During the past month nearly 200 more refund claims have been submitted to Washoe County, bringing the grand total claim count to 5,438. Approximately 2,900 claims have been paid to date. At the current refund processing rate the county will require all of 2022 to complete the payment of the remaining claims. While seemingly slow, that rate complies with the Court-mandated settlement agreement. There are about 3,500 parcel owners who have yet to make claims or to be found and notified to make a claim. Washoe County is required to locate and notify any taxpayer who has yet to be noticed. Click here to read the Treasurer’s report of claims paid. Click here to view the Treasurer’s status report to the Board of Commissioners. The entire agenda for Tuesday’s meeting may be found here.
Tuesday, Nov. 1 at 6 p.m. in Reno and Zoom. A Public Hearing on the potential zoning amendment for the Incline Village Town Center, Special Area 1 will be heard. This change would allow single family condos as acceptable use in the commercially zoned Town Center. As of today, the Town Center commercial zones are […]