We have compiled the following list of Frequently Asked Questions for your convenience. If, however, you still have a question, please feel free to contact us.
What is the difference between a Comptroller and a Controller?
A "Comptroller" generally is the accurate word for government financial while a "controller" is the equivalent person in private business. Both oversee accounting, reporting and the implementation and monitoring of internal financial controls.
Are County financial statements made available to the public?
Yes. Current financial reports as well as historical reports and audit reports are available to the public.
What do I need to do to become an approved vendor for Storey County?
All vendors must have a completed, up-to-date W-9 on file with the County. To download a W-9 form, please click here
and submit to the County department you will be working with.
I am an approved vendor of Storey County and I have submitted an invoice for payment. What is the process for receiving payment?
Payments are processes twice per month and coincide with the Commissioners bi-monthly meetings as all bills must be approved by the Board of Commissioners.
What are Nevada Revised Statutes?
What laws govern the County’s debt management policy?
Specifically, NRS 350.013 which states: “Municipalities to submit annually statement of current and contemplated general obligation debt and special elective taxes, statement of debt management policy, plan for capital improvement or alternate statement and certain information regarding chief financial officer; update of information; exceptions.”