The Veterans Banner Program was created to honor Nye County's past and present service men and women for their service to our country. The banner acts as a symbol of our gratitude that pays tribute to the commitment and courage displayed by individuals that have served in the Armed Forces and, encourages a new generation to provide service to their country. Commissioner Butch Borasky, who retired after 12 years on the commission in December of 2017, was a lead advocate for this program. The banners are being paid for through the county Veterans Service Fund.
In addition to Veterans, there are dedicated banners for "Missing in Action/POW" and "Nye County Honors Our Heroes." Selected veterans' names and photos are displayed on banners at the Calvada Boulevard Eye in Pahrump and will be coming soon to the Tonopah Courthouse.
Application Process: Nye County will begin accepting applications for the Nye County Veterans Banner Program starting on October 1, 2020. To qualify for the Veterans Banner Program, the following criteria must be met:
- The honoree is a present or past member of the United States Armed Forces.
- The honoree is a current, former resident or deceased resident within Nye County.
- The honoree’s discharge from military service was not dishonorable.
- The applicant must be the honoree or the closest living relative to the honoree.
Applications are available for pick up at the Nye County Administration Offices located at 2100 E. Walt Williams Dr., Suite 100, Pahrump, NV and 101 Radar Rd., Tonopah, NV or available to print from www.nyecounty.net.(Click banner at top of the page).
Applications with supporting documentation and photo must be submitted to a Nye County Administration Office or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 31, 2020 at 12:00 p.m..
Nye County reserves the right to choose which nominees are subject to entry into the Program.