Public Service Announcements - Board of Health

Nevada Coronavirus Testing Direct Line:

If you feel you need to be tested, please call Nevada’s Coronavirus Direct Line at: (800)860-0620.

You will be evaluated for your need for testing and assisted in obtaining testing if you meet the appropriate criteria.

Person washing their hands

Facilities and Grounds has increased the frequency of custodial services to all Churchill County buildings under its care. Custodial staff will go through all facilities that have public interaction during business hours.

The focus will be counter tops, lobby/reception areas, door handles, restrooms, handrails, elevators, chairs, tables and the like.

Justice Court

Justice Court is taking additional measures to restrict access to the court for the protection of staff and the public Effective Tuesday, March 23, the public access doors to Justice Court will be closed to the public to further help slow the spread of COVID-19. Anyone having business to do with the court should call first: (775)423-2845.

Please refer to this notification of services to learn more about how services are being conducted during COVID-19. 

Churchill County Social Services Resources

Churchill County Health and Human Services is your local safety net, Community Action Agency and Family Resource Center. Our team is here to help you maintain your essential services necessary to thrive. Our office is open during this time Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 485 West B Street, Suite 105, Fallon. We ask that you call before coming in so we can assist you in the most timely and healthy manner.

Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles

Updates from the DMV during COVID-19. Information on registration extensions, office closures and a request to use online and kiosk services.

Small Business Resources

For local assistance, please contact Sara Beebe, director of operations at the Churchill Economic Development Authority. Her email is:

School District office building (The Old High School)

CC Communications

  • Information on their safety measures, student learning and connectivity and pledge to not terminate service for next 60 days because of inability to pay.


Churchill County and its Board of Health want to provide county residents and business with the most reliable information regarding COVID-19 and precautions you can take to protect yourself and loved ones. To that end, we ask that you refer to these websites for information on what you should know and situational updates:

Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

Nevada Department of Health and Human Services

Nevada Health Response

Created by the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services and the Governor’s Office to share information and resources about COVID-19. 

Please refer back to this page as updates will be make when additional information is available. Last updated March 27 at 2 p.m.