City of Las Vegas The City of Las Vegas received a disbursement of approximately $826,000 in April which went into its general fund and will contribute toward the addition of more public safety positions.
North Las Vegas The $317,687.01 North Las Vegas received in tax disbursement money will go into the city's general fund.
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Washoe County Within its budget, Washoe County has set up a separate account to house monies received from the State of Nevada at the direction of the Board of County Commissioners. “We are currently preparing the actual expense plan to be recommended by the County Manager to the Board of County Commissioners for approval,” said Dave Solaro, Washoe Assistant County Manager. “The proposed budget will be focused on items associated with marijuana within Washoe County. We have been tracking the impacts to various departments within the county and will focus needed funds on those impacts. It is anticipated that the Manager’s recommendation will be provided to the Board in August or September of this year.”
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In April 2018 the City of Sparks received $126,542.67 in tax revenue from the state, which officials will put into its operating budget. Sparks also received three percent of gross sales in business license fees, totaling just under $1.2 million. Since the marijuana business license fees create a new funding source that is not totally reliable, the City will use the money to replace one of its sports turfs at Golden Eagle Regional Park.
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Nye County doesn’t separate out marijuana revenues for specific projects, it’s rolled into the county’s general fund and used for operations. The additional revenues of approximately $142,000 were added to the general fund and are contributing to funding jobs that were lost, reinforcing and rebuilding infrastructure, replacing fleet, etc. The Board of County Commissioners added $1M to the expenditure budget in Fy19, and a portion (while small) is due to medical and recreational marijuana growth.