by President Trump last week and is intended to support Americans due to the shut down of much of the economy in order to slow the spread…Read More
Update: As of March 30th there have been 30 tests for the COVID-19 virus administered in Churchill County, with twenty-seven of those negative and three are pending the results. “Your city and county leaders remain well prepared and unwavering in our diligence in taking the steps necessary to protect our community.” Fallon Mayor Ken Tedford…Read More
Staff report — The City of Fallon issued a statement today saying they intend to enforce a goal of “full voluntary compliance with Governor Sisolak’s Declaration” of Emergency last week. The statement issued by the Legal and Administrative Director at the City, Robert Erquiaga, says “the City will consider enforcement measures as appropriate which might…Read More
Statement of Mayor Ken Tedford — March 18, 2020 Your City and County leaders are well-prepared, and we will continue to take the steps necessary to protect our community; being prepared, staying calm with no panic. I applaud Governor Sisolak for his decision-making and courage during these uncertain and unprecedented times. I am confident that he…Read More
Statement provided by Anne McMillin, PIO, Churchill County — Additional information will be published as it becomes available Fallon, NV – Churchill County and the City of Fallon have reviewed the speech delivered by the Governor last night and are releasing this statement to provide guidance to members of our community. The Governor has directed…Read More
by Ginny Dugan — Churchill County High School senior Tommy McCormick was honored at the March 16 meeting of the Fallon City Council for his accomplishments in the sport of wrestling. Mayor Kenneth Tedford, Jr., presented him with a congratulatory award and outlined his athletic and academic achievements. McCormick, the 18-year old son of Dr.…Read More
City of Fallon Remains Open for Business with Precautionary Measures For the safety of all residents and employees, The City of Fallon enacts preventative measures to stop the spread of COVID-19 From a statement released by the City of Fallon — The City of Fallon announced today that City Hall remains open for business, but…Read More
Churchill County opts to reduce services at Pennington Life Center — A message from the senior center states that Meals on Wheels will continue as usual. “If you are a regular William N. Pennington Life Center dining room patron and need daily meals, please call the Center at 775-423-7096 to set up a meal pick…Read More
The City of Fallon and the Fallon Police Department Partner with the Churchill County School District to Establish the School Resource Officer Program Information provided by the City of Fallon — The City of Fallon and the Fallon Police Department are pleased to announce a partnership with the Churchill County School District to provide a…Read More
by Ginny Dugan — Two different requests for liquor licenses were approved by the Fallon City Council at its March 2nd meeting. Councilwoman Kelly Frost presided over the meeting in the absence of Mayor Kenneth Tedford, Jr., who was recovering from recent surgery. The first request was an application submitted by Taylor deBraga for a…Read More