Our Board

The policies, business, and affairs of TRFMA are conducted and governed by a six-member Board of Directors consisting of two elected officials appointed by each of the TRFMA members.

| The Board Of Directors

The policies, business, and affairs of TRFMA are conducted and governed by a six-member Board of Directors consisting of
two elected officials appointed by each of the TRFMA members. Each Director has one vote; actions of the board are decided by a majority vote of the Directors present at the meeting (four Directors constitute a quorum). Meetings are generally held
on the second Friday of each month.

Donald Abbott

Sparks Council Member
(Ward 1)

Chair

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Alexis Hill

Washoe Co. Commissioner
(District 1)

Vice Chair

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Naomi Duerr

Reno Council Member
(Ward 2)

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Miguel Martinez

Reno Council Member
(Ward 3)

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Ed Lawson

Mayor
(Sparks, NV)

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Clara Andriola

Washoe Co. Commissioner
(Ward 4)

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| Governing Documents

Interlocal Cooperative Agreement

Conformed Copy of the Interlocal Cooperative Agreement for the Truckee River Flood Management Project Dated 3-14-11.

First Amendment to the Interlocal Cooperative Agreement

Recorded Copy of the First Amendment to the Interlocal Cooperative Agreement for the Truckee River Flood Management Project (amendment approved by TRFMA Board of Directors on May 18, 2021 and recorded on August 3, 2021).

By-Laws and Rules and Procedures

By-Laws and Rules and Procedures for the Truckee River Flood Management Authority

First Amendment to the By-Laws and Rules & Procedures

First Amendment to the By-Laws and Rules & Procedures for the Truckee River Flood Management Authority (October 9, 2021)

Resolution 2011-1

A Resolution Organizing the Truckee River Flood Management Authority; Forming the Initial Board of Directors; Electing Officers of the Board; Appointing Key Officers of the Authority; Approving By-Laws and Rules of Procedure; Approving Organizational Chart of Authority and Designating Agents of the Authority; Establishing Interim Funds, Budgets, Policies, and Practices of the Authority; Adopting the Infrastructure Sales Tax Plan and Locally Preferred Plans for the Truckee River Flood Management Project; Authorizing the Executive Director to Purchase Insurance and Open Bank Accounts; and Providing for Matters Properly Related Thereto.

Resolution 2011-2

A Resolution Establishing the Truckee River Flood Management Authority General Fund, Debt Service Fund, and Capital Projects Fund.

Resolution 2011-3

A Resolution Establishing the Powers and Responsibilities of the Executive Director.

Resolution 2013-4

A Resolution Authorizing the Transfer of FY2013 Funds from the Capital Project Fund 494 to the General Fund 211.

Resolution 2014-5

A Resolution Declaring the Intention of the Truckee River Flood Management Authority to Sell and Lease Certain Interests in Real Property Located at 5305 Mill Street to the Nevada Department of Transportation for a Permanent Easement and Right-of-Way and a Temporary Construction Easement for the Construction of the Southeast McCarran Boulevard Project, Phase II.

Resolution 2014-6

A Resolution Approving the Sale and Lease of Certain Interests in Real Property Located at 5305 Mill Street to the Nevada Department of Transportation for a Permanent Easement and Right-of-Way and a Temporary Construction Easement for the Construction of the Southeast McCarran Boulevard Project, Phase II.

Resolution 2015-7

A Resolution Accepting Responsibility for the Administration of the Truckee River Flood Protection Financial Assistance Program was Established by Washoe County as Set Forth in Washoe County Ordinance No. 1439.

Resolution 2017-8

A Resolution Establishing the Truckee River Flood Control Project Needs Committee Pursuant to the Provisions of Assembly Bill 375, 79th Session
of the Nevada Legislature (2017).

Nevada Assembly Bill No. 375

An act relating to taxation, authorizing the governing body of a flood management authority under specified circumstances to adopt a resolution establishing a flood control project needs committee to recommend the imposition of certain taxes, fees, rates, charges, levies or assessments to fund the approved flood management projects of the flood management authority; providing that if such a committee is established and submits its recommendations to the governing body of the flood management authority and the board of county commissioners within the time prescribed, the governing body of the flood management authority is required to impose certain recommended fees, rates, or charges, and the Board of county commissioners is required to submit a question to the voters at the 2018 General Election asking whether the other recommended taxes, fees, levies, or assessments should be imposed in the county, requiring the board of county commissioners to adopt an ordinance imposing any such taxes, fees, levies or assessments that are approved by the voters; providing for the use of the proceeds of such taxes, fees, rates, charges, levies or assessments for approved flood management projects; providing that if a flood control project needs committee is established, the committee is required to obtain information and submit a report concerning specific flooding issues in the county; providing for the prospective expiration of the authority of a governing body to establish such a committee; and providing other matters properly relating thereto.