Carson City’s Board of Supervisors began revealing that some pretty good futures are ahead for Carson City residents and families who have been forced to live in some pretty low-level apartments and crowded homes.
Supervisors referred to new apartments for low income families that soon will be their new homes – 126 apartments off Roop and Northridge. And what’s even better is that there will be property tax exemptions for them thanks to Northern Nevada Community Housing. Let’s hope the city finds other sites for newly incoming families.
Supervisors are also supporting a draft Master Plan for upgrades to Fuji Park. It’s starting to expand. The plan includes a large dog park, a riparian area for quiet walks, new grandstands, shade structure over the grandstand, new playground and more.
Beyond Fuji Park is an area high on the hills to the north – 81 acres of Ash Canyon that will soon invite those who love the great outdoors with a wide open view. There’s a lot of wide-open spaces and breathtaking views – but it’ll take some time to get everything situated according to the master plan that’s moving forward through Spring and Summer.