Main Street Gardnerville’s Resources for NDOT Highway 395N Repave Project 2024
What is Happening?
IN SEPT OF 2023, THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION BEGAN A MAJOR HWY 395N CONSTRUCTION PROJECT TO INCLUDE:
- Highway drainage
- Sidewalk, and curb & gutter improvements
- Utility relocation work
This project will continue through 2024 with the rebuilding and repaving of portions of Highway 395 in downtown Gardnerville.
What is MSG Doing to Help?
MAIN STREET GARDNERVILLE, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH NDOT, THE TOWN OF GARDNERVILLE, AND DOUGLAS COUNTY, IS WORKING TO SUPPORT BUSINESSES DURING CONSTRUCTION THROUGH VARIOUS INITIATIVES.
- Attend weekly meetings for updates on the construction process.
- Assisting with information distribution for the affected areas.
- Working with Douglas County to aid businesses’ financial impact for applications to use temporary signage along 395
- Providing businesses with signage for social media usage.
- Identify key parking hubs and alternative routes for business access.
- Provide a landing page on our website for project updates, FAQ, map of affected areas, Social media assets, and resources for businesses.
THIS IS PART OF AN EFFORT TO ENSURE CUSTOMER TRAFFIC AND REVENUE ARE MAINTAINED DURING CONSTRUCTION.
Latest NDOT Project Updates
State of Main Street Gardnerville
Construction Area Map
Resources for Businesses
MAIN STREET GARDNERVILLE’S CONSTRUCTION GUIDE
Temporary Signage - A-Frame
Douglas County Planning Department, through the Board of County Commissioners, has approved a resolution to waive application fees for temporary signage and will not code enforce during construction season,
If the following criteria are met
- An Application for Temporary Signage is submitted to the Douglas County Planning Department for your business.
- The signage meets the requirements as outlined in Douglas County Code (20.620.043) to include:
- It will only be displayed during regular business hours.
- The sign must be securely affixed to the ground (bolted or weighted), must not block a public sidewalk or be placed in the public right-of-way, and must not block site visibility along the street or pose a traffic hazard.
The waiver of fees for temporary signage will be sundown after construction is complete or by the end of 2024. Businesses must then reapply and pay applicable fees for their temporary signage or face code enforcement for any infractions after that point.